The CyanogenMod team has been quite busy developing its range of custom Android ROMs and launching its own installer app in the Google Play Store, and their job has gotten a lot more fun since the arrival of Android 4.4 KitKat. The team has already gotten its hands onto the source code of Android 4.4 to get a few early builds of CyanogenMod 11 ready for use. These ROMs have now been made public by developers for a handful of devices which includes the newly launched Nexus 5. But since this is an early version of the CM 11 ROM, it makes sense to stick with Google’s official ROM as there’s bound to be a lot of bugs around it. The ROM is also downloadable for users of the Nexus 4, Nexus 10, Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505), Galaxy Note, Galaxy S III (global), HTC EVO 4G LTE and the HTC One.
So if you are using either of the aforementioned handsets as your spare device, make sure you give CyanogenMod 11 a try. And if you come across bugs or glitches, make sure you sound off in the CyanogenMod forums to make sure the developers know what to sort out.
Via: Android Beat