If you're itching to ROM up your Nexus 10, now's probably the time to start - CyanogenMod 10 nightlies have officially landed for Google's large Nexus slate, available now at the CM website.


Not much else to say about that - other than hoping it'll solve some of the various issues we've been seeing with Android 4.2, like the Nexus 10's delightful little random reboots. Head to the source link to grab it.


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  • Joe

    NICE. Been rocking the Euroskank kangs up until now, but I'll be giving this a shot tonight!

    • coversnails

      Why do custom ROMs always seen to have such awful names ;p

      • Cherokee4Life

        ...I literally just laughed out loud!

  • Rob

    IDK about the random reboots. I've been using CM10 Nightlies with my Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab 2 and it randomly reboots. Not often, but still reboots. I can't compare this against the Nexus 4, 7 or 10 though. How frequent are those reboots?

  • http://twitter.com/ao9news andy o

    FWIW, the Nexus 4's CM 10.1 nightlies have been based on 4.2.1 since the second or third nightly, I guess it was one of the 11/29 builds.