CyanogenMod 11 M10 Available for Supported Devices

CyanogenMod 11 M10 Available for Supported Devices

Summer vacation is over for most students out there, and it’s the time to get back to reality. Developers of popular ROMs have also came back to work, and as a result, we have a new monthly snapshot build of one of the most popular custom ROMs, CyanogenMod.

A few months ago, the CM team decided to switch to the monthly milestone release system rather than their previous release candidate and stable builds. ROMs that are described as M are considered more stable, and ready for use as your daily driver. Today’s build is the tenth such release.

Today’s M10 build brings support for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5, as well as a few minor changes in device code names for Motorola. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been split into GSM and Sprint/Verizon variants. Unfortunately, some popular devices like the Motorola DROID MAXX and Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Verizon and Sprint will no longer get official nightlies from the CyanogenMod team. Apart from device chances, a few new features have been introduced. The most noticeable are glove mode and a soft reboot option.


Here’s a full changelog from official CyanogenMod’s blog.

M10 Changelog:
* New Devices: Galaxy S5 Sprint (kltespr)

* Split out Note 3 into GSM (hlte), Sprint (hltespr) and Verizon (hltevzw)

* Refactor moto_msm8960dt as ‘ghost’ for Moto X 2013

* Drop support for obake, toro, toroplus

* Theme Engine: Themes support for additional UI elements

* Frameworks & Core Apps: CAF and other upstream updates

* Settings: Add scramble pin feature

* Frameworks: Long press recent apps to switch to last used app

* Settings: Add soft reboot option

* Add smart cover support

* Add glove mode support

* Add bug reporter and crash log uploader

* Multisim updates

* General bug fixes (many many)

* ANT+ Support for various hardware

* Privacy Guard: Control NFC permissions

New builds are currently being compiled. You can check the status by visiting project’s Jenkins page. Built packages are available at the CyanogenMod’s project page. If you own one of the supported devices and would like to give the new snapshot a try, don’t hesitate to go there. Don’t forget to visit your device specific forums here to get some modifications like kernels, applications, and mods to enhance your user experience.

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