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CyanogenMod begins working on CM 10.2 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

Android 4.3 is just another Jelly Bean Google has tossed at us, and now it’s up to people like the folks involved in the CyanogenMod project to polish it and help move the new version onto handsets that would otherwise still be running on some other outdated desserts.


CyanogenMod has confirmed via their Google+ page that they have begun branching out into “cm-10.2”, and that they will update as soon as things become more stable.

“All AOSP repositories have been merged into our Github and branched to “cm-10.2”. Do not build it yet. There are a multitude of build errors that we are working through. We will put up another status update when everything has settled down.” –CM G+

Chances are, if you’re reading this, you’re one of the many that are interested or already running prior versions of CM.  A stable CM 10.2 build won’t be available for awhile, but as you’re awaiting the next batch of goodies you can check out which builds are available for your handset here.

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