Soon after we showed you the Galaxy S 3, then the HTC One X running the latest Android version, today is the day Galaxy Note owners can join in on the fun. Yes! The Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean update is here, thanks to a fresh build of CyanogenMod 10 (CM10).
Getting mostly good reviews, CM10 previews are looking stable and fast. But as it’s an early build, so it might have several known issues to the Phablet. That said; FM radio doesn’t work, the sensors are only “partly working” and it’s not “butter smooth but still nice.”
Though, it is said to be faster than ICS ROMs for the device.
You can give it a whirl by following the source link below but, as always, do so at your own risk. As usual, remember to make backups of your important data and anything else you’d like to see again.
Source – XDA-developers