The Jelly Bean based CM10 custom ROM is one of the most expected firmware by Android users worldwide, as the update is coming with great features and improvements and all for providing a better and smooth Android 4.1 experience. Of course, not all the versions of the update are being recommended, the stable one being suitable for daily use.
Now, if you take a look over the CyanogenMod download website, you can notice that the CM10 stable built is already available for several devices, not to mention that more smartphones are being added to the list as we speak. Anyway, if you can’t find your Android based phone among the CM10 stable supported devices, then stay close as the CyanogenMod team will update the list soon.
Until now, the stable CM10 is available for the Verizon, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Sprint Galaxy S3, LG Optimus Black, Galaxy S2 Skyrocket and AT&T Samsung Captivate. If you want to download the ROM, then you should know that the file is between 150MB and 160MB in size. Also, the OS update will bring features like expandable desktop mode and file manager (root enabled), so it will be hard not to try to install the CM10 custom firmware.
Don’t forget that there are unofficial ports (you can search for the same through our how to section) of the CM10 platform available for many handsets, though these ROMs are usually coming with bugs and things that aren’t working. Therefore, you can anytime test the firmware on your own device, but for receiving the best Android 4.1 experience I recommend you to get the official stable software from the CyanogenMod website.
Stay close as we will bring suitable tutorials for all the mentioned smartphones during the coming days, so that if you don’t know how to flash the ROM, or if you are having problems in finding a complex and detailed guide, we will be the ones to help you out.