The CyanogenMod 10 Stable ROM is now available to be used for Android Jelly Bean operating systems. The list of devices that this version of the most popular aftermarket build is available for includes the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the Galaxy SII, HTc Evo 4G and the LG Optimus Black. Stepping away from mobile smartphones and moving on to tablets powered by Android Jelly Bean, we also have the latest CM10 build included for Galaxy Nexus and the Nexus 7 Slate.


CyanogenMod is growing ever popular, and now with CM 10 available for selected Android Jelly Bean devices, record numbers have been seen using the aftermarket build. There’s two main reasons for this. The first is because — like most aftermarket Android things –- it’s really simple to use and doesn’t take a know it all to get the job done. The second reason can be credited to how highly customizable the firmware is.

CyanogenMod 10

 The firmware continues where it left off with this latest aftermarket firmware too. Once users go and grab the latest build they can then treat themselves to an all new file system management tool as well as the intriguing expandable desktop feature.

While the release is limited with the list of devices, you can be sure to expect a bunch more coming available for this firmware in the coming weeks so sit tight. If you are one of the lucky ones and your device was mentioned above in the first paragraph, you can head over to the website to download your official CM 10 stable build ROM for Android for the worlds favourite Android version, the Jelly bean.

Of course, you will need a rooted device is you are to download this latest version. If you have not yet done so you can check out our root section and find the right guide for your device.

Download the CM10 stable ROM for Android Jelly Bean here.