We’re a little late on reporting this one, just by a couple of days, but there’s so much news to keep up on and we’re such a small (yet awesome) team, it’s hard for us to stay on top of everything. That being said, we’ll never let anything truly important slide more than a couple of days, and for owners of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note, this news can definitely be construed as important.
A few days back, I posted a guide on rooting the device, code-named quincytmo, and now I’m glad to report there’s at least one ROM out there worth giving a shot. If you’ve been anxiously awaiting your chance to get in on all the magic that is CyanogenMod — more specifically CM10 — your wait is now over.
The CM team took to its official Google+ page the other day to share the joyous news.
Keep in mind, these builds are still in the “nightly” stage of development for a reason. There’s likely bugs, and you may even find yourself streaking down the street like Smokey from Friday, on PCP in Deebo’s chicken coop, if you decide to flash them. If history is any indicator, and I’m sure it will be, all the bugs will eventually be worked out, and the result will be an amazing AOSP-based Jelly Bean ROM for your phablet.