Jelly Bean ROM available for Galaxy S III in form of CyangonMod, running in early stage of development

Jelly Bean ROM available for Galaxy S III in form of CyangonMod, running in early stage of development

The early preview build of CM10 for the GSIII has been released, and is now ready for you to try out Jelly Bean on that awesome Galaxy S III of yours! It’s in a very early state, so you won’t be seeing a lot of CM9′s features merged over yet, but hopefully soon.

Here are the known issues so far (as stated by Cyanogen):

  • Overlay for UI (extra butter)- We’re waiting on CodeAurora to publish, UI is a little janky.
  • Camera preview turns green during animations and may crash.
  • All the things (LOL)

Remember guys, these are very early preview builds, so DON’T expect perfection. The AT&T ROM can be found here, the T-Mobile ROM here, and the Sprint ROM here. Be sure to follow the exact instructions, and PLEASE MAKE A NANDROID BACKUP BEFORE FLASHING.

Be sure to check out our how-to here.

So what do you think about CM10? Will you be updating to Jelly Bean now or waiting a little while? Let us know in the comments below.

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