CM 10.1 M is a monthly build, available only for some devices. And now the CyanogenMod has rolled out the M-series for more devices, fortunately. Usually the M-series is a more stable build, which is released once a month, unlike the nightly builds.
Please note that it’s not a stable build, so it might still have bugs or issues of any kind. The build released today is based on Jelly Bean MR1 and is available for the following devices: Samsung Captivate, Samsung Google Nexus S ( and Nexus S 4G ), US Samsung Galaxy S3 ( AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon & others ), Asus Google Nexus 7, Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG Google Nexus 4, Samsung Google Nexus 10, ODroidU2, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3100 and P3110, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5100 and P5110.
It’s a really good news for device owners to see that the CyanogenMod team is able to work on so many models at the same time. We will probably seen very stable builds soon for the listed devices, as they are now supported officially.
If you decide to try these builds, use the search function or the device picker on our website, because we are currently working on guides on how to install CM 10.1 M on all listed devices. Until then you can head over to CyanogenMod’s download website and get your CM 10.1 M build if you know how to flash it on your device.
If you encounter any bugs, make sure to file them through the bug tracker, so they can fix them faster.
CyanogenMod is the most popular custom ROM for Android and it has proven to be very powerful in terms of stability and mods. It has a lot of neat features and the stable builds can be used as a daily driver without any problem.
Are you going to try the CM 10.1 M on your device ? If you do, please let us know how it works. We are currently installing it on all our devices and we’re going to share the opinions with you.