ASUS Transformer, Transformer Prime and Motorola Xoom Receive CyanogenMod 10 Preview Builds

The other day we received the CyanogenMod 10 preview builds for both the international and U.S. versions of the¬†Samsung Galaxy S III and now there’s more! The CM 10 preview builds are now available for the ASUS Transformer and Transformer Prime (tf101 and 201) and with Motorola’s Xoom. With all the excitement around Jelly Bean and CyanogenMod 10, a working build for tablets is wonderful news to hear.

These are only preview builds though, so they may not be very stable. Unofficial builds also carry no guarantee on support, assistance or updates.

The Transformer builds are currently functional with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, sounds, camera, video acceleration, minor dock functionality and most sensors. The GPS and light sensor functionality isn’t in there just yet, but the device’s core functionality is stable and working.

Here’s a quick video of the Transformer Prime running CM10 on its current build in action:

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The Xoom builds, on the other hand, are not quite as complete. In a post to Google+, Steve Hawkin¬†notes that “A lot of the features and functions are still very much [a work in progress].” He also says that he has personally been using the builds as a daily driver, so they may just be worth taking a look at.

To get a early preview build of CyanogenMod 10, click the links below for your respective devices:

Downloads: Xoom (Wi-Fi), Xoom (VZW), TF101, TF201

source: Android Root, Google+
via: Android Police

About the Author: Brad Ward

Born and raised in Lapeer, MI, Brad is a student at Baker College, studying Mobile Application Software Engineering. He loves all sorts of technology--even Apple--but has gone through a crazy amount of smartphones, starting with the Motorola Atrix 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, iPhone 5S, and finally the LG G3. Some of his favorite pastimes are, movies, working out, camping, and playing with new tech.