The CyanogenMod team announced on Google+ that various Android devices will get CyanogenMod 10 Nightlies starting this week. The list includes various popular Android handsets and tablets, whose owners will get a taste of Jelly Bean well ahead of the official releases for those devices.

Here’s a list of devices that have started receiving the CM10 Nightlies:

  • U.S. Samsung Galaxy S3 variants
  • Galaxy Nexus variants
  • Nexus S variants
  • Nexus 7
  • Transformer and Transformer Prime
  • Samsung Galaxy S variants (Vibrant, Captivate, International, and i9000b)
  • Samsung Galaxy S2 i9100g
  • P3 and P5 tablets

Moreover, CM9 Nightly builds will be rolled out on a weekly basis henceforward:

CM9 nightly builds for devices that don’t receive a CM10 nightly will continue (for the meantime) but we are changing the timing on them to be once a week instead (aka weeklies). This will allow a means for us to test bug fixes and the like as they get merged into the ICS branch – as stated before, the CM9 branch is in an otherwise perpetual code-freeze.

As always, we’ll remind you that we’re not encouraging you to install any unofficial ROMs on your Android devices, CyanogenMods included, so proceed at your own risk with such customizations.