So many devices have gotten Jelly Bean mere weeks after the source code has been released, and the older devices have not been forgotten. Both the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab 8.9 have received not only AOSP builds of Jelly Bean, but also CyanogenMod 10 ROMs. This is an impressive feat, considering Ice Cream Sandwich was never released for either tablet and they have no source code to work with.
The ROMs are all daily drivers for most people. There are a few things not working, namely camera. Personally, I switch between Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich. ICS is my daily driver, but when I need Skype, I go back to Honeycomb. With nandroid, it’s actually quite efficient.
On the Tab 10.1, the AOSP build has no 3G, 4G, or AGPS. On CM10, all of that seems to be working. Of course, these ROMs are all early builds, so there may be more problems, but you’ll never know until you try it! If you want to get Jelly Bean on your tablet, hit the source link and download the respective ROM!
Disclaimer: The developers nor DroidDog are responsible for any possible damage. Modify your devices software at your own risk. Read a lot before going into this, know what you’re doing. And have fun, or else.