CyanogenMod 10.1 nightly builds of stock Android 4.2 now available for the HTC One
You waited and it's here - nightly builds of the famed CyanogenMod 10.1 are now ready for download if you own an HTC One. The handset is the most heavily skinned Android flagship, so it mustn't have been easy for the crew to dish out the nightlies, but here they are.
Dubbed M7, after the codename of the device in the development phase, they are as usual the case with early builds not entirely stable, but good enough to play around with if you know what you are doing. Outgoing audio is the big issue at times, but also the Wi-Fi calling on T-Mobile, and the IR blaster.
Still, if you want to see how your HTC One looks like debloated from Sense 5.0 and BlinkFeed, with close to stock Android 4.2 experience, head over to the source link after you've unlocked the bootloader, rooted and installed CWM recovery with this simple tool.