CyanogenMod 10.1 has made its way onto Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z. A test build showed up on the 18th, followed quickly by a release candidate build. See the details after the jump.
CyanogenMod has proven to be one of Android’s most popular custom ROMs. If anyone was still in doubt, the ROM has now surpassed the 5 million user mark.
CyanogenMod 10.1 official nightly builds are now available for the GSM version and the Sprint variant of the HTC One. The builds aren’t yet considered stable but are working sufficiently well for enthusiasts to use. The biggest bug at the moment seems to be that the audio on outgoing calls can be “hit or miss”.
CyanogenMod 10.1, one of the most popular Android ROMs, has been updated to its first release client version (RC1), and is now available for download on 45 different handsets.
The T-Mobile Galaxy S4 (SGH-M919) will soon get its CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies, with other handset versions to be supported in the future according to Steve Kondik.
CyanogenMod has shown off an update for its camera app, which introduces voice activated and time delayed photo capture features. Sadly there’s no ETA on when this will be merged with CM10.1.
CyanogenMod 10.1 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.
Would the $199 Kindle Fire HD be a better tablet if it offered a full Android experience? CyanogenMod support might be on the way, but devs might need more help in doing hacks and tweaks.
Last week we reported that the FreeXperia developer team had released FXP208, a port of CyanogenMod 10.1 for the Sony Xperia Z and ZL. Now the team has released the FXP209 update, adding WiFi and sensor support to the mix.
Is Ubuntu Phone based on CyanogenMod 10.1? There’s some truth to that, but Ubuntu Phone is not just another skin on top of CM 10.1 / Android.