Earlier this month, the Cyanogen Mod Team have developed and released a new Android 4.4.2 KitKat based CM 11 snapshot, labeled as CM11 M5 for other devices like Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 Mini, HTC One, Nexus and more.
The new CM 11 M5 custom ROM comes with new bug fixes for making the system more stable and capable of being used as a daily Operating System. A full list of the official Android 4.4 KitKat-based CM11 M5 is now available on the Cyanogen Mod official blog from here.
The new Android 4.4.2 based on CM 11 M5 operating system comes with features and bug fixes such as bug fixes for Trebuchet launcher, Quckboot for supported and specified devices, a better opacity of Volume Panel transparency, brings Ethernet icon support of status bar, Stylus ( for devices with Stylus), Nav Bar, WhisperPush, new settings for Screen Color Support and more.
The new CyanogenMod 11 M5 build is now available for almost 50 devices including Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S3, HTC One S, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, LG G2 and more. The full list with the supported devices can be visit from the here (CyanogenMod download page.)
The new CM 11 M5 custom ROM can be installed only if you are familiar with these kinds of installations after you download it for your device from here along with KitKat Gapps from here.
The installation of the new custom ROM should be made by using a suitable step by step guide for your device. If you already have an older CM 11 custom ROM installed on your smartphone, then the factory reset step, that is required when you’ll install a new one, isn’t necessary.