The CyanogenMod team has been hard at work building CM10.1 for various devices over the last several weeks, with new devices getting official builds almost daily. Yesterday, we saw 10.1 hit AT&T and T-Mobile's versions of the Galaxy Note and AT&T's S II Skyrocket; today, the first nightly just landed for T-Mo's Galaxy S II, as well.


The device, codenamed Hercules, differs from the rest of the S II family, as it has a Qualcomm processor instead of the Exynos of the other variants. This is likely the reason that it is getting 10.1 builds, while most of the others are stuck on 10, or even 7.

As always, if you plan on flashing this, don't forget to grab the latest Gapps.


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  • Rohin Galhotra

    There is an error in this article--it says most variants of the S II family is stuck on cm 10 or even 7--this is not true. I know for a fact all of the variants actually close to the Intl version (GT-9100, SGH-i777, etc) already have CM 10.1. For example, the ATT version (non-Skyrocket), the Straight Talk and most of the MVNO versions have 10.1.

  • Choni

    actually weeklies have been coming for the Tmo S2 since the beginning of the year, just waiting on the Stable 10.1