It took a long time, but finally the developers of CyanogenMod released the first stable version of CM13. It seems that this time they decided to wait for Google to release the preview of Android N and then release the custom ROM with Android Marshmallow.
CM13 brought several new features of Android 6.0, such as the Twelve and the new permissions model, as well as news from CM itself, such as digital support for protected apps and a new C-Apps package (which should arrive in one or more weeks ).
The CM13 installation varies depending on what you have installed on your phone, so take a look at the launch post and see which scenario fits you.
For now, the stable CM13 (Marshmallow) is available for around 40 devices, including:
Important: only install a custom ROM if you know what you are doing and have a good recovery. AndroidPIT is not responsible for any damage caused to your smartphone during the installation of the CM13, nor for the loss of the device warranty.
CyanogenMod always accompanies the release of new versions of Android, but this time the developers took a little longer to launch the first stable version. Perhaps the Android system is growing in complexity, which makes it difficult to develop custom versions. Or perhaps manufacturers are abandoning support for developers, which would mean a decrease in available customizations.
Unfortunately, I don’t have any of the smartphones on the list, so I can’t test the stable version of the CM13. Has anyone installed it? How is she behaving?