You guys should all remember that Galaxy Note and Galaxy S II share 80% of their hardware (Exynos board and Exynos4210 CPU, same regulator, same sensors, etc. Only touch panel and some little stuff differs).
Having S2 kernel sources (though they are dirty as hell) will definitely help for the Note port.
I'll tell you that next week, as I'll get my hands on my Note starting Saturday.
Got it in my hands I'll play with it a bit and start kerneling in a few minutes/hours.
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