CyanogenMod 10 (CM10) will be Jelly Bean; should work on 2011 Xperia devices and beyond

by XB on 6th July 2012

in Android, Firmware


CyanogenModCyanogenMod has given the first details on their port to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. They confirmed that the next major version of CyanogenMod incorporating Jelly Bean will be called CyanogenMod 10 (CM10). Sony Xperia users will be glad to hear that as long as your phone was capable of running CM9 (with 512MB RAM) then you should have no problems running CM10.

As always with CyanogenMod, there is no ETA (and never will be), but they haven’t yet got hands on with the source code, so we’d assume it is still a while away. Despite this, the move from Android 4.0 (CM9) to Android 4.1 (CM10) is likely to be less painful than that from Android 2.3 (CM7) to Android 4.0 (CM9). The CyanogenMod team also confirmed that once CM 9.0.0 is stable they will then work on CM7 and CM10 only going forwards.

  • Osas1

    fuck them all, i bet ya after 6months, sony will come out with another excuse dat it wouldnt support phones such as xperia play right, they make promise and they never keep to it,Ericsson please come back

  • Subnikek

    You Sir are seriously misinformed or u choose to.

  • naathaanS

    +1

  • lovebmw

    hahahaha, i think this person was commenting on a different page.  +1

  • AsadMulla

    CM have no affiliation with Sony or Ericsson.
    wrong post maybe?

  • Ecnelis

    Let’s just hope he’s mistaken as his post is so stupid.

  • Ido

    Maybe he is just saying that, sony will tell us that these phones would not support jelly bean as an excuse to not update

  • mukmuk

    The only reason why Sony said it wouldn’t support cause no NFC

  • Aaaand… You’ve been proven right!

  • someone

    could you tell me if it works in xperia neo v

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