The most popular Custom ROM has made its way to HTC One M9. We are talking about CyanogenMod 12.1 which is already ported to M9 and you can enjoy stock Android on your device. Simply you will need to download CyanogenMod CM 12.1 and follow the steps below to install it.
While the other devices from the tech giants like Samsung, Sony and others are enjoying Android 5.1.1, there is no word from HTC is it will release an update for the last end devices. So a good idea is to download CyanogenMod CM 12.1 for HTC One M9.
This is an unofficial build of the ROM and all the credits go for XDA Members named as varun.chitre 15, Rashed97 and Flinny which have created the ROM for HTC One M9. The number of users testing the ROM is growing day by day and no issues are found. Only USB OTG and camera are reported as non working. Expect these everything else works fine so you can give it a try.
CyanogenMod 12.1 works almost for all the HTC One M9 variants including:
- International variant HTC One M9
- T-Mobile HTC One M9
- Verizon HTC One M9
- AT&T HTC One M9
- Sprint HTC One M9
If you have one of the above versions of HTC One M9 then follow the steps below to install CM 12.1 on HTC One M9.
Here at DoryLabs no one shall held any responsibility for troubles that may occur to your phone. Remember flashing a Custom ROM will void your warranty and you won’t take any free service from the shop you bought it. Make sure to follow the steps carefully and if anything goes wrong do not put the finger over DoryLabs. We only provide the guide but only you can decide to proceed further. So if you want to install Android 5.1.1 Lollipop CyanogenMod 12 on HTC One M9 do it at your own risk.
- Root access. You will need a rooted phone to continue further.
- Custom Recovery. TWRP or CWM is needed to flash the ROM.
- CyanogenMod 12.1
- Google Apps (Gapps)
How To Install CyanogenMod 12.1 On HTC One M9
- Download both CM 12.1 ROM and Gapps and put them somewhere on your internal storage.
- Turn of your phone and boot into Recovery.
- Wipe Data, Cache, Dalvik Cache and Factory Reset your phone.
- Flash the CyanogenMod 12.1 zip file.
- Flash Android 5.1.1 Gapps.
- Reboot your phone and you are done.
Even though it is not the final release of the ROM, it is stable enough to install and test CM 12.1 on your HTC One M9.