Steve Kondik teases CyanogenMod running on the Galaxy Note 3
Well, it had to happen at some point, and now it looks like it could be happening quite soon. Steve Kondik, the man behind the popular custom ROM CyanogenMod, has taken to Google+ to tease CyanogenMod (CM) running on the Galaxy Note 3, Samsung’s latest and greatest phablet. A lot of folks feverishly await the arrival of CM on a shiny new device they bring home, and for Note 3 owners, the option to remove Samsung’s overbearing software and use Android as Google envisioned it should be a reality soon.
Of course, Steve didn’t mention any time frame of release, but since the ROM is up and running, a test version should be making its way to XDA pretty soon (though personally I don’t see a point in removing all the unique software features that make the Note series a joy to use, unless you just bought a Note for the large screen and powerful hardware). You’re free to hit up the source link and pester Steve about it in the comments, though you’ll likely be hit with the standard “no ETAs” response. But hey, no money spent on trying, right?