GSM LTE Note II Is Graced With CyanogenMod 10.1, AOSP Fans Rejoice

The GSM LTE versions of the famed giant, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, has received a taste of AOSP. Today, the first official builds of CyanogenMod 10.1 have been released for the three GSM LTE models, which are the AT&T I317, the T-Mobile T889, and the international N7105. Please keep in mind that this will not work on the standard N7100 3G model. Don’t bother trying. Also, you CDMA users are out of luck. This nightly is labeled as experimental, but don’t fret. They will be labeled as nightlies tomorrow, and the experimental tag is just the result of a time constraint.

If you want to flash this, keep a few things in mind. First of all, there are a few bugs. According to this page, Bluetooth audio, FM radio, and exFAT support do not work. Second, you’ll lose many of the S Pen features. The S Pen will work fine, but you’ll have very few Play Store apps to take advantage of it (all stock Samsung apps will be gone). It’s a shame, and the reason I stay on TouchWiz. If you still want to get flashing, follow the instructions here, and keep in mind this is a potentially dangerous procedure and you should do this at your own risk. Be careful! Hit the source link to download the build and tell us how it goes!

CyanogenMod: t0lte | Android Police

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