With development for Cyanogenmod 10 already underway, it’s no surprise that we’re beginning to see unofficial Jelly Bean builds arrive for an array of devices. A group of well-recognized developers over at XDA have managed to port Android 4.1 AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) to the AT&T Galaxy Note, SGSII Skyrocket, as well as Sprint’s very own Evo 4G.
In the list of things not working, all three ROMs cite that they have similar issues to CM10 builds on the same devices. This includes some hiccups in Google Now functionality, camera issues, some video codec issues, and other bugs. These bugs are expected to go away in later releases, so if you’re looking for something more solid, all you need to do is wait.
These builds aren’t perfect, but nearly everything is functioning properly. Some users may not find them suitable for daily drivers, but they are definitely a blast to test out and have some fun with. As always, the developers need your feedback and support to improve their ROMs. So if you’re an owner of one of these devices be sure to check out the source link to get the full scoop.