Former Writer · Nov 24, 2012 at 12:00 am

CM10 Released for Developer Edition of Droid RAZR HD

Very recently, the CyanogenMod team released CM10 final to the community. However, many developers are still trying to get CM10 ported to their devices. Now, the ROM is available for the Developer Edition of the Droid RAZR HD.

XDA Senior Member GoClifGo05 posted a thread on behalf of the ROM’s developers, XDA Senior Member dhacker29 and XDA Recognized Developer Hashcode. Unfortunately, as stated, it’s for the Developer Edition of the phone only. It seems trivial, but it will not work on the regular Droid RAZR HD.

This is an alpha build of the ROM, so as expected, there will be some issues. Exactly what those issues are haven’t been listed, as not many users have given it a try yet. However, it presumably at least boots and has most of the core features working. In terms of issues, most users seem to be having problems just getting the ROM installed. Currently, it isn’t compatible with SafeStrap 3, and users may run into problems trying to install it via TWRP and CWM. The most common error is that it can’t get /system mounted for flashing. These are all bugs that will likely get fixed with later versions of both the custom recoveries and the ROM itself.

For more details, check out the original thread.


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