Work on CyanogenMod 10.2 has begun!
For everyone without a Nexus device, we’ve received some exciting news!
4.3 Status Update #1
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.
Who else is excited? I know I’m chomping at the bit to check out the features in the [hopefully] final Jelly Bean API 4.3. With all the minor changes, tweaks and updates the CM team has been working on since the stable release of 10.1, I know this will be an even more exciting update for people like me than just getting the next API.
Anyone looking forward to it? Who else is going to start installing nightlies the day they hit get.cm? Sound off in the comments below.
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