The latest release of CyanogenMod is out and it expands the list of device supported by the after market firmware. CyanogenMod 10.1 M2 release is based on Android 4.2.2 and the latest development brings support for the Nexus family and few other popular smartphones.
The second release of Cyanogen’s M version brings some new features
as well, such as wireless display and daydream support. Furthermore,
CyanogenMod 10.1 also squashes a ton of bugs that were reported by users
of the nightlies and the developmental firmware is quite stable now.
The list of devices compatible with CyanogenMod 10.1 follows:
• Acer Iconia a700
• Google Nexus S (crespo, crespo4g)
• Google Nexus 7 (grouper, tilapia)
• Google Galaxy Nexus (toro, toroplus, maguro)
• Google Nexus 4 (mako)
• Google Nexus 10 (manta)
• Google Nexus Q (steelhead)
• Hardkernel Odroid-U2
• HTC One X (evita)
• HTC Incredible 4G LTE (fireball)
• HTC Evo 4G LTE (jewel)
• HTC One S (ville)
• LG Nitro HD (p930)
• LG Optimus LTE (su640)
• LG Spectrum (vs920)
• Samsung Galaxy S (captivatemtd, galaxysbmtd, galaxysmtd, epicmtd)
• Samsung Galaxy S II (i9100g, Hercules, skyrocket)
• Samsung Galaxy S III (US variants d2att, d2cri, d2mtr, d2spr, d2tmo, d2vzw)
• Samsung Note (quincytmo, quincyatt)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0 (p3100,p3110)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (p5100, p5110)
The custom ROMs for the above devices can be found on the official CyanogenMod website.
Keep in mind that the flashing process involves some risk and would
void your phone’s warranty, so proceed with the instructions only if you
are sure about what you are doing.