This build probably does not make sense to be honest as Sultans CM13.0 builds is perfect in my opinion.
But as I was bored I spent a few hours to see if it was possible to cherry-pick + adapt his kernel and device changes from CM13.0 to CM12.1 so here is a "stable/cm-12.1-YOG7D" build with "September 1, 2016" Android security patch level.
It's a "userdebug" build so it has built-in root (which is different from the official Sultan builds). Upgrading from Sultans latest build should be possible but I did not test it.
The official Sultan patches https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andr...mmit/e75f59e7fd349dd1fa5d452086c795f693776d89 and https://github.com/sultanxda/android_frameworks_base/commit/0cbd4a88767d78640b7dd391674575f7d5e517e6 are not applied (as I personally don't see any advantages for applying them) therefore the "Lite" in the name.
I've flashed the 20160918 build and used it for a day without any issues but have returned to Sultan CM13.0 as I really see no reason to stay on CM12.1
New build (This is untested so please take a backup before flashing and report back if it works or not).
This contains Sultans latest 35 kernel commits so it should be as very similar to "cm-13.0-ZNH2K-20160921-STABLE-Sultan-bacon.zip" with regards to kernel and device tree.
In the attached files cm12sultan.txt is the build script that I used on Ubuntu 16.04 while the 2 x .patch files (used by the build script) are the commits that I had to adapt from CM13.0 to CM12.1 as they could not be applied directly.
im gonna try this