Cyanogenmod d2tmo team whose code we shamelessly forked
To install this you must be rooted and running CWM. Fortunately Samsung sells their phones already unlocked so it literally is as simple as flashing a superuser script.
You can get the CWM and links to superuser here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=469
GPL compliance statement: If you want to build this from source, you can grab the source here: https://github.com/TeamApexQ which is based on Samsung open-source code for the SGH-T699 http://opensource.samsung.com/ and code previously developed by Cyanogenmod for the Galaxy S III (follow "forked from" links on the github page)
You will need a 64 bit *nix based machine, repo, the cyanogenmod source, the apexq source from git, and proprietary blobs from your own phone. A basic guide to setting up your build environment is here
After you do your repo sync but before you pull proprietary blobs or brunch, copy the attached local_manifest file to your .repo directory and repo sync again to pull the apexq code from github. In addition, on Linux Mint I also needed to install linux-tools and lzop before I could build successfully.
Join the team on freenode at #apexqtmo. Basic rules of courtesy:
No feature requests. We know it's broken.
No requests for when we'll be done. We don't know and we have lives.
We don't take donations. We already have Relays (unlike the devs for some other devices who don't already own the phone!)
No bug reports unless they relate to a feature that is already working (for example your phone doesn't switch between 4G and 3G properly)
MAKE A BACKUP BEFORE FLASHING. IF YOU HAVE TO EMERGENCY RESTORE STOCK YOU CAN DO IT IN SAMSUNG KIES.
So, without further ado
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