If you're a fan of CyanogenMod, there's a good chance that flashing nightly builds of the 10.1 release is now damn near second nature. Fortunately, a more stable future is in store for you and your phone, as CyanogenMod has revealed that a final release is close at hand. As a buildup to that point, you'll find that Release Candidate builds are now available for installation. For the uninitiated, CyanogenMod 10.1 is based on Android 4.2.2, and along with many additional features, it serves as a great way to upgrade your device in the case that its manufacturer has given up. Hit the break for the complete list of devices to receive the Release Candidate treatment.

CyanogenMod 10.1 RC1 supported devices

  • a700 (Acer Iconia Tab A700)
  • captivatemtd (Samsung Captivate)
  • crespo (Nexus S)
  • crespo4g (Nexus S 4G)
  • d2att (Samsung Galaxy S III - AT&T)
  • d2cri (Samsung Galaxy S III - Cricket)
  • d2mtr (Samsung Galaxy S III - MetroPCS)
  • d2spr (Samsung Galaxy S III - Sprint)
  • d2tmo (Samsung Galaxy S III - T-Mobile)
  • d2vzw (Samsung Galaxy S III - Verizon)
  • e975 (LG Optimus G - Intl.)
  • endeavoru (HTC One X - Tegra 3)
  • epicmtd (Samsung Epic 4G)
  • galaxysmtd (Samsung Galaxy S)
  • grouper (Nexus 7 - WiFi)
  • hercules (Samsung Galaxy S II - T-Mobile)
  • i9100g (Samsung Galaxy S II - Intl.)
  • maguro (Galaxy Nexus)
  • mako (Nexus 4)
  • manta (Nexus 10)
  • odroidu2
  • otter (Amazon Kindle Fire)
  • otter2 (Amazon Kindle Fire HD)
  • p3100 (Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 - GSM)
  • p3110 (Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 - WiFi)
  • p5100 (Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 - GSM)
  • p5110 (Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 - WiFi)
  • p760 (LG Optimus L9)
  • p880 (LG Optimus 4X HD)
  • p930 (LG Nitro HD / Optimus LTE)
  • quincyatt (Samsung Galaxy Note - AT&T)
  • quincytmo (Samsung Galaxy Note - T-Mobile)
  • skyrocket (Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket)
  • steelhead (Nexus Q)
  • su640 (LG Optimus LTE - SK Telecom)
  • tf700t (Asus Transformer Pad Infinity)
  • tilapia (Nexus 7 - GSM)
  • toro (Galaxy Nexus - Verizon)
  • toroplus (Galaxy Nexus - Sprint)
  • vs920 (LG Spectrum)

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