CM 10.1 M3 Builds are now available for download

CM 10.1 M3 Android 4.2.2 Builds are now available for download

CyanogenMod 10.1 reached its M3 build with the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as the base operating system. CM is one of the most popular and best alternative to all the stock ROMs that are out there. You can download and install a CM 10.1 M3 build right away and then flash it on your smartphone using the custom Recovery Mode.

CM 10.1 M3 Jelly Bean builds brings numerous tweaks and it is a more stable variant of all the Nightly builds that have been launched since CM10.1 M2 releases. You can will get better stability, improved Google services, keyboard etc. This is one of the most stable updates to CM 10.1 and since this is the 3rd ‘M’ installment we might be in for a full release update that should be ready in the next few weeks.

The current release of the CM10.1 M3 Jelly Bean 4.2.2 ROM works with the following devices: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi, Samsung Galaxy S3 Verizon, Galaxy S3 Sprint, Galaxy S3 T-Mobile, Galaxy S3 MetroPCS, Galaxy S3 Cricket, Galaxy S3 AT&T, Amazon Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD 7inch, Samsung Galaxy S2 SkyRocket, Samsung Galaxy S2 T-Mobile, HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy Note T-Mobile / AT&T, LG Spectrum, LG Optimus L9, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Sprint/ Verizon, Samsung Galaxy Nexus GSM, Google Nexus 7 GSM, Nexus 4, LG Optimus LTE SK Telecom, Google Nexus Q, LG Nitro HD, Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100G, Google Nexus 7 Wi-Fi, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 GSM / WiFi, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 GSM, Samsung Epic 4G, Google Nexus S and Nexus S 4G, Acer Iconia Tab A700.

All these devices needs to be rooted before installing any new custom files.

All these builds are available at CyanogenMod’s download web page here. Remember to save / move the files to your smartphone or tablet and then flash the file using the Custom Recovery mode. Also, you will need to flash the Google Apps file for Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean ROM, as otherwise you won’t be able to benefit from all the Google-based applications.

Test the new release of CyanogenMod’s team and then tell us in comments if it works better than the previous builds.