Jelly Bean arrives for the Galaxy S III via CyanogenMod 10 Preview
| by Roydon Cerejo |
Samsung may take their own sweet time in rolling out Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S III but the impatient folks over at XDA Developers are hard at work porting Google’s latest and greatest over to other phones, the latest being Samsung’s current flagship. Team CyanogenMod have released an early preview of CyanogenMod 10 ROM for Galaxy S III users. You can download it and give it a go by simply hitting this link. Do remember however, that this is just an early build and there are a lot of little bugs and glitches in the ROM so you might not want to use it as a daily ROM. All the instructions are posted in the link itself and if you’ve rooted or flashed a custom ROM in the past, it’s pretty straight forward. CyanogenMod 10 is currently supported by the international version of the S III as well as the US-based carrier locked ones, that feature Qualcomm’s Krait SoC, so make sure you download the right package for your phone.
Try out CM10 now!
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