CyanogenMod now supports Galaxy Note 4 on Sprint and T-Mobile

CyanogenMod. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

CyanogenMod. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

CyanogenMod, one of the biggest and best custom ROMs, now officially supports Samsung Galaxy Note 4 handsets connected to Sprint and T-Mobile. The latest builds will let you ditch TouchWiz for a purer, Lollipop-based Android experience.

One of the reasons why we — and millions of others — love CyanogenMod is it’s almost as pure as Google’s own Android software, but it has some welcome modifications baked in that’ll help you customize the software to your liking.

It’s ideal for those with devices built by Samsung, HTC, LG, and others,¬†which come with their own user interface that not everybody can live with. So, if you’re ready to give TouchWiz the boot on your Galaxy Note 4, and you’re connected to Sprint or T-Mobile, read on.

The latest CyanogenMod 12 builds, which are based on Google’s newest Lollipop software, officially support these two Note 4 variants.¬†They both have their own specific ROMs, so bear that in mind when you’re downloading.

As always, you’ll need an unlocked bootloader and a custom recovery to flash CM12 yourself. Once those things are in place, you can download your ROMs via the links below.

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