May 08 AT 3:57 PM Dustin Earley 12 Comments

CyanogenMod 10.1 reaches release candidate status

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Ladies and gentlemen, the time is finally upon us. Just a week before Google announces the next version of Android, presumed to be Jelly Bean 4.3, CyanogenMod 10.1 has finally reached the release candidate phase of its release cycle.

Announced today on the CyanogenMod blog, some 40 different devices are getting the RC treatment, including multiple Nexus and Galaxy S series devices among others. In the announcement post, it was made clear that these builds, “will be one of (if not the last) milestone releases before a 10.1.0 is pushed out.”

To see if a release candidate build is ready for your device, hit up get.cm now.

Source: CyanogenMod

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  • http://www.jaxidian.org/update/ jaxidian

    Nice! Kinda surprised it took them this long though. But nice!

  • SGB101

    This is great news, I see the note2 is on the list. The n2 is the first phone I haven’t rooted and rom’d, only because of the s-pen stuff.

    I think I may be ready now, lived with touch wiz since launch and an sick of it. Will have to research if/how well, the s-pen works on CM.

  • Nathan D.

    Cool, too bad my phone not in the list yet, if it even going to be one.

  • hokiewv

    Awesome. CyanogenMod is the reason that my Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 is still useful.

  • Nate B.

    This is awesome but I’ll miss the features of what made me get the phone (S4) if and when this does come out for it. Hopefully the next version of Android can add some really neat features to it for Cyan to work with.

  • donger

    CM is awesome.

  • Pian

    I use S2 GT-I9100G. Have tried few CyanogenMod nightly version and now using RC1. I must say I’m having zero problem! Tqvm and congrats CyanogenMod Team. My phone is much faster, more stable, fastastic camera & video and I can use less thrid party software, e.g call blacklist, profile management, camera, video player etc..

  • http://no stokis

    i’m using CM 10.1 for 4 months now, and haven’t any problems with it. Last 3 months haven’t seen no single bug.

  • ayocuz

    Nothing like cyanogen mod it really is the best software for your phone

  • OutofPlace

    Well this is pretty awesome news! I’ve been running CM on my Nexus 4 for about 2 months now. I’m sending the phone back for a warranty replacement (problem with 3g that neither tmobile nor Google can diagnose) so I had to restore to stock and unroot. I didn’t realize how much I like CM until I went back to stock. As soon as I have the new N4 in my hand I’ll be putting the release candidate right back on there.

  • donger

    CM is awesome with every release.

  • amal

    My i9100g is on CM 10.1.0-RC2 now. I have been updating nightlies almost daily. Now, I am seeing 20130513-nightly… I am going for it. TQVM CM.

  1. Nice! Kinda surprised it took them this long though. But nice!

  2. This is great news, I see the note2 is on the list. The n2 is the first phone I haven’t rooted and rom’d, only because of the s-pen stuff.

    I think I may be ready now, lived with touch wiz since launch and an sick of it. Will have to research if/how well, the s-pen works on CM.

  3. Cool, too bad my phone not in the list yet, if it even going to be one.

  4. Awesome. CyanogenMod is the reason that my Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 is still useful.

  5. This is awesome but I’ll miss the features of what made me get the phone (S4) if and when this does come out for it. Hopefully the next version of Android can add some really neat features to it for Cyan to work with.

  6. CM is awesome.

  7. PianGuest 2 years ago

    I use S2 GT-I9100G. Have tried few CyanogenMod nightly version and now using RC1. I must say I’m having zero problem! Tqvm and congrats CyanogenMod Team. My phone is much faster, more stable, fastastic camera & video and I can use less thrid party software, e.g call blacklist, profile management, camera, video player etc..

  8. i’m using CM 10.1 for 4 months now, and haven’t any problems with it. Last 3 months haven’t seen no single bug.

  9. Nothing like cyanogen mod it really is the best software for your phone

  10. Well this is pretty awesome news! I’ve been running CM on my Nexus 4 for about 2 months now. I’m sending the phone back for a warranty replacement (problem with 3g that neither tmobile nor Google can diagnose) so I had to restore to stock and unroot. I didn’t realize how much I like CM until I went back to stock. As soon as I have the new N4 in my hand I’ll be putting the release candidate right back on there.

  11. CM is awesome with every release.

  12. amalGuest 2 years ago

    My i9100g is on CM 10.1.0-RC2 now. I have been updating nightlies almost daily. Now, I am seeing 20130513-nightly… I am going for it. TQVM CM.