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Official CM10 Nightlies Available for 4G and WiFi Motorola XOOM Models, Never Say Die

The Motorola XOOM, the original Android tablet, launched Honeycomb as an operating system a while back. Today, the CyanogenMod team is gracing the two models of the device with nightlies for Jelly Bean. This proves that in this fast-paced mobile market, you can still build a quality piece of hardware that can get support for a while down the road.

CM10 is slowly making its way onto more and more devices so it might not be long until we see an official build out for the XOOM. If you are looking to download the Android 4.1 goodness for your tablet right now, hit the links below and get to flashing.

4G XOOM | WiFi XOOM

  • http://twitter.com/RichNahra Rich Nahra

    What’s taking Pete so long? That’s what i want to know.

  • Charles

    Purchasing the 4G XOOM is the worst regret of my life, other than my Celine Dion tattoo.

  • baldypal

    I’ve been rocking WiFi Xoom since day 1. And I don’t care what you say, I consider it a “nexus” device even though it doesn’t have the word in its name. It’ll have support for many Android OS generations to come. No doubt. Straight vanilla android and no tampering. That’s at the heart of a nexus.

  • Daniel Clifford

    Touchpad next??

  • http://twitter.com/canned_peas Dan Pease

    i hadnt seen this boot animation yet. quite sexy.

  • Adam Cox

    I’ve had my xoom from day 1 (WiFi) and never felt the need to root since it got timely updates, and always worked fine…..

    Having said that, once CM10 is official I may have to finally root. Already rocking cm10 on my nexus S. might at well.

  • LG71

    I thought XOOM wifi already has JB

    • kixofmyg0t

      It does. The devs are a bit overwhelmed porting things for so many devices I think.

    • Adam Cox

      it does.

  • azndan4

    It is still a turd

    • moorecha

      It WAS a turd. Since JB it actually feels quiet nice and is a great tablet that gets updates immediately. I got it at a great price early ($300 when it first came out) and it was fun, but crappy at first, at least compared to the iPad. Now it’s better than it ever was. It is heavy but works great.

      • Adam Cox

        Was a turd….
        but I’d say since 3.2 it’s been pretty stable.
        ICS made it a beast
        JB made it even better.

  • MichaelFranz

    Kellex – you said ”
    This proves that in this fast-paced mobile market, you can still build a quality piece of hardware that can get support for a while down the road.” Was that a gentle poke at something lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=63206885 Matt Virus

    team EOS has been rolling JB nightlies for well over a month now.

    • MichaelFranz

      Yea but i had some stability issues with them. I am running the CM10 nightly now, a vast difference IMO

    • kixofmyg0t

      They have indeed, I have been very disappointed with them. I think im done with Team EoS.

      • G0D

        Sorry to say,but if your having issues with Team EOS, something is going on with the user.

        • kixofmyg0t

          I dont want to rag on Team EOS, and this is the first time Ive been unhappy with their work.

          I ran the ICS Nightlies and releases, everything was fine. But something is just very wrong with the JB build they have. Just horrible lag, every action lags….even overclocked. I dumped their JB nightlies the day Moto’s LTE JB update leaked and the difference is night and day.

          I wanna see how well CM10 runs though. Hopefully Team EOS can work oit the issues they have.

      • Pedro

        They (EOS) were the first with ring targets, though. I know AOKP has credited EOS with those improvements.

        But I’ll also admit, I thought they had a better ROM before they started in on all the expansion projects.