Stable CyanogenMod 10 Builds Available, With Jelly Bean Included
It appears that the first stable CyanogenMod 10 build have appeared, offering devices an unofficial release of Jelly Bean. 4 versions that are pretty much safe have arrived for devices that were either in the process of getting Android 4.1 or never placed on the update list in the place.
The release offers support for the Samsung Galaxy S III in the Sprint and Verizon versions, plus LG Optimus Black and Galaxy S II Skyrocket, all of them welcome additions. More devices will be coming in the future and as usual you take your own risks by applying a custom ROM onto your device. CM10 seems to be a really user friendly affair and initial feedback is great. There have been reports of some builds failing, but the issues will be addressed soon, so hang tight.
There’s also more good news: Android 4.2 will arrive with CyanogenMod 10.1 and it’s on the way to the nightlies right now. In order to truly expect stable builds for major devices, companies like Samsung have to release source codes for their devices, like the Galaxy S III for example… Otherwise, who knows how long we’ll be stuck on the same Android version. Have fun downloading from our source link at Cyanogenmod.com.