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CyanogenMod CM10.1 M3 Stable Snapshot Builds Released For 30 Devices (So Far)

Posted In News - By AndroidPress on Saturday, April 13th, 2013 With No Comments »

CM10.1 M3 Build Release

Today the highly popular custom ROM development team CyanogenMod released stable M-series snapshot builds for CM10.1 for what I’ve counted as 30 devices so far.  I’ve seen reports for fewer devices so my guess is that this list has been growing and may continue to grow.  I have a  list below with the 30 devices that have the new M3 build released today so far.  Check it out and see if your device made the cut!

If you’re not familiar with CyanogenMod, their product is a modified AOSP (Android Open Source Project) build which comes with many features on top stock Android.  The coolest thing is that a lot of these devices listed below do not have stock ROMs on the latest Android build, but thanks to the hard work and talent of the CyanogenMod team these devices can have all the goodies that come with Android 4.2.2 and be really stable plus awesome custom mods.  I’m currently running CM on both my Sprint Galaxy Nexus (toroplus) and Nexus 7 (grouper) and they’ve been super stable and fantastic to use.  I highly recommend.

M-series builds are released monthly from CM and are builds that are supposed to be in their most stable form for your convenient use.  If you like life on the edge, you may have heard of nightly builds that literally come out almost nightly that you can update your device with.  I’ve updated my Galaxy Nexus to the M3 using CyanogenMod’s built-in updater.  If you already have CM on your device like I did, go to Settings > About phone > CyanogenMod updates > Check for Updates and you’ll be able to update your device there if you’re running a supported custom recovery.  Otherwise, go to get.cm or use the links below the download the current M3 build for your device.  Remember to also grab the current gapps at the same time, and that flashing custom ROMs to your device is always at your own risk.  That being said, enjoy! Let us know if you have any questions or comments below…

  • d2vzw (Samsung Galaxy S III (vzw))
  • d2tmo (Samsung Galaxy S III (TMUS))
  • d2spr (Samsung Galaxy S III (Sprint))
  • d2mtr (Samsung Galaxy S III (M. PCS))
  • d2att (Samsung Galaxy S III (AT&T))
  • skyrocket (Samsung Galaxy S2 ATT LTE)
  • endeavoru (HTC One X)
  • quincytmo (Samsung Galaxy Note (TMUS))
  • quincyatt (Samsung Galaxy Note (AT&T))
  • hercules (Samsung Galaxy S2 T-Mobile)
  • p760 (LG Optimus L9)
  • vs920 (LG Spectrum)
  • toroplus (Samsung Galaxy Nexus (sprint))
  • tilapia (Google Nexus 7 (GSM))
  • toro (Samsung Galaxy Nexus (vzw))
  • su640 (LG Optimus LTE (SKT))
  • steelhead (Google Nexus Q)
  • p930 (LG Nitro HD / Optimus LTE)
  • p5100 (Samsung Galaxy Tab2 10.1)
  • p3110 (Samsung Galaxy Tab2 7 (Wifi))
  • p3100 (Samsung Galaxy Tab2 7)
  • odroidu2 (Hardkernel ODROID-U2)
  • mako (Google Nexus 4)
  • maguro (Google Galaxy Nexus (GSM))
  • i9100g (Samsung Galaxy S II (G))
  • grouper (Google Nexus 7 (wifi))
  • epicmtd (Samsung Epic 4G)
  • crespo4g (Google Nexus S 4G)
  • crespo (Google Nexus S)
  • a700 (Acer Iconia A700)

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