CyanogenMOD team releases Android 4.1-based CM10 stable release


After months of development, CyanogenMOD team has finally released the stable CM10 build late Tuesday. The latest build is ready to be installed on your devices now.

The current set of devices getting CM10 stable include Samsung Galaxy S III (various variants), Motorola Xoom, HTC One S, Galaxy Nexus (and varaints), Transformer Pad Infinity, LG Optimus LTE, Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, LG Nitro HD, Sony Xperia T, HTC Evo 4G LTE, Xperia Acro S, Samsung Galaxy S II (ad variants), Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Epic 4G, HTC One XL, Samsung Captivate, LG Optimus Black.

You can grab the download now from get.cm or via CM Updater (if you are running on a nightly or M build, which has CM Updater built-in) and ROM Manager.

The team has also stated that they will now start working on Android 4.2-based CM10.1, which should include all the latest Android improvements.


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1 thought on “CyanogenMOD team releases Android 4.1-based CM10 stable release

    That Guy

    (November 15, 2012 - 12:51 am)

    Is anyone else able to get WiFi working with the Epic 4G?

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