CyanogenMod custom ROMs are already spreading for the HTC One smartphone and it has only been several days since the device was officially shipped to various customers worldwide. Users who want to test new Custom ROMs should be happy now, seeing that one of the first tools released is the CM pre-alpha build.
A CyanogenMod 10.1 alpha build is an experimental release and it should be used only for testing purposes. Creating a NANDROID backup is a ‘must-do’ thing, as you will surely restore your device after using this Early Alpha CM 10.1 ROM. This release will help developers create new applications and port new tools from AOSP Android 4.2.2 OS to the HTC One.
The HTC One smartphone is one of the most desired device out there and this is because it packs great hardware specs and software apps that should impress even the most skeptical customers.
CyanogenMod 10.1 Early-Alpha build has some bugs and errors which should be fixed with future releases. It has been posted to XDA thread by ‘h8rift’. The currently working features are the boot, USB, GPS and the touchscreen. The Audio has some problems but it is usable, while the RIL voice/data, WiFi, bluetooth, capacitive lights and some other functions aren’t currently supported. That’s why you should use this ROM for testing purposes only. If you want to find out more you should check the XDA thread here.
It packs a 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 CPU, 4.7 inch Super LCD3 display, 2GB RAM, 32GB or 64GB internal storage, 2300 mAh battery, 4MP UltraPixel camera, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 5.o. These are some of its most important hardware specs which makes it one of the 2013 smartphones. It will also receive HTC-edited Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS upgrade in the next couple of months.
If you want to flash this new CM 10.1 early alpha build for HTC One, then you should proceed with caution. As the developer says, “this build is not yet a daily driver, only flash if have a NANDROID and want to just look at it”. If you don’t know how to flash it, then yo should check this article as we will post a working guide shortly that guides you through the installation process.
Do you plan on installing this ‘early alpha build’ of CM 10.1 or, you’ll wait for a more stable CM 10.1 build to surface for your HTC ONE?