CyanogenMod 10 will only arrive after stable CM 9 is ready, says team
| by Roydon Cerejo |
Ever since Google showed off Jelly Bean and handed out Nexus devices to developers at this year's Google I/O, one question that’s on everyone’s mind is when we can expect a CyanogenMod (CM) custom ROM of Jelly Bean? Given the fact that there isn’t a stable CM9 ROM yet, how much longer would we have to wait before we got some early builds of Jelly Bean? The team posted an update on Google+ that outlines the progress of the build and when can we expect it. In a nutshell, they’ll begin work on CM10, once they are able to release a stable build of CM9. They also mentioned that they do not have their hands on the source code yet, as Google will be announcing that somewhere in the middle of this month. They’ve also clarified that the next version of CyanogenMod will be CM10 since it aligns with the same naming scheme that they’ve followed for past releases. For example, “G” (Gingerbread) is the seventh letter and hence it was CM7, whereas “I” is the ninth letter, hence it’s CM9.
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