The CyanogenMod team, today, has released the final version of CM10.1.3, based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for a plethora of devices.
This will the last major release from the CM team on the Android 4.2.2 code base, and the team will now focus on CM10.2, which is based on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
CM10.1.3 does not really bring much to the table except for lots of bug-fixes and security patches. The only major new feature is the addition of the CyanogenMod account functionality, which brings with it CM’s own anti-theft tracking system.
If you are looking for something extremely stable until CM10.2 reaches its first stable release, installing the final CM10.1.3 build is going to be your best bet. Keep in mind that a stable release of CM does not mean that all the issues for your device has been fixed. There might be some graphical glitches and broken HDMI functionality on some devices, especially the Exynos based Samsung devices.
Head over to get.cm to download the final version of CM10.1.3 for your Android device.