Following the release of CyanogenMod 9 on the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S3, the CyanogenMod team is now releasing CyanogenMod 9 (CM9) to almost all Galaxy S3 variants in the U.S. Of course, this will exempt Verizon’s version which unfortunately has a locked bootloader – much to the dismay of a few Verizon users. Earlier this week, Verizon announced a Galaxy S3 Developer Edition that will have an unlocked bootloader, but for a steep full retail price of $600.
Now that CM9 is now available on the Galaxy S3 units from Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile, it’s important to note that the ROM isn’t that stable yet, considering the fact that it is the RC1 phase. So, if you’re going to get the custom ROM, expect a couple of glitches here and there. You can get CyanogenMod 9 on your device here. And in case you missed our review of the Galaxy S3, feel free to check it out here.
- 2014-04-23 Sprint Galaxy S5 Software Update Released
- 2014-04-23 News Republic And Appy Geek Launched For Samsung Gear 2 And Gear Fit
- 2014-04-23 T-Mobile To Offer Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 In The Summer
- 2014-04-23 Localytics: Samsung Galaxy S5 Is 0.7% Of All Android-Powered Smartphones
- 2014-04-23 Samsung Galaxy K Gets Pictured In Leaked Photo
- 2014-04-13 Android 4.4 For Galaxy S3 And Galaxy Note 2 Still On The Cards
- 2014-03-17 Galaxy S3 Slim Spotted On Samsung Brazil's Website
- 2014-03-13 Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 Android 4.4 Update Expected Again
- 2014-02-20 Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 Android 4.4 Update Might Not Materialize
- 2012-06-17 Samsung Galaxy S3 receives CyanogenMod 9 nightlies