CyanogenMod 10.2 stable builds now available for Android 4.3 devices

cyanogenmod1KitKat has been receiving all of the attention lately in the Android community, but those who are still devoted to Jelly Bean will be happy to hear that stable builds of CyanogenMod 10.2 are now available. If you have a Nexus or Galaxy smartphone or tablet, or other recent Android hardware, chances are that there is a custom ROM that supports your device. Check the official CyanogenMods Downloads to find out.

CyanogenMod is one of the most popular custom firmwares for Android devices, with over 9.3 million installations to date. It extends the features of Android to include native theming support, app permission management, and more. The team behind CyanogenMod will now focus its efforts solely on development of CM 11 for Android KitKat, although bug fixes and security patches will still be released as necessary.

[CyanogenMod via Android Police]

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