Fans of CyanogenMod 10.1 who also happen to own a new Samsung Galaxy S 4 or HTC One will be glad to know the CyanogenMod team has been hard at work making some new variants available and they have cleaned up some of the download pages to make it a bit easier to find the files. The newest variants include AT&T versions for both the Galaxy S 4 and the HTC One. Nightlies for the Galaxy S 4 had previously been made available for T-Mobile and Canadian versions of the device. Apparently AT&T support only required a patch to a previous build.
The CyanogenMod team also took some time to change and update the codenames for different variants of the HTC One. The Sprint version was changed from m7wls to m7spr, while the T-Mobile version was dubbed the m7tmo and the international version was revised from m7 to m7ul.
If you want to grab a nightly build, you can use one of the links below for your device:
- HTC One (international) [m7ul]
- HTC One (T-Mobile) [m7tmo]
- HTC One (Sprint) [m7spr]
- HTC One (AT&T) [m7att]
- Samsung Galaxy S 4 (AT&T) [jflteatt]
- Samsung Galaxy S 4 (T-Mobile) [jfltetmo]
- Samsung Galaxy S 4 (Canada) [jfltecan]