The CyanogenMod team have this week announced the release of the new CyanogenMod 10.2 M1 software which brings with it support for over 70 devices in the initial M-release.
The M series of software releases provide users with a middle ground between the cutting edge and stable releases created by the CyanogenMod team and provide a middle ground between the nightly builds and the final release builds.
CyanogenMod 10.2 M1 Release
With all the Android 4.4 hype, we haven’t forgotten about CM 10.2. Tonight the buildbots will focus their efforts on building and shipping out CyanogenMod 10.2 M1. Builds are already hitting the servers (please be patient, this will take a while). We are targeting over 70 devices for this initial M-release.
As we mentioned yesterday, we will continue to work on the 10.2 code branch, in parallel to all of our Android 4.4 efforts. For those that will inevitably ask, we have not made any decisions with respect to what devices will make the leap to the KitKat code base and likely won’t have that information for a few weeks. In the meantime, enjoy some of the hard work our contributors have placed into bringing you Android 4.3 and look forward to additional functionality as we move towards M2 and the eventual ‘stable’ release.
The CyanogenMod Team
For more information on the new CyanogenMod 10.2 M1 jump over to the official CyanogenMod website for details.