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The latest milestone release of CyanogenMod brings new bug tracking features, the ability to long press on the recent apps button to switch to the last used app, a soft reboot option, and other features.

Here’s the changelog as per a post on the official CyanogenMod blog:

  • New Devices: Galaxy S5 Sprint (kltespr)
  • Split out Note 3 into GSM (hlte), Sprint (hltespr) and Verizon (hltevzw)
  • Refactor moto_msm8960dt as ‘ghost’ for Moto X 2013
  • Drop support for obake, toro, toroplus
  • Theme Engine: Themes support for additional UI elements
  • Frameworks & Core Apps: CAF and other upstream updates
  • Settings: Add scramble pin feature
  • Frameworks: Long press recent apps to switch to last used app
  • Settings: Add soft reboot option
  • Add smart cover support
  • Add glove mode support
  • Add bug reporter and crash log uploader
  • Multisim updates
  • General bug fixes (many many)
  • ANT+ Support for various hardware
  • Privacy Guard: Control NFC permissions

The changelog confirms the report from last week about support for CDMA versions of the Galaxy Nexus (Sprint/toroplus, Verizon/toro) being dropped. Support for the GSM version (maguro) continues for now. A new device added over the past weeks is the Sprint Galaxy S5.

In the blog post, community manager Abhisek Devkota explains the new Bug Tracker feature coming to CM11 M10: “whenever you crash a system application, you will be prompted with an option to upload a snippet of a log to us – namely the actual crash reported by the system and the stacktrace that accompanies it – similar to what you are already used to by the various app stores you may use.” It is also now possible to send anonymized application logs to CyanogenMod from the “take a bug report” option in Developer Settings.

At the time of this writing, CM11 M10 is available for 38 devices, including versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Note 3, Galaxy S2, S3, and S4, Google Nexus 5, and Xperia Z1. Builds for more devices will come online over the next hours.