International version of the Samsung Galaxy Note gets early CyanogenMod 9 port

If you’re a Samsung Galaxy Note owner (international version, model #GT-N7000) that has been waiting for CyanogenMod 9 to hit your device, there’s some sort of good news for you. Team Hacksung, a group of developers that work with Samsung devices, have compiled CyanogenMod 9 with Android 4.0 ICS for the Galaxy Note. This port of the popular custom ROM is still in early stages, so as expected, there’s lots of things currently not working properly.

As of the second build, of the rom, here are some of the issues that are still making this a 100% working ROM:

  • Speakerphone
  • Movie Studio
  • DSP Manager
  • USB OTG
  • MHL
  • Some microphone issues
  • Video recording

As you can see, there are some things that are still not working right. If you’re feeling brave and would like to try things out, hit up the source links below for more information. Remember that is an early build and that the great team of developers at Team Hacksung are working hard to bring you CM9 on your Galaxy Note.

Also, remember that is for the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000, which is the international version of the device. If you’re rocking the AT&T version, you’ll just have to wait for some custom ROM news for your device at a later time.

Source: XDA | Team Hacksung | via The Verge

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