OnePlus X Gets CyanogenMod 13 Nightly Builds Based On Android 6.0 Marshmallow

The OnePlus X is obviously a great phone which may par with the current market competition, but it bears decent specs with a gorgeous display in the form factor that users with smaller hands would experience. Apart that, to make its experience more sweeter than before, owners of OnePlus X waiting for the final rollout of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The CM team has officially released the final version of CyanogenMod 13 nightlies for the OnePlus X device.

CyanogenMod releases CM13 nightlies, starts with small list of devices
Notably, the newly released OnePlus X CM13 nightly builds for onyx have gone live, can be downloaded directly from CyanogenMod website from here.

This is not an OnePlus-endorsed build, meaning that there’s no official support from the company for this new ROM release. If you choose to install it, you can expect a few bugs and kinks that are usually associated with builds on the nightly character. Like other OnePlus phones, the OnePlus X is very easy to unlock, root and go beyond, so you should not face any significant hurdles in the installation process.

The newly released CM13 builds for OnePlus X came just before its getting the Oxygen OS 3.0 update. There has been in testing it for few months now and several users have reported that it is stable to use it as a daily driver with wranings.

Taking the Android Marshmallow software update, purely focusing on App Permissions, Web Experience, App Links, Power & Charging, which also brings with it a new power saving mode called Doze, that uses motion detection to cut off background activity and increase the battery life of the phone when in standby.

No waiting for the stock OxygenOS to land of CyanogenMod and having OnePlus X hands-on, you can now head over to download CyanogenMod 13 nightly with recovery mode from the official link provided below.

Update x1: The CM13 build is dated April 23, includes Android Security patch for the month. So you need to manually install the Gapps after flashing the ROM. Be careful when playing with ROMs.

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