While most of the Android world has been focused on Android 4.4 KitKat recently, the reality is that there are many folks that will never see anything past Android 4.1 or 4.2 Jelly Bean.
The good news is that custom ROMs like CyanogenMod make it possible to update your device to a newer version of Android, even when the manufacturers have long since abandoned you. With that in mind, CyanogenMod 10.2 has now rolled out its first release candidate!
Although RCs aren’t as bug-free as stable builds, they are often more than good enough to be used as a daily driver, and the CM 10.1 RC1 will certainly provide a much more stable Jelly Bean 4.3 experience than what was found previously in the beta builds.
At the time of this writing, 16 devices have already received CM 10.2 RC1 support, including the Galaxy Note II, HTC One and Google Nexus S — just to name a few.
To see the full list of devices or to download CM 10.2 RC1, you’ll want to head on over to Cyanogenmod’s website.
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Still waiting for Note 3 version :)
Awesome! Even the A700 is listed! I’m going to download it right away!
i just updated it on my old samsung s 11 my phone runs faster and battery last longer got rid of the unwanted stock apps. CM 10.2
Oh, I misread. I thought I got the 4.4 update xd Bummer, but who knows.
After the update, CyanogenMod hangs on the boot image.
try to read this: http://xda-university.com/as-a-user/how-to-recover-from-a-bootloop
galaxy nexus ?
Really weird that the Nexus 5 is getting CM 10.2.
Took me 6 hours installing and troubleshooting on my nexus 7 but here i am !
Nexus 4 got the update, smooth update like the previous.
I noticed my droid bionic has a file to download. since the installer doesnt work with it, how would i go about moving forward?