The Rom is Pre-Rooted, just tap on the build number under Settings>>about phone>>build number to open up developer options. Now under developer options you will find Root access which is disabled by default click on, Apps and ADB or just Apps to enable it.
After using Cm12 on Redmi 1s, I didn’t faced any kind of issues instead it is running smooth on the device. Cm12 themes are also working great. You can move your installed Apps to SD card too.
Still some found issues were:
– Proximity sensor lags a little while receiving or making calls.
– The output sound appears to be a little low as compared to before, you can fix it using ViperFx.
– After installing all of your Apps you may find that there will be a small lag in the App drawer on Trebuchet launcher. You can install Google Now Launcher to avoid that.
– And some other little things.
These issues are very minor!! you will hardly ever notice it in between those bunch of amazing animations that will be juggling one by one on the device.
After settling down on Mokee! I didn’t faced much issues compared to the Cm12, it was quick, responsive and lag free. After installing all my Apps there was no glitches in the app drawer with the default launcher. More added options are available under the hood with mokee as comapared to the CyanogenMod12. You may find issues waking up the device in that case you goto
Settings>>Display & lights>> Prevent accidental wake-up (uncheck it). Both of the Rom has “Preferred Install Location” in the App settings for directly installing the Apps on the removable SD card by default.
The AnTuTu X benchmark on Cm12 Rom came out to be 17262.
Enjoy your lollipop Guys!!!