Good news for folks who use custom ROMs on their Galaxy Note. CyanogenMod 10 is now available for your phablet and is waiting to be loaded. While it’s only a preview version of the final ROM, it is said to be faster than Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs for the device (if you run stock ICS on the device you probably understand how it feels). However, it’s not without its faults. According to PocketNow who gave the ROM a shot, it lags when going into the app tray, opening folders and when browsing the web, so the less adventurous folks might not want to give it a go just yet.
However, if the call of Jelly Bean is too strong and you can’t resist, head over to XDA-developers to download the ROM for your Galaxy Note. As usual, remember to make backups of your important data and anything else you’d like to see again – just in case something goes wrong. If you do try it out, let us know what you think. Hit the source link to check out the preview video.
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