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Install Android 4.2.2 CM 10.1 Nightly ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100


Wednesday 20th of February 2013 / android.gs
CM10.1 ROM has now integrated the Android 4.2.2 in its Nightlies and you can use the instructions listed in this post in order to learn how to successfully update your I9100 SGS2. Read the entire post and you will make sure that the new ROM will install at your first attempt.This new CM10.1 Nightly build comes with the Android 4.2.2 firmware and it will fix some small errors with the radios and WiFi. Also, it includes tweaks and improvements for the overall CyanogenMod UI. In order to make sure that you successfully update your phone with this ROM, read the guidelines listed below:Use this tutorial only with the Samsung Galaxy S2 model number I9100. This guide won’t work with any other smartphone and you shouldn’t attempt to use it on any other Android device.Your phone should be running the stock Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean ROM or on a previous build of the CM 10.1 Nightlies ROM.The SGS2 should be rooted and running a custom Recovery image (TWRP / CWM). I’m using the CWM Recovery mode for this post, which is very similar to TWRP and you should be able to complete the
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Sony Xperia ZL got its first CM 10.1 Nightly build released today


Monday 15th of April 2013 / android.gs
CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies are now officially available for the Sony Xperia ZL. It is the first build designed by the CM team and it is the latest device that joins the multitude of devices that are already sporting CM 10.1 Nightly builds. This build is based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and it works with rooted Sony Xperia ZL devices.CM 1o.1 Nightlies is an experimental release and it cannot be considered a ‘stable’ build, which is why it should be used only by advanced users. It requires a rooted device and a custom Recovery installed. Without these requirements you cannot install the custom ROM. Such custom operating systems are usually featuring the latest Android features and functions.Installing this new custom ROM you will get all the CyanogenMod features and one of the best AOSP-based Anroid 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS for your Sony Xperia ZL. This OS has been created and released by the CyanogenMod team, which is one of the most popular teams currently working on releasing some of the best Android 4.2 Jelly Bean builds. After the installation of the custom OS is completed
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Update HTC One X to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean CM 10.1 Nightly ROM


Wednesday 20th of February 2013 / android.gs
CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly ROM is now available for the HTC One X and you can use this guide to install it. Read all the info and you should be able to complete the tutorial installation with success in under five minutes.Before starting the update you should read the preparation guide below. Make sure that you’re an advanced Android user and that you know what you’re doing. Here’s what you need to know:Use this guide only with the HTC One X phone.The HTC One X you’re about to update needs an unlocked bootloader, it has to be rooted and running a custom Recovery image, TWRP or CWM. I’ve used the CWM Recovery one.Create a NANDROID backup of your current ROM before getting to the tutorial. This will be very helpful in case you cannot boot the phone into normal mode after installing CM10.1 nightly OS.You can create backups of the Call Logs info, SMS and other similar data using these files: SMS backup & restore | Call Logs backup & restore | APN Settings Backup & Restore | AppBack for Android application. Such data will be removed by the &#
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Update Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 to Official CM 10.1 Nightly Build (Android 4.2.1-based ROM)


Thursday 10th of January 2013 / android.gs
Samsung Galaxy S3 has received its own official CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly Build and now you can easily learn how to install it by using the instructions in this post. This is an official CM 10.1 nightly build and it would be better if you would install it on a stock Android 4.1.x or even 4.2 Jelly Bean device. Read the entire post and make sure that you don’t skip any steps that I have listed.The CyanogenMod 10.1 is based on the latest Google OS, Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean and it packs all of its stock features. All bloatware has been removed and there is simply a vanilla / AOSP Android OS with a couple of other CM-based functions. Despite the fact that it is almost 100& functional, there are some components that aren’t working such as the Camera Recording effects, Touch-to-focus in Camera with the enabled Flashlight, Bluetooth audio streaming is lagging and the FM Radio works only with an app from the Google Play Store. TV Out is also not supported and it will never work with CM builds. Also, exFAT ext SD cards will not work with CyanogenMod 10.1 builds and you will hav
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Install CM 10.1 Nightly ROM Jelly Bean ROM for the Sony Xperia Z (Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Custom ROM)


Tuesday 16th of April 2013 / android.gs
CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies builds are now available for the Sony Xperia Z smartphones. Learn how to install this custom ROM on your water-resistant smartphone with this tutorial.Sony Xperia Z has been launched some time ago and the CM team began working on their own variant of CM 10.1 ROM, a very popular operating system for all users who want to get rid of bloatware and other software and, instead, enjoy the AOSP Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS.At the moment, the Xperia Z comes with Android 4.1 JB and since the CM 10.1 Nightlies are based on Android 4.2.2 JB, then you might be tempted to upgrade your device. However, note that the Nightly build means that this custom ROM is not a final release and not very stable. There are tons of new features and more tweaks to be added to CM 10.1 before we can consider it to be a viable alternative to Xperia Z original ROM. Nightly Builds for Xperia Z will be released on a daily basis, this will continue until the CM 10.1 will hit Final version. In order to make sure that you successfully flash this custom ROM for your smartphone, then you should rea
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Flash Official M1 build of CM 10.1 ROM on Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100G


Thursday 24th of January 2013 / android.gs
Samsung Galaxy S2 model number I9100G received its own version of CM10.1 M1 build and you can learn how to install it using the instructions that I’ve listed in this article.The CyanogenMod 10.1 M1 ROM has been launched for the I9100G variant of Galaxy S2 and it brings the latest Android 4.2.1 firmware along with all features of CM10.1 Nightlies builds. This is a ROM that is much more stable than the Nightly builds and it is for users who wish to experience a stock Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean experience.It features all latest Jelly Bean features such as the improved Google Now, Swipe-like keyboard, New lockscreen and camera functions, etc. There are many new features and if you want to install it then you should read the guidelines below first: Use this guide only with the Samsung Galaxy S2 model number I9100G. Do not attempt to install it on the I9100 variant as it won’t work. Also, don’t flash the files on any other Android device.Your phone should be rooted and running a Custom Recovery image such as CWM or TWRP. We will use CWM recovery in this guide.Use the CWM (C
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Difficulties regarding flashing of CM 10.1 nightly


Thursday 04th of April 2013 / androidforums.com
Hey guys. I am having some problems and have some questions i'd like to ask.If you are willing to help me that would be awesome!This is the problem i've been having:I have a samsung galaxy s 2 GT-I9100I want to flash the latest nightly build of CM 10.1First off I want to give you some info:The version i am currently running is android 2.3.3Buildnumber: GINGERBREAD.XWKG1Kernel version: 2.6.35.7-g1e46077atinm@wolverine #1 (Pretty sure not the stock kernel)baseband-version: I9100XXKI4I used to run CM7.3 stable but I can't find that version anymore.My latest backup has an md5 mismatch which i don't know how to fix.My home button is broken so i can only get into recovery mode using rom manager.The version i am currently running after a factory reset is a weird version of the stock firmware provided by samsung.The vibration doesn't work in that version as well as the wifi, lockscreen pattern, and 2g power saving mode, and i don't get that sort of Samsung animation when booting. However the phone is still useable for phone calls, texting, whatsapp and every other app I installed so far.I am
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Nexus 4 gets its first taste of CM 10.1 nightly builds


Wednesday 28th of November 2012 / talkandroid.com
Proud owner of a Nexus 4? Tired of waiting for Cyanogenmod? Good news! The CM team has rolled out their first nightly build based on Android 4.2. You’ll have to be rooted to install it, of course, and it’s important to remember that nightly builds may not always be perfectly stable, but it’s great to see the next generation of CM taking shape. Hit the download link below to get started.source: Cyanogenmod» See more articles by Jared Peters//
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CM 10.1 Nightly Data Issue and /0/0/0/0 folder


Wednesday 19th of December 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
So I updated from AOKP Build 5 to CM10.1 yesterday and my data connection just refuses to connect. After about 4 or 5 attempts and reflashing and full data wiping I gave up and went back to AOKP5. The only problem is now my directory structure is nested in a folder /0/0/0/0/0/sdcard ...... I'm guessing this has to do with the reflashing of 4.2.1 and profiles? Has anyone else had either issue or know how to fix them?
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No data after CM-10.1 nightly


Monday 17th of June 2013 / androidforums.com
I don't know if it too early to expect custom ROMs to be available and working, but I found that CM-10.1 has some out there.Anyway, I used motochopper to root and then GooManager to install TWRP.I did a full backup, then wipe cache, dalvic cache and wipe factory in TWRP. Then flashed the latest nightly from CM.No issues were noticed during the above steps, but I do not get a data connection once booted. No 4G, 3G....nothin.Any thoughts?
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