Like in politics 24 hours is a long time in the world of custom Android ROMs. CyanogenMod, the most popular alternative Android firmware, is updated regularly by its many contributors and there is a nightly build system which makes the bleeding edge releases available for download. However these nightly builds can, from time to time, be unstable due to recent and as yet not exhaustively tested changes. Because of this the CyanogenMod team started releasing monthly builds which are intended to be mostly stable and ready for everyday use. These stable builds are made for the most popular devices and now M3, the third monthly build of 2013, has been released for a variety of the best known phones and tablets including the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the Amazon Kindle Fire and the HTC One X. The full list is as follows:
CyanogenMod 10.1 is based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and the M3 snapshots can be download from the CyanogenMod downloads page. If you wanted to try out an alternative Android firmware and you have one of the popular devices above then now is a good time to try!
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Please could you next time put the “USA version”, I always get so excited and start shaking and then I get so disappointed :(
wtf where is siii international version
Stuck in Exynos4 purgatory. Why is this surprising? Exynos4 handsets/tablets stuck on nightlies shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone at this point, since they have been permanently stuck on nightlies since CM10.
not suprised. it just annoying to stuck on nightlies for month n still no stable. and why problems with exynos4 man??
I was super surprised that the Kindle Fire HD 7″ was listed. I’ve been following the progress for the HD’s. There is no official Cyanogenmod for either HD device, let alone a monthly build. Doesn’t belong on the list. Misinformation.
Keep these articles coming though :) All updates are good news.
It’s available for the Nexus Q that nobody has (or able to get) but not for the Exynos devices. fml.