By using the code provided by Google’s Android Open Source Project, developers have been able to build their own version of Android. The largest of these forks is CyanogenMod, whose current user base has exceeded 2.5 million active Android smartphones and tablets. That group will be happy to learn that version 10 for CyanogenMod is now available.Based on Android 4.1, CyangenMod 10 takes all of the public features from Android and adds in their own flavor including the Apollo music player to act as a replacement for the stock Music app (which Google hasn’t updated from Google in a while) and the new CM File Manager, which comes pre-loaded in order to make a more complete OS. CM10 also features a “rootless” mode where users can run the OS without SuperUser being constantly available, and the ability to update the OS over the air without the use of a third party tool.The stable release of CM10 includes stability and performance fixes that have been implemented from tests done during the nightly builds.Over the next few weeks, CM10 will become available to all of phones and tablets listed at get.cm. Currently, the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Note, and several LG phones already have builds ready to install. If you are using CM nightly builds, your phone should notify you that a stable build is available, otherwise you will need to install the ROM through a recovery manager. Like any good open source project, the CM team has finished one project just in time to start another.The source code for Android 4.2 is now available, so expect new nightlies from CyanogenMod sometime soon.