Unofficial CM10 for the Droid RAZR M
It is always an exciting time when an AOSP-derived ROM makes its first appearance on a device. It not only gives users a chance to try out vanilla Android on their new toys, but also sets the stage for future AOSP releases. Plus, users seem to really enjoy the full Google experience. Now, Motorola Droid RAZR M users can run CyanogenMod 10.
The unofficial port was released by XDA Senior Member dhacker29, who also released an unofficial build of CM10 for the RAZR HD. Unlike the Droid RAZR HD release, which was for the developer edition only, this CM10 release can used on both the consumer and developer versions of the Droid RAZR M. As can be expected, this is an initial release and that means it’s a little rough. The main features that are still broken include:
These are the main features that are broken, but they are just the ones that dhacker29 knows about. There is likely other issues as well that still need to be found and fixed. Even so, WiFi Direct and NFC aren’t the worst things that could be wrong with an initial port. So if those are features you don’t use very often or don’t intend to use, this could very well be a usable ROM.
For installation instructions and more, check out the original thread.
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