CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies now available for the HTC One


HTC One CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod, one of the most popular open source Android ROM has been made available on HTC’s latest flagship device, the HTC One. The international version (GSM) as well as the U.S Sprint variant can now taste the very latest CM10.1 flavor.

The current nightly builds are deemed experimental (unstable) and the developers are still working to fix any issues but the ROM as a whole is feature complete. Users who can’t resist the stock Android temptation should head over to HTC Dev for unlocking their bootloaders before flashing the ClockworkMod recovery via fastboot.

Wiki pages (1)(2) have been prepared for the upcoming builds which are soon going to hit the site in a matter of hours. The first nightly build along with all information & installation steps is already available on XDA forums. Stable builds should follow afterwards, that could range from weeks to a few months depending on the development pace.

Source repositories: Device, Kernel (The kernel sources have yet to be published on Github)