After seeing a CyanogenMod 10 (Jelly Bean) port for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000, we’re now going to tell you that AOKP Jelly Bean has also been ported to the phablet, and users interested in customizing their Android experience on the device can go ahead and experience it.
AOKP, short for Android Open Kang Project – not to be confused with AOSP which is Android Open Source Project) – is a custom Android-based ROM that works on various devices. Therefore, we’re not surprised to see the the AOKP Jelly Bean version available for the Galaxy Note.
The AOKP Jelly Bean ROM is built using the earlier “CM10 preview build and AOKP nightlie merges,” according to xda-developers. Naturally, there are still bugs to be expected, so don’t be surprised if nothing works as expected just yet:
The Jelly Bean previews may contain loads of bugs to be squashed, errors to be rectified and issues to be dealt with.
Hence, please do not flash the ROM if you’re uncomfortable with it, or have lesser experience with regards to all warnings pertaining to the subject.
We will remind you that we’re not advising you to install such custom ROMs on your devices, and that you’re only person responsible for whatever happens with your gadgets during such processes.
However, if you’re an experienced Android user not afraid to try a new custom ROM, then you’ll find all the information needed to try AOKP Jelly Bean on your Galaxy Note at the links below.