CyanogenMod 10 M2 is Released
The Android 4.1-based CyanogenMod 10 M2 build will be released for various Android smartphones and this should be a good news for those still waiting eagerly for Jelly Bean. The CyanogenMod 10 M1 was released on early September and the new M2 supports more devices. The M2 will support all Galaxy S model (original S, S2 and S3), Galaxy Nexus, Motorola Xoom, Captivate, Galaxy Note, LG Optimus Black, Sony Xperia S, Sony Xperia Acro S and a few others.
CyanogenMod ROM is perhaps the most popular custom ROM for Android smartphones. It is preferred by consumers as it comes without bloatware, customs UI and other extra apps, which decrease performance and increase hardware utilization. It comes with a built-in root privilege, allowing users to tweak the phone at system-level. CyanogenMod 9 is the current stable major release and it’s based on an Ice Cream Sandwich build (Android 4.0.4), which runs stable enough. After all issues are ironed out from the CyanogenMod 10, people will surely adopt it in large numbers.