After showing you a CyanogenMod 11 alpha version for the Nexus 5 a few days ago, it’s time to look at a similar early KitKat-based custom ROM version for the Galaxy S4 (GT-i9500 model).
However, it’s worth pointing out that unlike with the CM11 build for the Nexus 5, it looks like this alpha test build for the Galaxy S4 comes with quite a few bugs that have to be ironed out. Some of the problems encountered already by users include the inability to record videos, internal and external storage issues and call quality issues to name just a few.
As we have already told you, work on CM11 has already started, but we’re yet to see a stable release for supported devices. If you’re not comfortable installing custom ROMs, you’d be better off not trying out early CM11 builds for the Galaxy S4, or any other device.
That doesn’t mean we encourage you to install CM11 or any other custom ROM on your device – that’s something only you can decide to do. That also means you’ll be the only person responsible for what you put your device through when going through such procedures. For further installation details, check out the Source link below.