Alrighty, Hey everyone. I haven't seen any threads about CM10 on desire. So I thought I'll start one and get a bit of help with it. I am running CyanogenMod 7 currently and I felt that I wanted to try out a different, yet a new Jelly Bean 4.1.1 ROM (especially with that awesome "Google's voice search" - Siri got owned! ) Yes yes, you may say that flashing is really easy, and it is. What I need help for is: > Would it work for CDMA Desire's? > Re-partition my SD card OR Wipe it (fat32) OR leave it? > Change hboot to stock? > Would I need to re-root? > A2SD+ script (have done all that but yet a bit confused) > Would I need to change my ext partition? Here is an article which explains how to install it. Spoiler How to Upgrade HTC Desire to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean with CM10 Without extracting, copy the CyanogenMod 10 ROM file you downloaded to your device's SD card. Power off the phone and boot into recovery. To do so, press and hold down the Volume Down and Power buttons until the device boots into Bootloader Mode. Use the Volume keys to navigate through the options and highlight Recovery. Then select it using the Power button. Take a NANDroid backup of your current ROM. Then, choose Backup and Restore and hit Backup. Tap Wipe data/factory reset and confirm the action on the next screen. Choose Install ZIP from SD card. Click Choose ZIP from SD card and select the CyanogenMod 10 ROM file. Hit Go back. Finally, tap Reboot system now to bootup into the CM10 based Jelly Bean OS. Your HTC Desire phone is now installed with CyanogenMod 10 based Jelly Bean update. As far of what I have researched, this is an unofficial mod released on the XDA forums. GApps work, but camera doesn't work - yet. But hey, it's a new release, pretty good! Go and have a look!!