AT&T Galaxy Note

Samsung has been busy pushing out all sorts of updates lately and now they've gone ahead and updated their open source page with the AT&T Galaxy Note ICS kernel. Of course, this doesn't mean a whole lot to everyday users but it'll certainly be something beneficial for ROM developers out there including CyanogenMod. If you're looking to grab the source for your own reasons you'll find the link below to the Samsung Open Source page.

Source: Samsung, CyanogenMod ; G+

 
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AT&T Galaxy Note ICS kernel source code released, CyanogenMod 9 nightlies begin

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Try and use ROM Manager to install the latest non touch interface for CWR, I was on TWRP and then CWR Touch and it wouldn't work, worked fine on the official though.

Is there a link to a proven step by step for installing, not sure why but I keep getting a "system 7 error" when I try to flash.

I just got my hands on the new Note 2, and I am simply amazed. I am a graphic designer living in Atlanta, and I use my phone for work every day. This phone's amazing capabilities along with AT&T's 4G LTE network make my life/work easier. Long live Samsung!