Google Apps are the proprietary Google-branded applications that come pre-installed with most Android devices, such as the Play Store, Gmail, Maps, etc. Due to licensing restrictions, these apps cannot come pre-installed with CyanogenMod and must be installed separately. The Google Apps are not required to boot or run CyanogenMod, however many users find them beneficial to take full advantage of the Android ecosystem.
These Apps have been packaged by a developer independent of CyanogenMod, and download links have been provided for your convenience. It is possible to perform a "backup" of the Google Apps on your device and then "restore" them, but this does take additional steps which are not covered here.
The Google Apps packages are NOT SUPPORTED in any way by Cyanogenmod.
The packages below are for CyanogenMod 7 and above (or compatible Android builds based upon the same AOSP versions). These packages are DPI and architecture-independent, so you only need to match your OS version. In addition, only apps which are required to provide the basic Google frameworks are supplied to reduce the download size. "Missing" applications can be installed or updated from the Google Play Store.
|CM 11|| 20140105 |
|CM 10.2|| 20130813 |
|CM 10.1|| 20130812 |
|CM 10|| 20121011 |
|CM 9|| 20120317 Download, Mirror md5:|
|CM 7|| 20110828 Download, Mirror md5:|
Older versions of Android(pre-2.3) did not have a Universal Gapps package, so separate packages are provided for various DPI levels and architectures. Use the compatibility chart below to determine the appropriate package for your device & version, and then download using the links provided below.
|HTC Evo 4G||X|
|Viewsonic G Tablet||X|
|CM 6|| Tiny: 20101020|
Download via Goo.im or AFH
|CM 5|| Tiny: ERE36B|
|CM 4|| Tiny: DRC83|
NOTE: Flash DRC83 BEFORE CyanogenMod 4.2