Another day, another set of CM10.1 nightlies for some currently aging handsets. Well, maybe not that aging, but the point remains: new nightlies are here for the LG Optimus L9 and U.S. Cellular's LTE variants of the Galaxy Note II.

Update: Looks like the unlocked LTE variant of the SIII (i9305) just got its first experimental nightly, as well.



If you just can't stand not having stock Android, have been dreaming of CyanogenMod 10.1 for your device, or some other thing related to flashing this ROM, the time is here. Keep in mind that these are nightlies, so there may be some software quirks, though I've generally found these types of builds to be stable enough for everyday use.

If you plan on giving either of these a flash, make sure to grab the latest GApps for your device – otherwise you'll have a Google-less Android phone. I shudder at the very thought.

Optimus L9 (p760)

US Cellular Note II (SCH-R950)

Cameron Summerson
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  • Abhijeet Mishra

    I heard LG enabled the ability to unlock the bootloader on the L9 with the Jelly Bean update, and actually updated it less than four months. Could LG be changing for the better? Would be great if they were, would make their devices an option for me going forward if someday I decide to go non-Nexus. o_0

    • TY

      Maybe they learned something from Nexus 4!

  • Gunny Wallen

    Meanwhile the phone the nexus 4 is based on, the Optimus G is still on ICS on at&t something about this is just wrong.

  • http://twitter.com/videomap videomap

    Cyanogemod 10.1 on Galaxy S 3 GT-i9305 LTE 2GB RAM is super fast. Fucking Awesome.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dana.a.sorensen1 Dana Alan

    I just rooted my lg spectrum (and unlocked the bootloader--although I'm still not clear on what this does for me) and flashed CyanogenMod 10.1. My spectrum on Android 4.2.2 is amazing.