CyanogenMod 10.1 – M2 Builds Rolling Out Now; Get Yours While Its Hot!


It's now the beginning of March, in case you didn't already know that. And that means its time for another M build from the CyanogenMod team. The M2 build is the backbone of the stable builds that will come out some time down the road. You can think of them as something between stable and nightlies. These M2 builds are based on Android 4.2.2, and here's what you can expect from this build:

  • Common: Android 4.2.1 (Google) (now, 4.2.2)
  • Common: cLock Lockscreen and Homescreen Widget
  • Common: Theme Engine Support
  • Common: Customize Navigation Bar (on devices without hardware keys)
  • Common: Customize Notification Light
  • Common: Display Battery Light
  • Common: Profiles with NFC support
  • Common: Customize Screen Rotation
  • Common: Notification Power Widgets
  • Common: DSP Manager
  • Common: Volume Rocker Wake
  • Common: Performance Settings (I/O Scheduler, CPU Governor, etc)
  • Quick Settings: Panel Customization
  • Quick Settings: Toggle QS panel with horizontal swipe
  • Quick Settings: Split QS actionable area
  • Quick Settings: Added QS Tiles
  • Status Bar: Hide or Show Clock
  • Status Bar: Battery Percentage and Circle Battery
  • Status Bar: Show Notification Counts
  • Status Bar: Signal Status Customization
  • Status Bar: Set Date and Time as buttons (with longpress actions)
  • Trebuchet: Launcher Updates
  • Lockscreen: Slider Shortcuts
  • Lockscreen: Maximize Widgets on Wake

So yes, it's basically stock Android with some new features, that we all know and love. These builds are rolling out, so if your device doesn't have it available yet, don't panic. Just give the build bot some time to roll all of them out. Here are the devices that it's available for at the time of writing this:

  • Galaxy Nexus (Maguro, Toro, Toroplus)
  • Galaxy S2 (i9100g, skyrocket, hercules)
  • Galaxy S (galaxysmtd)
  • Galaxy S B (galaxysbmtd)
  • Captivate (captivatemtd)
  • Galaxy S3 (d2spr, d2vzw, d2att, d2tmo, d2usc)
  • Motorola Xoom (wingray, stingray)
  • Nexus S & Nexus S 4G
  • Galaxy Note AT&T and T-Mobile (quincyatt & quincytmo)
  • Nexus 7
  • LG Nitro HD
  • LG Optimus Black
  • LG Optimus LTE SKT
  • Sony Xperia Acro S
  • Sony Xperia S

Remember, you'll need to flash the latest Google Apps package along with the ROM, or you'll be missing a lot of apps including the Play Store and Gmail. So how many of you are going to check out M2? Let us know in the comments how good or bad it is for you and don't forget to mention which device it is.

Source: CyanogenMod

Via: Android Spin