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CyanogenMod 10.1, based on Android 4.2.2, has reached Release Candidate 1 status!

Announced on the CyanogenMod blog, the RC1 build represents what is likely to be the last milestone build before the full 10.1.0 release.

Head on over to the download page to see if your device is supported and download a build (or perhaps download an nightly if it's not yet fully supported). Don't forget you'll need to download a GApps package too to get your full Google-enhanced experience back.

Let us know which device you are flashing CM on and what you think of the CM 10.1 release!


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Had the 10.1 nightlies on my Nexus 4 from day 1. Thanks to CyanDelta I can even crack flash every day when not in WiFi range!
It's been totally stable for me for months. Apart from a very occasional bluetooth issue I've not had any problems at all. The PIE integration, extended desktop, status bar tweaks etc make this the best ROM by far. Glad it's going RC.

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I've been using a cm10.1 kang on my Sensation for a few days now, having come from ICS. Been mighty impressed with it, and that's high praise indeed as I quite like Sense!!!

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Nice!
I've been running Paranoid Android for the last bit (and really enjoying it). Hadn't seen Cyandelta so thanks for the tip.
Now that CM 10.1 has Pie magic [Breville?] and sounds stable enough I'll give it a whirl!

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Prefer AOKP to be honest, better options, more features. But then CM does support a greater number of devices.

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I ran PAC on my Xperia Ray, which had features from Paranoid Android, others from Cyanogenmod and others from AOKP. Great, but tbh it left me a bit jumbled up as to what was from which! With the addition of Pie to cyanogenmod it sounds like there's a bit of cross pollination going on


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Great news. But my device is not getting this release.

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And now RC2 is out

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