I’m back in business producing nightly builds of my favourite ROM. This is CyanogenMod 10 (CM10) for the HTC One X (endeavoru). The ROM hasn’t actually gotten out of alpha yet, but it’s already working great as a ROM for daily use. Although there are indeed some features that are still broken, but everything that I care about is working. That’s pretty good for a ROM that hasn’t even gone into beta, let alone RC stage.
Back in the days of the Nexus One, I was also running automatic nightly builds of CyanogenMod. It was 6, and then 7, at that time. Then, I moved on to the Samsung Galaxy S II (SGS2). It’s stock ROM was good enough. I rooted the phone, but never thought to replace it.
Now, I’m using the HTC One X (HOX). There’s nothing really wrong with HTC’s stock ROM. In fact, I didn’t even unlock it for 3 months. Eventually, Jelly Bean was too tempting. Should have gotten the Galaxy Nexus eh? Well, thanks to open source and all the great work by the open source developer community, I can get myself some Jelly Beans without having to wait for HTC.
So now I have CM10. It’s not the real release from the CyanogenMod team themselves. I started using tbalden’s prebuilt ROMs. But just like in the Nexus One days, I much prefer to build from the sources myself. Now I’m running the automatic nightly builds with TeamNDVRu’s device, vendor and kernel repos. The rest of the repos are from CyanogenMod of course.
If you’re hungry for the latest cutting edge CM10 ROMs, you can get my builds here. The repos are synced, then rebuilt from scratch each time. I don’t want to take any credit, because I do nothing except rebuild, but I do mark the ROM version with -lzs for the sake of distinguishing this from the other releases. There is no support, of course. You’re on your own.