CyanogenMod 10 will bring Jelly Bean to many

July 5, 2012

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When Google announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean last week at Google IO I'm sure the first thought in most Android fans heads was about when they'll get it. CyanogenMod is one of if not the biggest custom ROM for Android so obviously they have a lot of people asking questions. Today they've confirmed CyanogenMod 10 will be Jelly Bean, and is coming soon.

Now this was pretty much expected, as they've upped their version number to match each new AOSP version of Android, so this shouldn't come as a shock. On a in-depth post over on Google+ CyanogenMod goes into the details explaining that they'll start work on it as soon as possible, and that most if not all CM9 devices will be able to run CM10.

Now obviously they won't push out both at once so after they get a stable CM9 build released (currently a release candidate and really close) they'll move on to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and continue with CM7 and CM10 moving forward. CM7 will continue their Gingerbread devices support while everything else will get pumped up to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Google announced they'll drop the AOSP code for JB later this month after the Nexus 7 starts shipping so hopefully in under a month we'll have some nightly builds of CM10.

The team specifically mentions all the major changes in Ice Cream Sandwich has caused CM9 to be a slow process but they expect CM10 to come together quickly, and be extremely "butter" smooth. I can't wait to try some nightly builds the minute they are possibly ready. Who's with me?

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  • Silver Fang

    Jelly Bean for the Droid 4 would be awesome.

    • Cory Gunther


      • Silver Fang

        They were able to port CM 7 to the Droid 2, locked bootloader and all. Why would the Droid 4 be any different?

      • Cory Gunther

        True, just not easy haha

      • Silver Fang

        Nothing worth doing is.

  • reygeoffrey

    um 4.0 is ICS not jelly bean

    • Cory Gunther

      I never called 4.0 JB…

  • Phillip Martin

    CM9 hasn’t been officially released and it was announced six months ago. Guess we can expect CM10 in 2013

    • James Sugrue

      Just imagine how all the people waiting for CM8 feel.

      • Cory Gunther

        They clearly stated they skipped 8 as Honeycomb was never dropped to AOSP.

        I bet we’ll see CM10 nightly builds early august

  • anish shrestha

    Looking forward for it.

  • Joshua Hayes

    Galaxy tab 10.1 😀

  • Ebrahem Abbass

    xperia mini pro
    i can’t waiiit