CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies are now available for Verizon, Sprint and U.S. Cellular Galaxy S4 owners.
In case you own one of these three devices, you can now install your CM 10.1 custom ROM and replace TouchWiz altogether. We’re actually not surprised to hear that CM10.1 is coming to more Galaxy S4 versions considering that the ROM has already been made available to the T-Mobile and AT&T models, as well as to the Canadian LTE Galaxy S4 version.
As always with custom builds, we’ll never advise you to install such ROMs on your devices, especially if you’re not comfortable with such procedures. It’s up to you to decide what to do with your own devices, and in case you go for custom ROMs, remember that whatever happens with the handset during the procedure falls under your responsibility and yours alone.
Considering that the Verizon Galaxy S4 comes with a locked bootloader (just like the AT&T version), you should make sure you deal with that before going for CM 10.1, or anything else for that matter.
That said, we know some of you prefer stock Android, others like TouchWiz, and others install CM 10.1 on your devices. What do you currently have on your Galaxy S4?