A select number of Android-powered smartphones and tablets have been treated to the CyanogenMod 10.1 “M-Series” builds starting today. These releases comes less frequently than nightly builds — once a month — and are considered to be “mostly stable,” and ready for everyday use. Here’s a list of the first handful of devices to get access to the M-Series.
- Samsung Captivate
- Samsung Nexus S (+4G)
- Samsung Galaxy S III (U.S. models D2*)
- Samsung Galaxy S (galaxysmtd/galaxysbmtd)
- Google Nexus 7
- Google/Samsung Galaxy Nexus (all variants)
- Google Nexus 10
- Samsung P3100, P3110
- Samsung P5100, P5110
If your device isn’t on this list, don’t worry. The team behind CyanogenMod has promised that other devices are being worked on, and CyanogenMod 10.1 nightly releases are available for a whole host of other smartphones and tablets right now. You can visit Get.cm to find the latest releases.
CyanogenMod 10.1 is built upon the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean MR1 firmware, and offers the latest Android features.