Just a little over a month after releasing the first milestone 10.1 builds, CyanogenMod has yesterday made a bunch of new M ports available.
The Xperia Z is finally rolling out worldwide, but what many don’t know is that CyanogenMod 10.1 was available unofficially before the Z was actually released.
CyanogenMod developers have now added an HDR mode (similar to what is available on the Nexus 4) for the stock CM camera app, for all devices running CM 10.1.
CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies have begun rolling out for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Sprint on Verizon.
CyanogenMod 10.1 has moved on to the next stage of development, releasing milestone builds for a selection of devices.
Granted, Google is not even selling the Nexus Q anymore. In any case, CyanogenMod has decided to give this much beleaguered device a breath of fresh air.
The guys behind CyanogenMod have been working hard to get CM 10.1 (based on the Android 4.2 branch) on as many devices as possible. Now, the first builds are available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE.
We have a new video for you in which we take a look at the Galaxy S3 running the Android 4.2-based CyanogenMod 10.1 custom ROM.
The latest iteration of CyanogenMod, dubbed CM10.1 has begun getting official releases from the CM team. The latest version of the world’s most popular ROM is now available for the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II.
LG Optimus G owners who would like their device to look and feel more like its close cousin the Nexus 4 may be getting closer to seeing their goal realized, but there’s still a lot of work to go.