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ReleaseNote CM-x86-13.0-r1

Android-x86 CM 13.0-r1 (cm-13.0-x86) (2017/01/17)

The Android-x86 project is glad to announce cm-x86-13.0-r1, the first stable release of CyanogenMod 13.0 porting for Android-x86. The prebuilt images are available in the following site:

Key Features

The cm-x86-13.0-r1 is a porting of CM 13.0 to the Android-x86 platform as the BSP. Based on the Android-x86 6.0-r2 and the latest CM 13.0, it includes almost all the features from the two open source projects.

Released Files

This release contains four files:

  • 32-bit ISO:  cm-x86-13.0-r1.iso

    sha1sum: d9d3486f0dd389fc10b1bf7ad75e32170a3ea8f7

  • 64-bit ISO:  cm-x86_64-13.0-r1.iso

    sha1sum: 1297a2891b7d0e820c4ec0495c2d28fe27c4bae9

  • 32-bit rpm:  cm-x86-13.0-r1.i686.rpm

    sha1sum: b6f57fa15d67907f3366bb89d6e51545c939e65e

  • 64-bit rpm:  cm-x86-13.0-r1.x86_64.rpm

    sha1sum: 8da29adbc66fcb40ad5e658525493c1613c064ac

Except the traditional ISO files, we also provided android-x86 files as a Linux package rpm. It allows Linux users to easily install the release into an existing Linux device with a standalone ext4 root partition. On an rpm based device (Fedora/Red Hat/CentOS/...), just install it like a normal rpm package:

$ sudo rpm -ivh cm-x86-13.0-r1.x86_64.rpm

All files will be installed to the /cm-x86-13.0-r1/ subdirectory and a boot entry will be added to grub2 menu. Reboot and choose cm-x86 item from the menu to enter the system.

To uninstall it:

$ sudo rpm -e cm-x86

On a deb based device (Debian/Ubuntu/LinuxMint/...), please use the alien tool to install it:

$ sudo apt install alien
$ sudo alien -ci cm-x86-13.0-r1.x86_64.rpm

To use an ISO file, Linux users could just dump the it into a usb drive to create a bootable usb stick like

$ dd if=cm-x86_64-13.0-r1.iso of=/dev/sdX

where /dev/sdX is the device name of your usb drive.

Windows's users can use the tool UNetbootin to create a bootable usb stick.

You can choose one of these files depends on your devices. In doubt, try the 32-bit files for legacy BIOS devices and 64-bit files for UEFI devices. Please read this page about how to install it to the device.

Known issues

Source code

The source code is available in the main git server,

    $ repo init -u git:// -b cm-x86-13.0-r1.xml
    $ repo sync --no-tags --no-clone-bundle

Read this page for how to compile the source code.


The cm-13.0-x86 branch is mainly ported and maintained by Jaap Jan Meijer.