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It's that time again! Earlier this morning, the latest M-Series releases from CyanogenMod began rolling out. At the time of this post, no official list has been posted of devices that will receive the M3 blessing, but new builds will be rolling out as they are ready. This will be the first M release pre-loaded with Koush's Superuser app.

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Update: We're hearing reports of the SIII builds causing some issues (bootlooping, etc.), so if you plan on flashing it, tread carefully.

Supported Devices (so far):

  • Google Nexus 4
  • Google Galaxy Nexus (gsm, Verizon, Sprint)
  • Google Nexus S
  • Google Nexus S 4G
  • Google Nexus 7 (wifi and 3g)
  • Google Nexus Q
  • Samsung Galaxy Note (AT&T, T-Mobile US)
  • Samsung Galaxy S III (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile US, Verizon, Metro PCS)
  • Samsung Galaxy S II (G, T-Mobile US, AT&T LTE)
  • Samsung Epic 4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1"
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7" (wifi and 3g)
  • HTC One X
  • Hardkernel ODROID-U2
  • LG Nitro HD / Optimus LTE
  • LG Optimus LTE (SKT)
  • LG Optimus L9
  • LG Spectrum
  • Acer Iconia A700

If you already have an older version of CM running on your device, go to Settings -> About phone -> CyanogenMod updates -> Check for Updates. For anybody just getting started with CM, hit the download site and look for your model. Again, builds for different devices will be rolling out for a while, so keep checking back if yours hasn't been published yet.

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Cody Toombs
Cody is a Software Engineer and Writer with a mildly overwhelming obsession with smartphones and the mobile world. If he’s been pulled away from the computer for any length of time, you might find him talking about cocktails and movies, sometimes resulting in the consumption of both.

  • LAKAME

    No love for the international G Note :'(

  • Eric Long

    What is a M-series release?

    • Chronus719

      Monthly release. More stable than the nightlies, if you're not concerned about having the latest features (and potentially the latest bugs).

      • JimJam707

        A Monthly build will have as many bugs as the nightly built on the same day, it just no builds are built for a device if they are buggy at the moment.

        • Chronus719

          See my response to Zac Taccardi.

        • http://twitter.com/Bobby_Phoenix Bobby Phoenix

          Normal nightlies are compiled automatically. If it compiles it gets posted. M builds are a version of a nightly that is picked out, and manually compiled with a more or less hand picked set of features for a more stable daily use build (Except for this month as you can see the S3 kind of went the opposite way with this M build).

  • Derail Doax

    Lol link tricked. I totally clicked on the Galaxy S 3 name expecting to go to the Cyanogenmod GS3 forum but ended up at Amazon. Then clicked the Optimus L9 and ended up at Wirefly.

    • Iggy

      Same here....LOLz

  • nick s

    which version of android is CM on? 4.2?

    • Ev

      Yep, 4.2.2

    • LAKAME

      Depends on the device. The highest is 4.2.2.

      • nick s

        vz gnex

        • Nowai

          D2VZW (SGS3) is on 4.2.2 with CM10.1 M2. Logically, this one should be 4.2.2 as well, but looks like it's broken

      • nick s

        thanks

  • mechapathy

    The question is, when will this be available on the oven from CES? Stock firmware has a bug where ovendoor.apk constantly force closes.

  • Zak Taccardi

    why is an M-release less likely to be buggy than a nightly? Isn't it just a snapshot of the current CM code roughly every month?

    • Chronus719

      Because it's already about a week old from the most recent nightly. They freeze any changes to it and work on stabilizing the build for everyday use.

      • Zak Taccardi

        ah I see. Thanks!

  • Mark Roehl

    Arg. Bricked my verizon galaxy s3

    • Nowai

      Heyo, good to know!

    • http://twitter.com/aaronstuder Aaron Studer

      Mine too! Any one know how to fix? Besides flashing back to factory?

  • power_pizza

    Wouldn't boot on my Telus (ATT) Galaxy S3. Other S3 versions reporting the same issue. Do not flash this version

    • power_pizza

      UPDATE: Re-flashed today (April 12) and everything appears to be working.

  • Russ Brown

    Looks like the S3 builds have been pulled, and I don't see any announcement about the release on either the site or G+ feed.

    • Scott

      That's never a good sign.

      • http://twitter.com/aaronstuder Aaron Studer

        Fuck. Updater had me update, and now I have a brick =( Do I have to flash back to stock?

    • ANdy

      They're back up and working now.

      • Nowai

        Any further confirmation?

        • Russ Brown

          Yeah, I see it there now, but I'd really like someone else to be the canary and let us know it's safe before I try it. :)

        • Russ Brown

          PSA: I decided to go ahead and be that canary (d2tmo), and it worked fine.

          Of course, YMMV... ;)

          • Nowai

            I took the plunge last night as well ~12 hours ago. Upgrade done without a hitch (d2vzw).

  • Guest

    If At&T LTE = skyrocket mine doesn't show any 10.3 update. Anyone else?

    • jpfrasier

      I got mine around lunchtime today.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000620854668 Mohammed Hamdy

    can i flash the s2 in the article to the international version or what

    • Glen

      Same question

  • http://twitter.com/GiulianoBR GiulianoBR

    Why there's no official announcement from Cyanogenmmod yet? Not in Twitter, G+ or Official Blog ....

  • egu3w

    A bootloop is NOT a brick people...

  • Chris

    Don't flash with galaxy s3 it's very unstable.