CyanogenMod has been touted by many to be one of those custom ROMs on the Android platform that you absolutely must install – as it delivers a whole lot better user experience compared to the stock Android version, and even with some bells and whistles thrown into the mix in the form of the HTC Sense for HTC smartphones and Samsung TouchWiz for handsets from the South Korean manufacturer, it seems that those pale in comparison to what CyanogenMod is able to offer. Well, word on the street has it that CyanogenMod 10 Alpha that is based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, has already been introduced to the Sony Xperia S platform earlier today (as promised prior), thanks to the folks over at the Team Free Xperia developer team.

Known as version FXP130, it will offer all basic functionality of the smartphone on CyanogenMod 10 – and these will include the ability to work with Wi-Fi, data and Bluetooth connections. The camera still fails to load up at this point of time, which is not too surprising considering how early CyanogenMod 10 still is in terms of development.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Android and CyanogenMod.

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