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CM10 Downloader on Google Play – Get the Newest CM Builds Right to Your Device

For those who need the newest builds of CyanogenMod 10, go grab this from Google Play right now. What CM10 Downloader will do for you is let you know that your version is out of date and then download the newest CM nightly right then and there. Boom. Along with giving you the full changelog, it also links to Google Apps files and much more. Perfect for the addicted flasher in all of us.

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Cheers Paolino!

  • jab416171

    What about ROM Manager?

  • ConCal

    Why did Droid Life use the proposed but denied version of Cid for this post and a few other posts I’ve seen?

  • http://tristanleawesome.tumblr.com Tristan the Marine

    Asus TF300: works on that. My already rooted, running-an-unofficial-build-of-CM10 VZW GS3? Nope. Incompatico.

  • http://www.youtube.com/kimirPORTALS kimir

    AOKP fer dayz

  • manny108

    I wish that they had this for Paranoid Android Rom.

  • Tom

    Anyone using CM10 for galaxy nexus… do you have to do a full wipe when you install a new nightly? or does it upgrade?

    • I_Am_Roy_Halladay

      From what I’ve been told, you only need to wipe dalvic cache between upgrades of the same OS version (JB-JB). I’ve been running the CM10 nightlies for a few weeks now and haven’t had any problems doing it this way without wiping data

      • Tom

        Cool…thank you

    • mpinter

      I’ve had the same results as Roy. Been running the CM10 nightlies for over two weeks on my VZW GNex (toro) and only wipe davlik and cache before and after install. Never had a problem, and the JB goodness is sweeeeet.

  • Michael_NM

    That seems like cheating…

  • Greg Buxton

    Figures, they put this out literally as I’m re-setting up my phone having installed a Linaro built version of CM10. =P

  • coolsilver

    Too bad they stopped building for Mecha (HTC Thunderbolt). Probably not worth it without better Radio, RIL, and Kernel Source. I’ve been having severe battery/radio issues lately. I would happen to bet it is Kernel related.

  • Schoat333

    About damn time

  • Adamania

    Will this work with my Touchpad?

    • Cla 2

      Does touchpad have jellybean ports yet just wondering

      • C-Law

        Nope. I hope it’s coming soon

  • http://profiles.google.com/scott.strool Scott Strool

    I am going to give it a try since I am running CM10 on two devices. I have been using Goo Manager to alert me of updates to EOS on my Xoom.

  • Alvin

    Goo Manager (Goo.IM) app does this as well and why are they using the old CID mascot. Wasn’t that his look before the change… I dont know. Either way, I’ll give it a shot

    • http://www.theandroidsite.com benmarvin

      Goo Manager thought a CM9 nightly build was the latest update for my Nexus running CM10. Needless to say I stopped using it.

  • MikeCiggy

    Yes, this makes me happy.

    • kselby

      Nice Icon! The Hundreds is awesome! I am wearing one of their shirts right now.

  • mmoreimi

    updating without wiping?

  • http://twitter.com/JSIN1605 Jason Mullens

    AOKP needs this

    • jeesung

      Goo Manager has AOKP. at least on my Nexus 7

  • Dan

    Everybody: AOKP or Cyanogenmod?

    • MikeCiggy

      AOKP for a butt load of features, CM10 for stability.

    • hipperkeeper

      bugless beast is no longer all the hype?

      • r0lct

        BB is the most stable and stock like, but it doesn’t have the glitz to stay in the spotlight. I’m a good example, been running BB since it went JB, now about to finally go back to AOKP for the features.

        • C-Law

          I spent a while on aokp after I got my gnex after having run BB on my og DROID. I tried out BB again after jb came out since most the jb builds I was trying like jelly belly were giving me bugs and such. BB has spoiled me by having no bugs and never giving me a single issue or complaint. I was running BB on my nexus 7 too and tried out aokp but quickly switched back as I just love the speed and smoothness and solidness BB offers

    • Captain_Doug

      Cyanogenmod.

      • Dan

        why do you say cyanogenmod?

        • Captain_Doug

          They haven’t failed me. I always see cool features in other roms or themes and they incorporate them very quickly and very well. Super customizable too. Like all of the power widgets in the notification drawer, or the themes. Also very speedy. To sum up, a very good medium between clean and feature rich.

          • Mack

            Agreed. Also a lot of ROMs such as AOKP and others are based off of Cyanogenmod.

          • Captain_Doug

            exactly.

    • cashclay

      AOKP JB Build 2 Toro is fantastic, IMO.

  • ryanallaire

    Since CM shunned the tbolt, i don’t think i’ll need this…

    • Ibrick

      I think that was more to do with the dual radio’s than anything else..
      Workshed did an amazing job for what he had to start with.

      • http://twitter.com/misterE33 Mr E

        Thundershed rocks!

  • http://twitter.com/t3lancer2007 Daniel Simpson

    So why would I use this over ROM Manager?

    • PhillipCun

      Rom Manager doesn’t seem to be up to date a lot of times.

      • Jonathan Isenberg

        Really? They have nightlies out every night. How are they out of date?

        • PhillipCun

          In Rom manager

    • Ibrick

      Because ROM Manager is the.. well one of.. the worst apps ever.

      • PC_Tool

        Wow. Did it run over your dog or something?

        You may dislike it, but “one of the worst apps ever” is perhaps a little over-dramatic, no?

        • Ibrick

          Maybe exagerated a bit.. Just seems to create a lot more problems than it ever solved IMO. Newer users tend to forget it’s an app, and if you’re stuck in a bootloop or soft-brick it’s not going to you any good.

          • PC_Tool

            Well, I guess I never expected more of it than allowing me to backup, flash my wiping script, rom and gapps all in one fell swoop. (Advanced-mode)

            …and that it seems to do quite well. Not really sure of an Android app that would handle soft-brick or bootloops very well, so I think you might be setting the bar a little high?

          • Ibrick

            To each his own, I’ve always preferred to work directly through recovery or ADB when possible. Guess I’ve just seen too many people panic when ROM Manager is no longer available as an option. Nothing against Koush either, I still use CWR over TWRP, and his AnyKernel script is terrific.

    • Captain_Doug

      or Goo manager.

    • r0lct

      Because if you’re just going to use CM why be bothered with all the other crap?

      • http://twitter.com/t3lancer2007 Daniel Simpson

        CM comes with Rom Manager pre-installed, so using anything else besides rom manager would be “all the other crap” wouldn’t it?

    • Doan

      Because this app is free. You have to buy the premium features to do this with ROM Manager.

      • http://twitter.com/t3lancer2007 Daniel Simpson

        True, but I have had ROM Manager Premium since my OG Droid.

        • JFB

          Same. I don’t understand people being so cheap. Apps are so cheap! Don’t buy a soda today.

  • Bob W

    Could this somehow work on devices that have unofficial cm 10 builds, but no official ones?

    • http://www.paolinoalessandro.com/ Alessandro Paolino

      CM10 Downloader fetches data from the official CyanogenMod’s site, so only official cm builds are shown