Android 4.2.2 based CM10.1-m2 build now available

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It’s been awhile since we’ve heard anything major out of the Cyanogenmod team, but if you’ve been itching for something new to flash, you’re in luck. They’ve just announced that CM10.1-m2, which is a build more stable than a nightly but still not quite a full stable release, is available for a handful of devices. Popular devices like the Nexus lineup, Galaxy S III, and HTC One X are among the first to get the builds, but others are sure to follow.

If you like to stay on the more bug-free types of ROMs, this is going to be one you’ll possibly want to test drive. If you’re the type who has to flash something new every day… well, you were going to try this one out regardless. Be sure to post your bug reports to help get the kinks worked out for the final builds.

source: CM Blog

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  • Callistus Emefo

    how about on Xperia phones and which is it going to be able to work on?

    • paxmos

      I have an Xperia T (unlocked) and they have a stable version for that.

  • paxmos

    I installed it on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, 10.1 and I have to say, it is really fast and smooth…Their recent nightlies did have some issues but this one is a keeper.

  • Wayne B

    Working great on an Epic 4G. Just had to install the correct gapps and delete clock data. Much smoother and more stable than CM10 Stable was. Better battery life too. I am very happy with it. Just gave my 2 year old phone another year of life, at least.

  • Carlos Omar

    where can i find it to download for my gS3 from sprint ?