Last month when Google announced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the folks at CyanogenMod made a little announcement of their own. Soon after the new OS update was rolled out, initially for Nexus devices, it was announced that work on CyanogenMod 10.2 builds for Android 4.3 had started. The first CM10.2 nightly builds for new Nexus 7 as well as a couple of other devices have started to roll out.
CyanogenMod ROMs are some of the most widely used custom third-party ROMs for Android devices. The team has been working on a lot of interesting features recently, such as a new camera app they’ve built totally from the ground up. CM ROMs also come with increased privacy options as well as Google Voice SMS integration with messaging apps. Expect to run in to some bugs in these ROMs, considering that they are nightly builds. As of now, a dozen or so ROMs for various supported devices have been made online. Some of the supported devices include Sony Xperia Z, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for T-Mobile and AT&T, Sony Xperia Tablet Z, Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, Galaxy S4, HTC One and a couple of other devices. The relevant build for each device is posted in alphabetical order as per their manufacturer and CyanogenMod codename. CyanogenMod 10.2 nightly builds can be downloaded from here.
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