I've been running the CM10 nightly builds while I wait for the 10.1 nightlies to come online and for the most part they're fine. One thing I have just noticed is a bit of an issue but I don't know if it's limited to the 24th December nightly.
I installed a theme from the Play Store but when I try to apply it I'm told some things are missing for my device's resolution.
The Galaxy Tab sports a pretty low DPI, so CM builds are shipping with a lowest than normal lcd_density, which causes horrible blurriness. Using the CM10 nightly builds, I can set the lcd_density to 240 and everything's fine.
There are already other builds going around, but here are my current nightly/daily builds of CyanogenMod 10.2 for the i337 variant. I have added support for IR with Dan Pansen's commits. These builds are all from source and built on my own systems. No "build bots".
Hey guys! Official Xoom CM10 Nightlies have been released! I'm not the developer or one in general, I'm just sending out the message.
The latest builds can be found at http://get.cm/?device=wingray&type=nightly.
On a related note though, I've tried both the 9/06 and 9/07 builds and neither were able to boot. I'm just warning you now.
OMG! I have been downloading and flashing every few nightly update for the cm10 official ROM. The last one woke my galaxy s3 att up! It is the fastest I have ever seen, also showing jellybean build 4.1.2 in about screen. The phone seems twice as fast, I have been playing with about a dozen ROMs in the last few weeks and this new nightly is by FAR the best performer I have seen.
i've a galaxy s with Cyanogen Mod 10.1 Nightly intalled and currently up to date.
but i have a problem, my phone sometime reboot and i can't discover the cause of this.
i try to uninstall my apps one by one but with no positive results.
i thought the problem was the CM10.1 because is a nightly rom, so i've installed the stable version of CM10 but the problem appears again.
so now i have
im about to trade in my cm 9 for cm10.1.. mainly for the sake of bluetooth support..
ie.. bluetooth earphones, keyboard, mouse , tethering might be handy at some point.. how many pairings at one time is the max?