While folks are now craving the Android 4.2 flavor of Jelly Bean, those of you faithful to CyanogenMod will be happy to know that the custom ROM finally has a stable build of Jelly Bean to sink your teeth into. It’s a long time coming, but if you know CyanogenMod then you know they don’t like to put the stable stamp on something until it’s just that — stable.
Many devices are receiving treatment today, though some have been delayed due to some build issues that the CyanogenMod team is working to eradicate. Regardless, if your favorite device was in line for Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean then you should have this treat in a matter of hours.
I know, I know — it’s tough to get excited when you know other developers are going to turn the Android 4.2 code around almost right away, but the stability of the CM experience should prove more valuable for those who don’t want to stray from what they know best. The CyanogenMod servers look to be getting hammered right now as folks are likely checking for news about the team’s plans on getting 4.2 out, but if you happen to get a download going be sure to let us know how you’re liking CM10 after you’re finished flashing it.
[CyanogenMod, Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]
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