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Work on Marshmallow-based CyanogenMod 13 begins


CyanogenMod is arguably the most popular custom build of Android, and now Cyanogen has begun work on CyanogenMod 13. If you’ve been running any of the nightlies on your phone, you’re probably using version 12.1 (based on Lollipop). Version 13, which will probably take some time before it becomes a build you can actually run on your device, is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and is now in the earliest stages of development…

We won’t know for a while which devices will get support for CyanogenMod 13, but there’s a very high likelihood that if a device gets an official release of Marshmallow by some other channel, that there will be a CyanogenMod 13 counterpart. For now, you can head over to CyanogenMod’s site to see all the latest CyanogenMod 12.1 nightlies, and stay tuned as we’ll let you know when the first stable CyanogenMod 13 ROM ships (although that won’t likely be soon).

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