Install CyanogenMod 10.1-M2 Android 4.2.2 on Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, Cricket, Metro PCS & US Celullar

All U.S Samsung Galaxy S3 variants can now be also upgraded to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean using CyanogenMod 10.1 build "M2" based on official Android 4.2.2 AOSP (Android Open Source project). This update is part of CyanogenMod latest "M" build series released, before this CM10.1 M2 there's actually CM10.1 M1 build. Those who already runs with earlier CM10.1 ROM on their Samsung Galaxy S3, you can update your devices to this latest released. The 'M2' builds targets to be most stable released, CyanogenMod team also encourage users to report any bugs and other issues whatsoever, for a quick response for fixes.

Again, this firmware or ROM is not an official released by any of your network provider and Samsung. If this is your first time heard about custom ROM, you may first make a careful research before flashing these unto your device.

U.S. Samsung Galaxy S III CyanogenMod 10.1-M2 Android 4.2.2 Downloads:

Verizon Galaxy S3 SCH-I535:
Metro PCS Galaxy S3 SCH-R530M:
Cricket Glaxy S3 SCH-R530C:
US Cellular Galaxy S3 SCH-R530U:
AT&T Galaxy S3 SGH-I747:
T-Mobile Glaxy S3 SGH-T999:
Sprint Galaxy S3 SPH-L710:

Google Apps or GApps:

Clockworkmod recovery:


Disclaimer: Installing custom ROM will void the warranty of your device. The ROM and Custom Recovery developer and including us shall not be held responsible if any damage happens to your device. Using of the files is solely at your own risk. These files are developed and owned by each respective copyright holders. You may proceed at your own risk!

Quick Guide for advance users:

- Install the official Clockworkmod recovery
- Copy GApps and CM10.1 ZIPs to your internal SDCard
- Boot into Recovery
- Flash CM10.1 zip from internal SDCard
- Flash GApps zip from internal SDCard
- Reboot
- Don't restore system data using Titanium Backup!
- Restoring Apps + Data might cause problems and is not recommended, avoid it if possible!

Upgrading from earlier version of CyanogenMod 10.1:

- Copy CM10.1 ZIP to your internal SDCard
- Boot into Recovery
- Flash CM10.1 zip from internal SDCard
- Reboot

Upgrading from CyanogenMod 10:

- Copy GApps and CM10.1 ZIPs to your SDCard
- Boot into Recovery
- Flash CM10.1 zip from SDCard
- Flash GApps zip from SDCard
- Reboot
- Wipe data of clock app
- Reset everything under Settings -> Date & Time otherwise editing alarms might cause FCs

Guides for completely Noobs:

Step 1: Install CWM recovery on Samsung Galaxy S III
Before you can actually install or flash the CyanogenMod 10.1-M2 on the Galaxy Tab 2,you may first install the ClockworkMod recovery unto your device. Here's how,

1. Grab the ClockworkMod recovery from above link.
2. Download Odin v3.04 (unzip it after download) and install the USB driver.
3. Run and configure Odin on your computer. Make sure that the "Re-Partition" and "Auto Reboot" option are not checked, only "F. Reset Time" option is ticked.
4. Reboot the Galaxy Tab 2 in Download mode:
Turn it off , then Press and hold the Volume Up and Power buttons simultaneously.
You then need to press the volume down to confirm and continue to enter into Download Mode.
5. Once the Tablet is in download mode., Connect it to the to computer using the USB Cable.
The ID:COM port at Odin turns in bluish and it says “Added!!” inside its text-log.
Now click on PDA button and then select CWMrecovery.tar file.
6. Simply tick the "START" button to begin installing the ClockWorkMod recovery.
7. Wait until it finishes flashing. You will then just prompted with a "PASS!" message
8. Unplugged the device from computer and then reboot.

Step 2: Now, proceed installing the CyanogenMod 10.1-M2 via ClockworkModrecovery.
1. Copy and i.e (SCH-I535 VZW) to your phone's internal SDCard.
2. Restart the Samsung Galaxy S3 in Recovery Mode (Hold Volume + & Power Button), this should get you into CWM
(If you see Stock Recovery, you messed up, start again)
3. Once in CWM recovery, navigate down using the volume button and then select "Install Zip from SDCard"
4. Find the file and install it using the power button. Wait until it finishes.
5. Now repeat the process for the Gapps, this time select the
6. Select "Go Back+++" and then "Reboot Device"

That's all folks, you can now enjoy the CyanogenMod 10.1-M2 on your Samsung Galaxy S3.


1 comment:

  1. why is it that the network mode on the mobile networks options is not visible?