CyanogenMod is definitely the preferred customized ROM with over 10 million energetic installs as of December 2013. The Android four.four-based totally CM eleven, the most recent free up of the CyanogenMod crew, has now arrived on the T-Cellular/GSM and Verizon Developer Model Moto X.
Even supposing the Moto X is already one of the most the few smartphones available on the market that obtained the reputable Android four.four.2 KitKat replace, the oldsters at Cyanogen have launched the primary CM eleven nightlies for the XT1053 (T-Cell or unlocked GSM) and XT1060 (Verizon Developer Version) editions of the Moto X. As you almost certainly understand, CM is a vanilla-flavored Android customized ROM, which brings a handful of distinctive options that make it a worthwhile alternative of pure Android.
In addition to getting the same old KitKat candies like clear standing and nav bar and white standing bar icons, CM eleven additionally lets you select what toggles to show within the Fast Settings house, what icons to make use of for the battery clock, or sign in standing bar, and different such treats.
In the interim, there’s no data on when the primary CM eleven nightlies shall be launched for the usual Verizon Moto X, AT&T, or Dash editions.
Should you in the past put in customized ROMs for your tool, you most likely be aware of that you are going to first want to root your Moto X. Then, the process to put in CM eleven on Moto X is similar as standard: obtain CM from here (don’t forget about GApps, which can be downloaded from here), boot into restoration mode, flash CM eleven and GApps, wipe date, then reboot your cellphone. Voila! You are actually working CM eleven.
Are there any T-Cell, GSM, or Verizon Developer Adaptation Moto X house owners studying this? Will you guys set up CM eleven in your units?