The developers of the awesome CyanogenMod 10 have this week announced that nightly builds are now available for a range of Android smartphones and tablets, including Google’s Nexus and Nexus 7 devices.
The mod allows some users to gain access to Google’s latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system before the handset makers makers it available and the Jelly Bean is officially released on those devices.
The full list of devices receiving the CyanogenMod 10 was published via Google+ and includes US SGS3 variants, Galaxy Nexus variants, Nexus S varaints, Nexus 7, Transformer and Transformer Prime, SGS1 variants (Vibrant, Captivate, International, and i9000b), SGS2 i9100g and P3 and P5 tablets.
CyanogenMod explains: “CM9 nightly builds for devices that don’t receive a CM10 nightly will continue (for the meantime) but we are changing the timing on them to be once a week instead (aka weeklies).”
Source: Android Authority