CyanogenMod 10 is now stable and available for a number of devices

Jelly Bean brought quite a few new awesome features to Android. Most of my Android devices run the latest OS stock from Google. I tend to buy Nexus products. However, as my devices run past the Google support phase, I like to put a custom ROM on them. My favorite is CyanogenMod.

CyanogenMod 10

The latest mod is awesome. It comes with all the new features built into Jelly Bean, but with it brings quite the list:

  • Customizable Launcher
  • Extra Tweaks on the lock screen
  • Themes
  • Some extra apps
  • And more.

Lifehacker reported on the new ROM:

Stable releases started showing up yesterday for a small number of devices, but we’re seeing more and more added to the list—including the Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One S, Galaxy Nexus, HTC Evo 4G LTE, Nexus 7, and many more.

If you’d like to check for a stable build for your device, you can check here. If you don’t find your device and you want to get risky, you can attempt to search for an experiemental build by clicking ‘ALL’ over on the left sidebar.

Good luck!

Joshua Howland

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