CyanogenMod 10.2 finally reaches stable stage
Cyanogen Inc. has officially announced the stable version of Cyanogen Mod 10.2 which is based on Android 4.3, Jelly Bean. It all started with the CM10.2 nightlies, and then they launched the Milestone version then the RC version which was very stable in its own right. Now people can finally enjoy the perks of the Final stable version..
With the release of CM 10.2, the company is now shifting their focus onto the development of Cyanogen Mod 11 which is going to be based on Android’s latest entrant, Android 4.4 KitKat. In the mean time, the team has also promised to release regular security patches and bug fixes for CM 10.2 even though their main focus would now primarily be on the release of CM 11 for which the whole world (including myself) have been anxiously waiting since it was launched along with the Google Nexus 5 on October 31st.
For now, there is no concrete timeline as to exactly when we should get our hands on CM11 but we do hope to see a glimpse of it in the weeks to come. For those who are anxiously awaiting for it can do with the stable CM10.2 for the time. A lot of people have issues when they do not install proper version of GAPPS so make sure it is 10.2 compatible. Also make sure to back up your data before installing just to be on a safe side and also do drop in a few insights of your experiences. Cheers!