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Hey Note 10.1 owners – ready for some CyanogenMod 10.1 goodness? Great, because it's finally here. The first CM10.1 nightlies are fresh out of the oven for the N8000 (GSM) and N8013 (Wi-Fi) models over at Get.CM as of just a bit ago.

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Definition: A "nightly" is a bleeding edge release that is built on a daily basis, usually at night after a full day's worth of new code has been committed.

It could oftentimes be unstable and not properly tested, lacking any changelogs, but eventually evolving into alphas, betas, release candidates, and finally stable releases.

As always, if you plan on giving 10.1 a try, don't forget to grab the latest GApps.

Note 10.1 GSM (n8000)

Note 10.1 Wi-Fi (n8013)

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, and musician. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6- or 7-string, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • andrew zavala

    so the Note 10.1, the Note 2, the International Note all get 10.1 nightlies, but where is the love for the OG AT&T Note?

    • id10terrordfw

      The AT&T Note 2 is still not supported either... We get to wait.

      • fixxmyhead

        your fault for buying carrier branded phones.

        • id10terrordfw

          I'll stick with my 50-60mbit downloads and much lower latency, thanks though.

          • fixxmyhead

            too bad about those updates huh which are more important cuz afer like 20mbps is there a difference? everything buffers and loads right away so whats the point

          • id10terrordfw

            When you use the hotspot for RDC for work, then yes there is a huge difference. Or do you think everyone uses their device the exact and only way you do?

          • fixxmyhead

            if its for work then updates dont matter.

          • id10terrordfw

            It is still a personal device, and as I am the one who sets the BYOD policies here, custom ROM's are perfectly acceptable.

        • Andrew Dodd

          Even the international LTE devices (N7105, I9305) aren't supported. N7100 barely made it to the "Supported" category. That's what you get for buying an Exynos4 device AFTER all of the maintainers decided they were ditching Samsung.

          • id10terrordfw

            Sadly I can't think of another device that offers as much capability as the Note 2 for AT&T. LTE, 5.5" screen, S-Pen. Perhaps if HTC had the balls to stand up and not let Verizon(worst. carrier. ever.) have an exclusive on the DNA I would have had a better option, but alas, this is all there is for the Death Star.

            Oh, and the work Madmack is doing on the i317 will directly benefit all Exynos4 LTE devices, such as the 7105 and 9305, as a fully working open source audio HAL is really all that is standing in the way of full CM builds for these devices.