When I'm installing updates through the built-in app in CyanogenMod, do I need to install all the previous (stable) versions before installing the last one? Or does the last package contain everything between the running version and the last one? ( I'm only interested in stable releases. Say I'm running CM 10.0.0. If I want to install 10.1.2, do I have to install 10.1.0 and 10.1.1 beforehand?)

Thanks in advance.


No, You don't need to do that. You can go ahead and install only the latest version.

Pro tip: to manage CyanogenMod updates, you can use an app called GooManager.

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    CyanogenMod has a built in updater now so GooManager is not needed. (Nothing stopping you from using it though) – bmdixon Jul 19 '13 at 9:37
  • @bmdixon True, But I have always found that kind of buggy on my nexus 4. The download speed is also pretty bad on it compared to Goomanager. That's why I use it instead. – Alok Shankar Jul 19 '13 at 9:40

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