Sprint and Verizon Galaxy Note 2 have begun getting CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies
When a new device is supported by CyanogenMod, it’s always cause for celebration. The world renowned custom AOSP ROM is among the most popular custom ROMs in the world, with more than a million users worldwide. Now, they’re numbers will continue to grow as CM nightlies are available for the Verizon and Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
The GSM versions of the Note 2 have had CM support for some time. These include the international variant as well as T-Mobile and AT&T. So it’s really nice to see the CDMA variants get picked up as well. We know Sprint and Verizon owners will be really glad.
Since these are nightlies, the standard disclaimers apply. These are the bleeding edge of CyanogenMod development. So there is always the risk of features not working or the ROM itself having issues. Never to fear, nightlies are generated nearly every day with new code merges and bug fixes. So it’s only a matter of time before things get really stable.
Will there be any stable CyanogenMod builds in the near future?
We all know better than to ask for ETA’s. However, if these nightlies are anything like the nightlies for the AT&T and T-Mobile variants, then users will be delighted. Just because it’s a nightly doesn’t mean it is unstable, it just means the risk is there. So the only way to know for sure is to check out the Gerrit or try it out.
Head over to get.cm and get to downloading. Don’t forget the Gapps! Will anyone be flashing this tonight?