CyanogenMOD 10 Preview Builds Drop for U.S. Samsung Galaxy S III Variants (No Verizon Support)
Today is a day that makes me even happier about the purchase of my T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III than I already was — and let me tell you, I’ve been tickled pink so far, so you know this has to be something big. Remember last week, when we told you about CyanogenMOD and how it wouldn’t be too long before we start to see some juicy CM10 builds? Well, I hope you didn’t think they were kidding because the ball is already rolling, at least for 3-out-of-4 of the major United States carriers’ variants of the S3.
The CM team took to its official Google+ page earlier today to spread the word that a preview build of CM10 is now available for the AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile versions of Sammy’s new flagship phone. Unfortunately, Verizon customers are not getting the royal treatment, thanks to Big Red’s decision to lock down the device’s bootloader.
Keep in mind, these aren’t even nightly builds yet — this is merely an early preview for those of you ballsy enough to live on the bleeding edge and would like a sneak peek at how the project is coming along.
For those unaware, CM10 is the latest branch of the world’s most famous custom ROM project and is based off of Android 4.1, otherwise known in the Android world as Jelly Bean. If you’d like to give one of these preview builds a run for its money, hit up the source link below to take you to the appropriate thread for your device. Ciao!