Between planning for its new commercialized future and preparing for the Cyanogenmod version of the Oppo N1, Cyanogen Inc. certainly has its hands full right now. Despite all the changes heading Cyanogen’s way, the team seems as dedicated as ever when it comes to bringing out a stable Cyanogenmod experience to as many devices as possible.
With that in mind, Cyanogenmod 10.1.3 has now reached stable build status, and the list of compatible device builds is actually pretty large (currently at 50). Even better, version 10.1.3 features CyanogenMod account access, which allows for tracking and remote wiping your lost or stolen device.
According to a G+ post by the Cyanogenmod team, 10.1.3 is the final planned release for the 10.1 code branch, as the team plans to turn their attention towards CM 10.2 (based on Android 4.3) and KitKit 4.4.
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Same old same old, still no build for Xperia SP
And still. the “stable” builds for most devices, including i9300 and i9305, has bugs and lacking features, as radio, camera quality and so on… This is beacuse of lacking sources but still, they shouldn’t be released as stable
what happens if you use this on note phones? Do you lose function of stylus?
But you can get an app that allows you to launch Note’s when you take out the pen
It’s just not the same, bro. I would be so happy if I could get all the Note features such as Air View, multiwindow, S Note and the like into Cyanogenmod.
Tried it, still glitchy on bluetooth and camera
Can someone link me the agpps files for this version, for my s3 Tmobile? Thank you.
What happens after I install Cyanogenmod? Will I be able to update the operating system to newer versions? I have an S3 with Android 4.2 and I would like to try CM, but I’m afraid I’ll lose the opportunity to update it to 4.4.
Or, is it possible to roll back to the original operating system?
you will either need to back up your existing rom after rooting with clockwork mod or something similar or the safer option is to download the stock rom for your Samsung device so when or if you decide to go back you can simply flash the stock back with ODIN (which resets the root back to default non rooted) then you will be able to upgrade as if the Samsung device (on stock) is rooted you cant get OTA updates .Ps don’t expect too much from cm as i tried it on my s2 & S4 and wasn’t that impressed owing to all the bugs and the Samsung Camera is far superior along with the Bluetooth not working properly so i just use the stock rom now (rooted) with all the bloatware removed which you can do once it is rooted.I rarely ever back my existing rom up as i prefer to install a fresh copy and let it restore from the play store.