Folks using CyanogenMod 10.1 on their devices can now update to version 10.1.3 of the popular custom ROM, which has reached stable status and is rolling out for supported devices.


CyanogenMod’s plans to go commercial aren’t affecting its plans to keep supporting devices, at least for now. The 10.1.3 stable release comes with CyanogenMod Account activated, a service for tracking lost or stolen phones, pretty much like Google’s very own Android Device Manager (making it a bit redundant, but an important part of CM’s push to create its own ecosystem), and the official CM downloads site is now hosting builds for a variety of devices.

CM 10.1.3 will be the final planned release based on Android 4.2.2 – next up is CM 10.2, based on Android 4.3, which will eventually be followed by releases based on Android 4.4 ‘KitKat.’ There’s still the possibility of a few nightlies rolling out for CM 10.1, but for most intents and purposes, it’s the end of the road for Android 4.2-based builds.

Source: CyanogenMod