Previously we showed you how to root the Galaxy S III. We reported that at the time, there weren’t many third-party ROMs for Samsung’s latest and greatest for those wanting to part ways with Nature UX and all of the many little software flaws that we cited in our review. That’s now changed thanks to the availability of CyanogenMod 9 nightlies for the Galaxy S III. In this video we give you a taste of what to expect. Short of a couple of bugs relating to the FM radio and camera flash, everything seems to be in working order. And what’s more, everything looks and feels like stock Ice Cream Sandwich, just the way Google intended. The UI is fast, fluid and super clean.

To get CM9 for the Galaxy S III, check out the thread on XDA.

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