Tag Archives: nightly

CyanogenMod Serving Its Own Flavor Of Pie

So, the screenshot I show above isn’t actually CyanogenMod Pie, but some Paranoid Android Pie.  But, beginning yesterday, March 25th, “the two patches that enable this functionality were merged” so we should see this in upcoming CM nightlies.  I used Pie back when it was first implemented in PA, and loved the look of my Galaxy Nexus with an expanded… Read more

Official CM10.1 Nightlies Out For Nexus 7 Plus Others

I’ve been waiting for this day for a while.  There have been unofficials out there, but the CyanogenMod developers have finally released the first CM10.1 nightly for the Nexus 7 (grouper).  Also, CM10.1 nightlies have also been released today for the Galaxy Nexus (maguro) and ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity (tf700t).  You may have a different opinion,… Read more

Nexus 10 Gets Its First CyanogenMod 10 Nightly

Following the release of the first Nexus 4 CyanogenMod 10 nightly, the Nexus 10 gets the same treatment. Its first nightly is now live, so hit the source link and grab it if you have an unlocked Nexus 10 and can’t wait to improve functionality. Do so at your own risk of course. But it should be a welcome improvement over stock 4.2, considering how……. Read more

Acer Iconia Tab A700 Get Its Own CyanogenMod 10 Nightlies

Acer’s Iconia Tab A700 may not be the most popular tablet in the world, but that’s not stopping the CyanogenMod team from bringing it nightlies. The tablet is now supported for nightlies, and while it may already be on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, those nightlies are sure to bring some performance increases and new features. If you own an Iconia Tab A700… Read more

CyanogenMod10 Adds SMS Pop-Up, Quick Reply Features To Nightlies

CyanogenMod fans take note as some brand new features are being introduced into the new CyanogenMod 10 nightlies. First up is QuickMessage, displaying a pop-up when you get an IM, allowing you to view or reply on the spot. Second, CM10 adds “quick reply,” letting you disable the pop-up and instead reply directly from the notification… Read more

HP TouchPad now has CyanogenMod 9 nightly builds

The webOS-based TouchPad may have lost official support from HP, but that isn’t stopping the Android community. CyanogenMod 9 for the TouchPad has brought the latest Android version to the dead tablet, in the form of unstable alphas. All of this was done by the official CyanogenMod team, but other ROM developers are now stepping in. The latest alpha now… Read more