Before some days, we came to know that CyanogenMod 10.1’s nightly build for Galaxy S4 has been launched for the people who are having this great device. It was the great achievement of the CyanogenMod team that now it had released CM10.1 for a selective device. Some long-time users would be well versed that the software released now will be a version dropped rather than to its final release. So, there could not be found any major issues in it and it is pleasing to know that CM10.1’s final release is coming soon.
The team of CyanogenMod took a lot of effort and time in designing every new version of CyanogenMod for all of the general users including a lot of nightly builds and the people who were willing volunteers. Now it seems more enthusiasm and zest in the people with the release of CM10.1. The release candidate of today will surely appease the people who are not able to handle the less stable devices.
As compared to the previous versions, it is much smoother and cleaner and you will not see any extra stuff into it. Undoubtedly you will not only find it the aftermarket firmware, but also a lighter and having functional experience.
Through an announcement, the team explained the term “Release Candidate” in the following words.
“We haven’t used the ‘Release Candidate’ nomenclature since the ICS days, but we feel the 10.1 branch is quickly approaching the point where a ‘final’ build is due. To prepare for that eventuality, RCI builds for CyanogenMod 10.1.0 are now landing on our servers!”.
The team also explains in the releasing note that before the release of CM10.1.0, the RCI release would be sure the final release. So, the users who would like to be involved need to check their device for compatibility and they would get flashed before long. It seems to support most of the general devices and a link of the complete list of supported devices can be found below.
Download CyanogenMod 10.1 RC1 4.2.2
The users can download CyanogenMod 10.1 RC1 Android 4.2.2 for a lot of renowned devices including Galaxy Nexus, HTC One X, Nexus 4, Galaxy S3 and many more.