CyanogenMod 10.2 Release Candidate builds have appeared on the get.cm website today. These are arriving as RC1 and at the present time we count support for nearly 15 devices. The support is expected to arrive for additional devices with time, but for now the list looks to consist mostly of HTC and Samsung as well as a few that are Nexus branded.
Kit Kat was on many minds this week as it finally arrived. Well, on one device at least. But while many have Kit Kat on their minds, the folks at Cyanogen haven't forgotten about other builds. And in fact, they have released the latest M-series build. This time around we are seeing the release of CM10.2 M1.
AppOps' along with Android 4.3 and as such, it looks like CyanogenMod has something similar. In terms of Cyanogen, the feature is called Privacy Guard and while this is not yet available for all users, that appears as if that will soon be changing. In short, Cyanogen has updated Privacy Guard and also announced the new features have been merged into the early CM10.2 builds.
Nook Tablet and the original Kindle Fire. These were both originally released with a customized version of Android 2.3, however thanks to CyanogenMod they can be running Android 4.3.
10.1 is the current stable build at the moment, however work has already begun on CM10.2. We have seen some nightly builds released for those looking to begin playing with Android 4.3 (CM10.2) but it looks like that is not the only work coming from the CyanogenMod team at the moment. In short, they have just announced some additional device support.
CM10.2 are being revealed little by little and as of today it looks like we have yet another piece of the puzzle. The latest details are coming by way of the CyanogenMod Google+ page where they are talking about a "Global Blacklist." Basically, it looks like CM users will be able to block incoming calls and/or text messages with v10.2.
CyanogenMod began teasing something called Nemesis a short while back. That teasing arrived with a short video and a message about how "things can be better." Since that point we have seen some details of what Nemesis will be. Well, we have seen details of the Focal camera app, which is shown as being phase 1 of Nemesis.