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I've just updated my Samsung Galaxy S II GT-i9100 (International) to run the (admittedly "nightly") version of CyanogenMod 10.2 (20130905-NIGHTLY) which is based on Android 4.3 (kernel 3.0.64), and every time I launch the Stack Exchange app, I get a white screen with the "Stack exchange" header and then the standard "Unfortunately, Stack Exchange has stopped [Report/Ok]".

Package name: com.stackexchange.marvin Package version :35 Package version name: 0.1.25

Yes, I know I'm running an alpha version of SE on an "alpha" version of CyanogenMod, but looking to the future here!

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I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (unmodded) with an official version of Android 4.3. I will try it there. – user215114 Sep 7 '13 at 16:20
Just tried uninstalling and reinstalling the SE app and it is working again. Odd that this was the only non Google app to have a problem (wonder if it was connected to my Google login) – Richy B. Sep 8 '13 at 20:14

The app is crashing with a SecurityException because of not having a necessary permission. Here's the thing: It does have that permission. So either you have disabled certain permissions, which – at least for the time being – is not a use case we support, or this is just a CM alpha issue, which we don't and will not ever support.

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FWIW, I'm running my app on my S III with CyanogenMod 4.3 nightlies with no apparent effects. – HodofHod Sep 8 '13 at 1:52

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