If you’re one of those people who just can’t wait for the latest version of software to roll out to their Android device and you’re also an owner of an international Galaxy S III, then you may be pleased that an incredibly early version of CyanogenMod 10 is now available for your device. It doesn’t have many additional features and is about as functional as the CM9 nightlies for the device but it brings Jelly Bean. There are known issues with the camera and Wi-Fi tethering which are to be expected. Keep in mind that this is not yet meant to be used as a daily driver but reports say that it’s surprisingly quick and stable for such an early release. Before you flash this though, make sure that you’re using the international Galaxy S III as it is only intended for that phone. The usual disclaimer is in effect that DroidDog isn’t responsible for any problems that may occur while you tinker with your phone. If that all lines up with you and you decide to flash it then make sure to let us know how it’s going!