Do these guys ever take a vacation? It's been an incredibly busy weeks for the CyanogenMod team. Even with all the work they have, they just added 11 devices, as Android Police first noticed on Saturday, to an already impressive amount of officially supported devices for the immensely popular CyanogenMod custom ROM. I have to be honest, it's really strange to see some of these devices get the attention, like both version of the Nook or the Galaxy S Relay 4G, but we know that Cyanogen is about bringing the almost-stock experience to as many people as possible.
- Barnes & Noble Nook HD (hummingbird)
- Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ (ovation)
- Motorola Atrix HD (mb886)
- Motorola Photon Q – GSM (xt897)
- Motorola Photon Q – CDMA (xt897c)
- Motorola Droid Razr M (xt907)
- Motorola Razr HD – GSM (xt925)
- Motorola Droid Razr HD – CDMA (xt926) – These builds may work for the Droid Razr MAXX HD but you'll have to check it yourself.
- Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G (apexqtmo)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 – C Spire (jfltecsp)
- Samsung Verizon Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE (i925)
The Motorola devices already have one build ready to try and nightlies should start appearing any day now on the Get.CM download website. All of these devices expect the Samsung Galaxy S4 for C-Spire are already in line for CyanogenMod 10.2, which is based on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean recently launched.
The CyanogenMod team has been very busy lately, with the Nemesis project, which so far we only know the Phase 1 which is Focal, a new camera app with a new kind of user experience in mind and they just added a Global Blacklist feature that's already merged with the ROM. While we wait for Phase 2 of Nemesis, more people can start enjoying the amazing features of CyanogenMod, like the camera in the quick settings, a secure encrypted messaging and even Google Voice integration for every third-party messaging app.
As always with CyanogenMod, don't ask for ETAs for any of these devices, when the ROM is ready, you'll get it. It's as simple as that.