CyanogenMod 10.1 M-Builds arrive for several devices

If you’re a fan of the rooting/hacking/modding scene you’ve inevitably heard about the famous CyanogenMod ROM. The great customizations found on this ROM are unbelievable. The problem is, it can often take a long time to get a fully stable build out to users. To remedy this situation, the Cyanogen team has come up with a new strategy, release a (mostly) stable build once a month called the “M-Build“. The M-Build will be almost entirely free of bugs and ready for daily use. Yesterday, CyanogenMod and friends released their first set of M-Builds based on Android 4.2 for a series of popular devices. Check below the break to see if your device is supported. I installed an M-Build on my Nexus S last night and it’s running great! If you’ve got one of the devices listed below, get to it! You’ve got nothing to lose! Be sure to read our Rooting dictionary for beginners if you’re new to all of this.

We’re building M for these devices:
* Samsung Captivate
* Samsung Nexus S (+4G)
* Samsung Galaxy S3 USA models (D2*)
* Samsung Galaxy S (galaxysmtd/galaxysbmtd)
* Google Nexus 7
* Google Galaxy Nexus (all variants)
* Google Nexus 4
* Google Nexus 10
* ODroid U2
* Samsung P3100, P3110
* Samsung P5100, P5110

About the Author: Alexon Enfiedjian

Alex Enfiedjian is an Android enthusiast and tech journalist from Central California.

  • PKM

    infamous ? whats bad about it ?

  • Favio

    Motorola Atrix 4g??? Gracias….

  • Andrew Scorgie

    How does it compare between stock JB and the CM10 edition of JB on the Nexus S?
    I’m trying to decide if I should stick with stock for now and wait a bit or make the switch now onto this edition.

    • Alexon Enfiedjian

      I can’t comment on comparison with CM10, because I never ran that… but it at least seems as smooth as the stock experience, plus you get all the custimazation options of CM. Battery seems a little better too. Just my experience, but I’ve only been running it for a day.

      • Andrew Scorgie

        Cheers for the update, any further thoughts since the start of the week? One of the bugs I keep coming across on stock is the device getting bogged down with slow movement between screens and shifts between menus and apps plus a very slow white bar refresh on the calander app. And that can sometimes be caused by having the usb connection on and then disabled. If that was resolved then I could migrate very quickly to this rom!

        • alex

          There are definitely some slow moments with the CM10.1 rom. It’s probably our phone’s older processor. Not haveing any of the white bar refresh issues you’re talking about.