Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Users Can Now Install CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Builds


Are you fed up with Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface, and all the bloatware that comes with it? Is it ruining your Galaxy Tab 10.1? Then you’ll be pleased to know you can now get yours hands on some CyanogenMod 10 nightly builds. New packages rolled out today for the Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Verizon model, the T-Mobile model, and the revised Galaxy Tab 10.1v.

CyanogenMod 10.1 comes with the latest version of Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system with support for new features like user accounts, a new settings toggle, and lock-screen widgets.

If you’re unfamiliar with CyanogenMod builds, they offer a barebones Android experience, much like Google’s own Nexus devices, without third-party interfaces and applications. However, nightly builds are not final. They are a work in progress, and you may find that not everything works as it should. It’s not advisable to install nightly builds on devices you rely on each and every day — it’s better to wait for release candidates instead.

If that doesn’t worry you, then you can grab the latest nightly builds for your Galaxy Tab 10.1 now from the CyanogenMod Downloads page using the source link below. The files weigh in around 156MB, while the 10.1v variant is just 121MB.