Most custom ROMs require separate builds for separate carrier variants - one for an international model, one for an AT&T model, one for a Verizon model, and so on. CyanogenMod is trying to consolidate some of its most popular builds so that a single ROM ZIP file will work across several various device variants. Last month the CM team combined three HTC One builds, and today they're doing the same for Samsung's Galaxy S III, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Note 3.
More device variants go through unification process. d2, hlte, and jf-unified go live tomorrow! http://t.co/6riYIhNHfy
— CyanogenMod (@CyanogenMod) February 18, 2014
Now the AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US Cellular, Cricket Wireless, and MetroPCS builds for the Qualcomm-powered Galaxy S III are all being unified under the "d2lte" designation.Read More