It's a sad day for Galaxy Nexus owners on Verizon and Sprint, as CyanogenMod officially discontinued support for their respective Galaxy Nexus phones (toro and toroplus) with CyanogenMod 11 M10. It's not that this is the last build for them - the gravy train actually ended with the latest nightly. This is especially troublesome for Verizon customers as toro was the last and only Nexus device Big Red has ever carried.

Did I mention a bug reporting app in the title? As the CyanogenMod blog explains it, the days of posting logcats on Pastebin and linking to them in forum support threads may be over for CM11 users (or, if you will, going to their JIRA bug tracking website and describing what happened manually). The CM blog describes the new feature as follows:

As always, we are not infallible, and there may be items that we have not yet resolved (or know about). To help combat this issue and make things easier for you and us, we've introduced a new tool into the CM arsenal, the CM Bug Tracker application. Whenever you crash a system application, you will be prompted with an option to upload a snippet of a log to us - namely the actual crash reported by the system and the stacktrace that accompanies it - similar to what you are already used to by the various app stores you may use.
I encourage you to read the rest of the blog post for more details on how the Bug Tracker app works, especially if you have privacy concerns (you can relax - the app does not upload your secret selfies or anything else personal to you). The full changelog follows:

* New Devices: Galaxy S5 Sprint (kltespr)* Split out Note 3 into GSM (hlte), Sprint (hltespr) and Verizon (hltevzw)* Refactor moto_msm8960dt as 'ghost' for Moto X 2013* Drop support for obake, toro, toroplus* Theme Engine: Themes support for additional UI elements* Frameworks & Core Apps: CAF and other upstream updates* Settings: Add scramble pin feature* Frameworks: Long press recent apps to switch to last used app* Settings: Add soft reboot option* Add smart cover support* Add glove mode support* Add bug reporter and crash log uploader* Multisim updates* General bug fixes (many many)* ANT+ Support for various hardware* Privacy Guard: Control NFC permissions
Yes, you read it right - the Sprint variant of the Galaxy S5 got official support first. Also notable is the expansion of Theme Engine support for more UI elements. You can get the latest M-series build at or you can simply use the native updater if you're already running CM11.

Source: CyanogenMod blog