New CyanogenMod 14.1 provides Nougat 7.1 support for NextBit Robin, Nexus 5, Oppo R7, others
The only set of people that develop overall software for the Android operating system used to be Google alone till Cyanogen also came into the market to make its presence felt, especially with the way that they try the seemingly impossible and port some software to devices that would not have been officially supported otherwise.
In light of the latter statement, Cyanogen has done it once again and now, we are starting to see the latest Android software – the Nougat 7.1 – work on such a device as the NextBit Robin. Named the CyanogenMod 14.1, this same software ports the Nougat to the likes of Google Nexus 5, LG G Pad 7 LTE, Motorola Moto X Pure and Oppo R5, R5s, R7 models likewise.
In the spirit of conveying the full information, it is imperative to note that the nightly for the Motorola Moto X Pure has some issues disturbing it and there have been reports of kernel errors as well as camera disturbances but with time, it is sure that they would find a workaround for these problems.
Before you opt to go for any of the mentioned nightly above, it is safe to mention that they are not usually very stable and there might still be a few bugs in there that need to be fixed.
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