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There's a lot happening in the CyanogenMod world this morning. First and most importantly, the AT&T variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4 now has official CyanogenMod 10.1 (Android 4.2) support, following the T-Mobile and Canadian versions. According to this Google+ post, supporting the AT&T S4 was simply a matter of patching a previous build. One nightly ROM is available at the time of writing, with more stable releases sure to follow soon.

jflteatt

m7ul

Now, onto the other 800 pound gorilla of the current Android market, the HTC One. The CyanogenMod team has adjusted the codenames of the international, Sprint, and T-Mobile versions of the One. Sprint's One is m7spr instead of the more obtuse m7wls, and the T-Mobile version has been broken out into a more distinct page at m7tmo. The international builds are now codenamed m7ul, instead of simply m7. That's technically a split for the GSM version, but new ROM builds will be posted on the m7ul page.  We're still not sure if or when the AT&T CyanogenMod HTC One 10.1 build will be come available.

CyanogenMod 10.1 downloads:

Samsung Galaxy S4

HTC One

Update: The first nightly for that HTC One on AT&T, which CyanogenMod has predictably christened m7att, is live on the ROM download page. Get it here.

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Nitroz

    It's also the case with the i9505 (international LTE S4) getting CM booting on it. All you need to do is patch the Meta-INF file and flash. Everything works. So I'd expect that to get nightlies fairly soon.

    Exynos, on the other hand will be a mess.

  • Adam

    What about the Sprint SGS4? Are they doing anything with that?

    • faceless128

      Nightlies for the Sprint SGS4 (jfltespr) are supposedly going to start tomorrow (June 1)

      • Xda Garwynn

        Along with Verizon and US Cellular. One of the benefits of having maintainers on this in short order.

  • PhoenixPath

    Now if we could only get BT in-call audio working well. This is really the biggest reason I want the HTC One Google Edition.

    Who cares if anyone buys it? CM and AOKP and the rest could use the source to take care of some of the outstanding hardware issues they are having. Honestly, HTC and Sammy don't even need to sell these devices, just give us 100% functional AOSP source and our devs will take care of the rest. '-)

    • http://jordanhotmann.com/ Jordan Hotmann

      I doubt they'll post the source...someone's going to have to buy one and do a system dump. But that should be sufficient.

      • PhoenixPath

        From everything I have read so far, Google will own the "Nexus editions" re: AOSP source and updates.

        So yeah, we'd have access to the source and updates would be pushed through Google. (Updates pushed from Google have been confirmed by Google for the HTC one, which would seem to imply that they will be handling the source as well.)

        Obviously, they would be providing the binaries for any proprietary hardware as they currently do for Nexus devices, allowing devs to build their own AOSP for the device from source using them.

  • BAM1789

    Did you mean the ATT One 10.1 build in the last sentence?

    • Jeremiah Rice

      Sure did, thanks.

      • blunden

        The AT&T device can probably still use the m7_ul version. Users might have to manually set the correct APN and such things though. We are looking into solving it in a better way though.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

          They just added the m7att one.

  • Wick

    When will something for sprint optimus g come out

  • hector

    will this unlock my sim card to allow me to use a different phone provider or no?

  • Tom Castello

    Anyone know if you have the Developers HTC One if you would want to use the GSM version or the AT&T version of the Cyanogen ROM? I mean when I ordered it I selected AT&T for the carrier but it's technically just a GSM phone that is unlocked that I can take to any other GSM carrier so I'm confused and no one seems to know what to do. Whats the difference?

  • Protoss

    Beats Audio supported? if not, then this Rom is useless.