CyanogenMod 10 Nightly Builds Now Available for a Growing Number of Devices

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  • 18 Aug 2012
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  • The No. 1 custom ROM for Android devices is without a doubt the one built by the CyanogenMod Team. They have been working not only to bring the latest versions of the OS to supported and unsupported devices, but also to implement a number of features not found in the stock builds. CyanogenMod version 9, based on ICS, recently reached a stable version after many months of development.


    The CyanogenMod Team announced on their Google+ page that starting today version 10 nightly builds will be available for a number of devices. They will still provide CM9 builds, but they will be moved to weekly status (as opposed to nightlyfor the time being. The list of devices that get the Jelly Bean based builds is as follows:

    • The US SGS3 variants (Verizon variant will require an unlocked bootloader)
    • The Galaxy Nexus variants
    • The Nexus S variants
    • The Nexus 7
    • The Transformer and Transformer Prime
    • The SGS1 variants (Vibrant, Captivate, International, and i9000b)
    • The SGS2 i9100g
    • P3 and P5 tablets

    It is expected that in the coming weeks the list of supported devices will grow. As the CM Team stated, the devices that got an version 9 release will probably also get the next version of the custom Android ROM. You are welcome to test the CM 10 nightly for your device by downloading it from their official page.

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