CyanogenMod team released a release candidate 1 for CyanogenMod 10.1.3, which is now available for the owners of devices running custom firmware based on Android 4.2.2.
CM 10.1.3 is the latest version for the CM 10.1, as the team is now switched to CyanogenMod 10.2, based Android 4.3, the latest version of OSes from Google.
This release includes the functionality of Privacy Guard and SELinux ( in permissive mode ), which were previously available only in the night versions CM 10.1. Also of note , we have added support for several new devices ( range HTC One (m7), Galaxy S4 (jflte) and Galaxy Note (t0lte) and others). Finally , the integration of Voice may be missing in this release.
CyanogenMod team advises users not to install the CM 10.1.3 ” on top” of 10.2 , aka ” bad things will happen .”
From ourselves, we will add that it is not recommended to install these firmware on their Soup even though your experience with Android. In any case, you – the only person who will be responsible for the consequences if something goes wrong. Also, it is our duty to remind you to make backup copies .
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