Hot on the heels of Steve Kondik and company announcing their first real hardware partnership with Oppo and the release of the N1, CyanogenMod 10.1.3 stable builds are now available for a handful of devices.
Based on Android 4.2, for those of you not in the know, CyanogenMod is a stock Android based third-party firmware that focuses on security and customizations. With the release of CyanogenMod 10.1.3, millions of enthusiasts all over the world will get access to a fully stable build of stock Android for their device of choice. New in 10.1.3, CyanogenMod users will now have the ability to create a CyanogenMod account with features like remote device access and security wiping.
In the announcement post for CyanogenMod 10.1.3 on Google+, it was revealed that this will be the last release that focuses on Android 4.2. Android 4.3 based ROMs are already in the works, and 4.4 based ROMs will be pushed out as soon as the code is ready. Personally, I’ve been running a stock Android 4.3 ROM on my Galaxy S4, but I think I may be willing to step back down to 4.2 to give the new CyanogenMod a shot. Anyone out there running CyanogenMod 10.1.3? How do you like it?