CyanogenMod 11 Nightlies Now Available For LG G Pad 8.3 And Sprint’s LG G2
Late last month, the CyanogenMod team started rolling out CM11 nightlies — based on Android 4.4 KitKat — for a bunch of popular devices including the variants of Galaxy S4/S3, HTC One and the Nexus devices. Since then, the team has been slowly expanding its roster of supported devices, adding support for new device with every passing day.
Over the last few days, the CyanogenMod team has added support for the LG G Pad 8.3, the Sprint variant of the LG G2 and the relatively unknown, Galaxy Express.
The CM11 build for the G Pad 8.3 is not meant for the Google Play edition variant of the device. A build for the latest member of the GPe family should be made available by the CM team sometime soon. With nightlies for the Sprint version of G2 rolling out, the CM team now supports all the major variants of the LG G2 including the international version.
The team has also merged the latest release of KitKat — Android 4.4.2 — with its code base, and the next nightly churned out from their build server will be based on it.
You can download the latest nightly of CM11 for your supported device from CyanogenMod’s official download page.