CyanogenMod 10.1.0 Stable released!
Just moments ago ciwrl posted on the CyanogenMod.org blog that the stable version of CM10.1.0 has been officially released for supported devices!
Any devices which weren’t in the release candidate series as well as the Tegra 2 many Exynos based devices are sadly, not in line to receive the stable release. But if you’ve been running RC5 and chomping at the bit to get the stable, head on over to get.cm and get your bacon.
Here’s what they say the future looks like until we have a new API over which to drool:
With the 10.1.0 code finalized, we will return to our M-release cycle and work towards adding additional functionality and features; including the new Privacy Guard feature, which was merged into the nightlies today.
There are many new and exciting things planned for the remainder of the year, just wait and see what we will do next!
-The CyanogenMod Team
As always, if you’re CM user, don’t forget to consider donating a few bucks at the bottom the the page.
Why are you waiting around here, go get some!
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