The CyanogenMod team has officially announced that its CM 10.2.1 Android OS has been finalized as the last step of their release process for their Android 4.3 code. From the very beginning, we want to be clear about something: this comes more as a maintenance release and nothing more, so you should know that it doesn’t come with a set of new impressive features on top of 10.2.0. That’s definitely not the case, but this doesn’t have to mean that it is useless; in fact, it focuses on APN updates, localization, as well as on major bug fixes and this is exactly what we needed to hear.
We are sure that several owners of a few Android devices are eager to find out if their smartphone or tablet is or not eligible for receiving this new build right in this moment.
So, we don’t want you to make you wait any longer and here we have a list of these handsets: Acer Iconia Tab A700, Amazon Kindle Fire, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity, Asus Transformer Pad TF300T, Barnes & Noble Nook HD+, Barnes & Noble Nook Color, Google Galaxy Nexus, Google Nexus S, HTC Droid DNA, HTC One S, HTC One XL, HTC One X, HTC One X+, LG Nitro HD / Optimus LTE, LG Optimus L9, Motorola Droid Bionic, Motorola Droid RAZR HD, Motorola Photon Q, Samsung Captivate, Samsung Galaxy Premier, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, Sony Xperia Tablet Z (Wi-Fi), Sony Xperia Tablet Z, and Sony Xperia ZL.
If you haven’t found your handset here, there is no reason to be worried. as our source confirms, the list is constantly updated, so check the official page below later and see if anything has changed.
CyanogenMod (CM) 10.2.1 is rolling as we are speaking, also being available via CyanogenMod’s own updater. So, all of you who are curious about it and want to give it a try as fast as possible can simply use this link, but be careful: you must choose the CyanogenMod (CM) 10.2.1 for your smartphone or tablet and not any other version or you risk damaging it.