August 26, 2012 7:27pm
CyanogenMOD 10, the popular custom ROM based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, is maturing very quickly. Based on the Android Open Source Project, it provides users an alternative to carrier-skinned builds of Android that may be based on older software.
The HTC One X and One S were one of the first devices to have experimental builds of the software shortly after the OS’ release in early July, but now they’ve reached Nightly Build status, which means that they’re officially supported by the CyanogenMOD team.
Everything seems to be working in the latest builds, including video capture which was not accessible until a few days ago. With Jelly Bean you not only get access to detailed notifications for supported apps, but Google Now and Project Butter too.