If you happen to own a smartphone from the Sony Xperia range and love tinkering around with the operating system in the form of a custom ROM, here is a wee bit of news to perk you up this evening. Word on the street has it that CyanogenMod 10 Alpha is well on its way to the range of Sony Xperia handsets. One of the more recent changelogs from the Free Xperia team of developers do point towards the latest version known as FXP130, where it will include CyanogenMod 10 Alpha. No download links have appeared, but it seems that someone dug up something from the XDA Developers forum which might just be the answer to that niggling question. Has anyone given CyanogenMod 10 Alpha a go yet, and how do you find it so far? Is it stable enough for everyday use?
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