If you have rooted your Android-powered device, and have experienced the wonders of CyanogenMod ever since, you would surely have known that the earliest CyanogenMod 10 builds appeared on the scene when Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was just introduced back then. Sure, with time comes the cooled down anticipation of the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, but this does not detract from the fact that the first batch of stable CyanogenMod 10 builds are now available for download. So far, a quartet of relatively safe versions have been rolled out – the Samsung Galaxy S3 from Sprint and Verizon, as well as the LG Optimus Black and Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket.
We do expect to see additional device support in the days and weeks to come, and you ought to be prepared for some bugs to rear their heads as well even though the latest builds are said to be safe and stable – bear in mind that all of this is relatively speaking, of course. Anyone willing to take the risk of venturing into untested waters?
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