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CyanogenMod 9 Goes Stable, Focus Now Switches To CyanogenMod 10

CyanogenMod 9 Samsung Galaxy Note

If your Android handset is supported by the CyanogenMod team, you can now download a stable version of the CyanogenMod 9 operating system — based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. That means you can now flash the latest software without having to worry about stability issues, or frequently updating your nightly builds or release candidates.

With a stable release now ready, this marks the end of CM9 development, according to the CyanogenMod team. While there may be patches for major bugs in future, the focus has now switched to CyanogenMod 10, which is based upon Android 4.1 Jelly Bean — Google’s latest Android release.

Stable CM9 releases are now available to most Android handsets support by the CyanogenMod team, but it notes that there are some “stragglers” that will be catching up over the next few days. You can see whether it’s ready for your handset here: get.cm.

[via Android Central]


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