CyanogenMod9 arrives on Samsung Galaxy Note, sales surge to 2 million in Korea alone
The Samsung Galaxy Note is probably a success story not everyone expected to see become real, but it has. The 5.3-inch gigantic Galaxy Note impresses with its size and now sales, which have reached 2 million units in Korea alone. This gives Samsung a commanding 64% share of the Korean market, leaving competitors way behind.
And now CyanogenMod9, one of the most popular ROMs for Android, brings Ice Cream Sandwich to the handset. It’s all yours for the taking at the source link below, but you should be ready to deal with a few issues like the non-functional FM Radio. There’s a pretty thorough walkthrough at the source link below so you shouldn’t encounted much difficulties if you have some experience in flashing ROMs.
Still, there are issues and it’s an early experimental build of the ROM, so if you mostly care about stability, you’d be better off waiting a little bit more for a more polished version of the software.