There are a lot of popular custom ROMs out there, but perhaps none more popular than CyanogenMod. The legendary AOSP development team has recently begun releasing their latest work, called CyanogenMod 10.1. It’s based on Android 4.2 and the team is supporting more devices all the time. Among their most recent additions to the CM 10.1 list is the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II.
To clarify, we’re talking about the International versions of the Note and Note II. They are otherwise known as the N7000 and N7100 respectively. It’s important to note –see what we did there?– that the N7105, or the LTE-enabled Note II, is not included.
For now, they are in the nightlies stage, which means there will likely be a new release every day or every few days. The first appeared on December 18th. For those who don’t know, nightlies are daily releases that have the latest patches and developments included. It could be a fix, it could break something else.
Are there any major issues with these CyanogenMod nightlies?
Well, that is the fun of flashing a nightlies build. Unless you read the change logs, you really can’t tell what will work and what won’t in the next release. However, if these are official, it’s safe to assume that most of the big things like calling, texts, data, etc should work pretty well.
To get the ROMs, you can find the downloads for the International Galaxy Note N7000 here and the Galaxy Note 2 N7100 here. If you’re having trouble finding the right GAPPs, you can find them all here here. Who is going to be giving these ROMs a run? Let us know what you think of them.