The team known as CyanogenMod, that has allowed many users to use their modified versions of Android devices that have not been formally offered by the manufacturer, has announced the latest version of CM 10.2. In particular it is an update to version 10.2.1 maintenance , which marks the end of development and liberalization of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
So in a statement, this final report maintenance release, which actually brings no new features that were not in the previous version 10.2.0, but take the opportunity to give a final correction of some errors review, update APN access points, improved translations and other arrangements helping code CM11.
New supported devices
As a new CyanogenMod 10.2.1 brings support for some devices that were left out from the list in the previous version. Among them, the Motorola Droid RAZR HD, the Motorola Photon Q, the Nook, the Nook HD, HD + Nook, the Nexus Q, by surprise and some others that can be found in the official list.
Swimming 10.2.1 CM orders ending its development and focus entirely on CM11, based on the latest version of the Google system, Android 4.4. KitKat. Those that you have installed CM 10.2.0, this patch will come soon through the system itself Updates. If you are interested in the detailed (and technical) change log, You can check it here
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