We recently reported on early builds of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the HTC One X and a Jelly Bean CyanogenMod 10 build for the Samsung Galaxy S III, and now Galaxy Note owners can join in on the fun. A fresh build of CyanogenMod 10 has been released for the Galaxy Note, but it has several known issues.

Namely, the developer notes that CM10 is "not ready," and that it's still an early build. The FM radio doesn't work, the sensors are only "partly working" and it's not "butter smooth but still nice." There's also a build for AT&T's model of the device, but it also has bugs and Google Now — one of our favorite Jelly Bean features — doesn't work properly.

We wouldn't be surprised to see Samsung release an official Jelly Bean build in the future, the hardware certainly supports it, but we're guessing you're going to have to wait a long time until that happens. Thankfully, the current build is faster than Ice Cream Sandwich, Pocketnow said, and seems to be stable, despite the aforementioned issues from the developer. You can give it a whirl by following the source link below but, as always, do so at your own risk.

[xda-developers, Pocketnow]