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Yesterday we brought you news that the first "stable" builds of CyanogenMod 10 had begun rolling out. Today a whole bunch of devices have stable CM10 builds waiting for them over at the official download site. Devices like the U.S. Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note, HTC One X and S, and Sony Xperia T are now supported, among many others -- 32 at the time of writing. If you're running a nightly build of CM10, you may want to double-check the list to see if your phone or tablet has stable code waiting.

What's more, an official statement by the CM team has announced work on CyanogenMod 10.1, which will be based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The latest version of Jelly Bean was open-sourced last night through the Android Open-Source Project.

Download links for CM10 stable can be found at the sites below.

Source: CyanogenMod, get.cm

 

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More devices get stable CyanogenMod 10 builds; CM10.1 to be based on Android 4.2

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Got updated at 3 am this morning. Gnex users that have the 4.2 gapps will have to reflash gapps or you'll get double camera and gallery apps. And the old gmail, keyboard etc.

I figured they would probably do 10.1 or something similar for the 4.2 build. I hope it gets here soon, I don't trust Verizon to be speedy on this update on the GNex

Did you check XDA? They might have an unofficial build over there.

But yeah, that's embarrassing that one of the Galaxy Nexi isn't officially supported. Maybe they don't have a device maintainer or something.

I'm not sure if this is an attempt to troll or just a misunderstanding. The Google+ post in question says this build is like a stable++. They were merely trying to get the point across that the M releases were already stable.

Wasn't about to get the nexus 4 yesterday, at least my captivate has CM10 stable now. That'll keep me occupied until a 4 becomes available.