The CyanogenMod team released their excellent Android build version 10.1.3. This will be the last of the 10.1 series based on Android 4.2.2. This new release includes Privacy Guard, which the user may use to limit the personal information to which each app has access, and CyanogenMod accounts, which enable a user to wipe their device if it is stolen, amongst other improvements.
I have been using CyanogenMod since early July. It passed a week-long torture test early on. Several months later, it remains rock-solid and I’m even happier with CyanogenMod. I look forward to the release of version 10.2 which will be based on Android 4.3. It’s likely that AT&T will never release a Galaxy S3 update to Android 4.2.2 much less 4.3. Last I checked, AT&T was still using 4.1.1, but the U.S. release of 4.1.2 for other carriers did not have the premium suite included.