A status update about CM10 on Samsung devices:
- The Samsung Galaxy S III's ROM is somewhat ready. As far as we know, everything works (WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, Video playback, Calls, Audio, 3G Data, Camera, ...). It is currently undergoing some internal tests to make sure everything is fine just by installing the update ZIP, so if something goes wrong make sure to blame +Pedro Carneiro
;-) No ETA available, we will release an experimental build when we feel like it's ready, so if everything is fine it could be hours or days, if something goes wrong it could be hours or days or weeks or months or years or centuries or millenniums.
(Oh and don't even think about asking for FM Radio)
- I just started to work on the Samsung Galaxy Note. Codeworkx and Espenfjo already started on the Galaxy S II, thus some of their work profits a lot for the N7000. I'll keep you informed either here or on twitter on how things goes.
- The Samsung Galaxy S II is in a very early state, we got it booting. But since the Note is very similar, that's a lot of shared work between those two devices.
Technically speaking, the "galaxys2" device tree will turn into "i9100" to fit with the Samsung naming convention we used everywhere else in CyanogenMod device trees, and a new galaxys2-common tree will appear.
We really have no ETAs for all these devices, we really go for a "When it's done" approach, even for the S3 ROM. It could be released tonight, the same way it could be released next week. It depends on our free time and on how things go around. As for the Note/S2, there's still many things to do before giving an estimate, so stay patient.
I hope this post will calm down people bugging Hacksung on Twitter regarding Galaxy devices and Jelly Bean ;-)
Back to work!