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Install Official CM14.1 On Redmi Note 3 And Mi Max

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Written by Kuldeep Sathwara

Install Official CM14.1 On Redmi Note 3 And Mi Max – Here CyanogenMod has just released its first nightly build of CM14.1 for Redmi Note 3 (Snapdragon variant) and Xiaomi Mi Max. CM14.1 Comes with Nougat, Stock Android UI & More new featues with better performance. CyanogenMod 14.1 is now Available for redmi note 3 and Mi Max. So if you have own redmi note 3 or Mi Max then check out below tutorial for install CM 14.1 On your redmi note 3 and mi max supported devices.

Xiaomi will release Android Nougat Based Miui ROM For their xiaomi devices Soon but if you would like stock Android UI then you can install this CM14.1 On your device. So Now Check out below steps & enjoy Android Nougat Based version.

Disclaimer – Unlimitedtricks.net is not responsible for any hardware/software issues that occur to your device(s) by following this guide. We are certain that the following guide is carefully written, avoiding any mistakes on our side. If you are unsure of the causalities that may occur if the procedure goes wrong, then please don’t proceed.

Note – This ROM is released for testing purpose and may come across problems while using it on your phone. Also, you will not get all the features of CM now.

Download Required Files

How To Install Official CM14.1 On Your Redmi Note 3 And Mi Max

  1. First Download Above Both file for redmi note 3 and Mi max & Also Download Android Nougat compatible Gapps package from above link & Save both zip files on your phone’s sd card.
  2. Turn off the phone and boot into TWRP recovery. To do so, press the Volume Up and Power buttons together.
  3. In TWRP, Choose ‘Backup’ and create a backup of your system (recommended)
  4. Now, Wipe > Advanced Wipe > Select wipe cache, Dalvik cache, System, and Data and swipe right to confirm the action.
  5. Now, select Install, navigate to /sdcard and select the CyanogenMod .zip package. Follow the on-screen notices to install the package. Also Install Gapps package as well.
  6. After successful complete installation,  once again select ‘Wipe’ and wipe Cache & Dalvik cache to fix any boot loop issue.
  7. That’s It..!! Back to the main menu and select Reboot, then System. The device will now boot into CyanogenMod 14.1.

If you facing any problem relative this tutorial then comment us below on comment section..!!

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Kuldeep Sathwara

Kuldeep an Android enthusiast, a tech, Tips & Trick Blog expert. He is graduated In Diploma Mechanical. You can follow him on Twitter @jaysathwara9075 And On Google +

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