If you own a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi tablet, and you can’t wait for Samsung to push out the official update to Ice Cream Sandwich for the tablet, you’re in luck. The CyanogenMod team has been hard at work at completing CyanogenMod 9 for the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and has got something to show for it. Although it is only in its pre-alpha stage, CM9 for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 seems to be pretty stable, with all of its main features working except for its camera. The perks? You get Ice Cream Sandwich, and all of Samsung’s TouchWiz and bloatware stripped from the tablet.
If adventurous is your middle name, and you’re familiar with flashing ROMs and backup images head here for links to the files and instructions. As usual, don’t forget to backup your tablet in case anything goes wrong.
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