CyanogenMod 10.1.1 Release

Given all the Android security topics in the news, we thought it prudent to issue a follow-up to the 10.1.0 general release, incorporating patches for various vulnerabilities that have since been identified.

At the time of this post, CyanogenMod 10.1.1 releases are building and mirroring to our download portal. The CM 10.1.1 build is purely a security bug-fix release on top of the previous 10.1.0.x code-base. While it does not carry any new features, it does address the following:

  • Bug 8219321 aka “MasterKey” exploit (also patched in CM 7 and CM 9 source)
  • CVE-2013-2094 (Linux kernel exploit)
  • CVE-2013-2596 (Qualcomm-specific exploit)
  • CVE-2013-2597 (Qualcomm-specific exploit)
  • General device bug-fixes

With the security nature of this release, all users on CM 10.1.0.x are encouraged to update once their respective build is available.

 

  • housry23

    So if I build today it’ll be in there for mako? Thanks CM Team. I am a huge CM fan and have used it on all my phones since I first started with the MyTouch 3G!

  • Chris Ballard

    As always, CM is on top of things.. Props

  • http://cyanogenmod.org/ ciwrl

    The patches have actually been in since the 7th of July. So if you’ve built since Monday, you are protected.

  • Blair Ginley

    So if I’m in the 7/09 nightly for mako I’m good?

  • http://cyanogenmod.org/ ciwrl

    Yes

  • Blair Ginley

    Thank you very much!
    I love cyanogenmod and the whole team. You guys rock. Been running cm since the G1 days

  • r3pwn

    Does anyone know if these changes are incorporated into PAC-rom yet?

  • Kyle Halgerson
  • Chris Ballard

    I’d check on XDA’s Pac-Rom thread

  • Brett

    I just recently installed CM 10.1 on July 8th and since then I have been having to make phone calls twice. The first time I place a call the screen just shows dialing. I then end the call and place it again and it then goes through. Is this a known problem? Is there a fix in the mix?

  • David Otto

    Signature verification just failed after OTA update on my Nexus 4.

  • MrRageQuit

    It would help if you posted what device you are using…

  • atikik

    You guys rock! Thank you.

  • Jesus Areso

    Everything fine for me in my nexus 4.

  • Art Faucett

    Weird thing on my device. It acts like the batteries dead, even though I completely powered down

  • Simon VanLeuven

    just unlocked and rooted my nex10. been running cm10.x.x.x. for ever on my sgs3, but always dirty flashed rom upon rom. the first try of getting 10.1.1 on my nex10 resulted in a never ending cm load screen. ended up having to flash stock image. is 10.1.1 ready for to be flashed onto a non-cm device, or should i flash an older version first and dirty flash on top of it?

  • Frohawk17

    these guys are awesome!

  • Osvaldo A. Batista

    Latest build with patches is running great. Awesome daily driver!

  • Wes Crockett

    Does this release include the fixes for GS3 (mobile) Network issues on Verizon? a nightly fixed it but im not sure if those get auto-rolled into the other releases

  • nore

    Does it have fixes for the incredible lagness in the Galaxy S i9000 ?

  • Viper1568

    Thank you CM for the security update :)

    Just wondering if the update will be applied to phones that only have nightly builds (specifically the i9305) or only for stable releases?

  • Serr1s

    How is the Master Key exploit fixed in CM 7, will there be a new release? (crespo)

  • AlexSchwartz01

    When I’m in the lock screen on cm 10.1.1 nightly for July 11
    it doesn’t go in landscape mode
    Please Fix it in the next nightly
    Device: Nexus 7

  • David A. Galvez

    Thank you guys, You really are the ones that call the shots, talk the talk and walk the walk.

  • russtuck91

    I’m having an issue with gapps with the new release of CM. It didn’t load properly after the initial update, and I’ve been trying to re-flash gapps through TWRP, but it keeps telling me the flash failed. Any help?

  • Kevin Subra

    My phone works fine, except the phone itself. It says I need to activate my phone. Any ideas? Everything works fine otherwise (3G, Wi-Fi, etc.).

  • Mauricio Amezcua

    Your should try wiping cache

  • JiveAssNigger

    Have these vulnerabilities been patched in CM10? Running on mango here, which AFAIK is not supported by 10.1.

  • Alastair Maxwell

    Thank you for your dedicated work

  • Kwee

    I’ve no lag on Galaxy S i9000 with Cyanogen 10.1

  • Mauricio Amezcua

    CM 10.1.2 is up!!! :D

  • David Otto

    And again for 10.1.2 “whole file signature verification failed”. And again it installed properly anyway. But i guess there is a reason for this error.

  • Umesh N

    did anyone face problem with Whatsapp in Nexus Gti9250 ?

  • Propa_P

    Hi all, I’m new to CM. Quick question.. I currently have CM 10.1.0. If I update to 10.1.1 or 10.1.2, will the update wipe my current ROM and all of its modifications? Thanks for the help!

  • Bogdan Craciun

    does anyone know if there will be a ROM for the Motorola Razr I (XT890)?

  • Nicholas Marthaler

    I don’t know it you’ve found an answer to your question but here: http://www.cyanogenmod.org/blog/this-week-in-cm-july-12-2013 the second paragraph under master keys explains this.

  • julian

    The best by far!

  • Stefano Lini

    hello I have a galaxy s3 i9300 with the latest nightly 10.1 cwm, I write from Italy, I have operator H3G that when he goes into a roaming agreement with operator TIM is very slow, you can solve? thanks sorry my english bye

  • Majed saad

    Gooood

  • razorsbk

    CM10 works great on my Nexus S (crespo). I get daily around ~4h of screen time on. What about 10.1.2 on crespo ? Any users here, some feedback ? Thanks.

  • http://homewoodsuitesmiami.com/near-fiu-university-of-miami/ Hotel Near FIU

    Hats off to you guys for the work you have done

  • Chris s3 mini

    I hope theres one for s3 mini :(

  • Esteban

    10.0.1 “tinted” the screen. On mine it was warmer and darker than 10, had to revert. Haven’t tried 10.1.2 for this same reason, but with clockwork backup/restore I see no reason not to. Will do maybe tomorrow.

  • Esteban

    No. It’s an update. All your apps, config, whatever, will remain the same. I recomend tho a backup via clockwork just in case something goes wrong, new bug, etc.

  • Esteban

    Neither, update via the built in updater under “about phone” or something.