CyanogenMod team has launched the 4th Release Candidate build of CM 10.1 with several tweaks and fixes that should improve the overall Android experience for your smartphone. It is available for over 40 devices. Head to CM’s dedicated web page right now and download the ROM files and upgrade your device with a more stable release of CM.
Users who are already familiar with the CM 10.1 ROM know what they can get from this release. However, the RC4 snapshot comes only several days after the RC3 release. After the Release of RC3, numerous users have complained about a math calculation complex bug that forced the device to show the wrong numbers all over the phone. It miscalculated almost all the data usage counters, internal storage space free and non/ free. The bug didn’t appear on the chipset that was used to test the CM 10.1 RC3 build, but only for devices that were using different chipets. However, the CyanogenMod team has managed to fix the problems and release a brand new RC4 ROM that should not feature any of those bugs.
Also, there it seemed like the CM 10.1 Release Candidate 3 experienced dropped frames, stutters and freezes. The RC4 build shouldn’t have these problems and you can check the Get.CM page here to search for a working zip for your smartphone.
CyanogenMod 10.1 RC4 works with more than 40-50 devices such as Samsung Galaxy S I9000, Samsung Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100G, US versions of Samsung Galaxy S3, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Sony Xperia Z, Xperia V, Galaxy Nexus models, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity, Motorola Droid Razr, LG Optimus 4X HD, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 etc.
A Release Candidate build is more stable than the Nightlies snapshots. Also, it will be the final step before the CM 10.1 Final build will be released for Android smartphone. When the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update will reach all smartphones, the CyanongenMod 10.1 Final ROM should be ready for release. Keep an eye on CynanogenMod’s Google+ page to get the latest updates on the next iterations of CM 10.1 RC build.
Remember that you need to have a rooted phone, the CWM or TWRP Recovery Modes should be used in order to flash the custom ROM files. Remember to flash the Gapps for Android 4.2.2 custom ROM’s file so that you will be able to take control over your smartphone.