We recently told you about the Samsung Galaxy Tab being on the list of devices Samsung would not be gracing with ICS, as well as letting you know there was love from CM9 in the works. Well now it’s available for you to download and install. Note that there are still things not working, but the list of what does work is MUCH longer. Follow the XDA link to get more information and to try your hand at this.
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