There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S III will be one of the top selling Android devices of the year, but some users just can’t deal with the company’s intrusive TouchWiz UI. That’s where Cyanogenmod comes in. The aftermarket firmware distributor has announced that official nightly builds are ready for installation on Samsung’s flagship device. Keep in mind these builds are currently in the beta stage, meaning most features are currently working, though minor issues have been reported. For example, the stock FM radio currently isn’t supported. Although, developers have managed to find a temporary workaround while things get sorted out. To check out all the juicy details you can head over to the official release thread in the XDA forms.