Before you can follow this tutorial, please take note a few things.
- This guide will certainly void your guarantee.
- There are a couple of bugs that you should know of: FM radio does not work, using the flash in Camera app may cause it to crash and trying to wake up the device using volume keys “may” not work, so there you have it.
Step 1: Root your Galaxy S III and flash ClockworkMod Recovery to it.
Step 2: Download current nighttime develop of CM9 and Google Apps for CM9 [Goo. im]. Move both to straight under / sdcard on your Galaxy S III.
Step 3: Shut down your device. Boot into ClockworkMod Recovery by holding the Volume Up + Home + Power buttons.
Step 4: Take a nandroid backup. This will come handy later on if you wish to revert back to previous setup.
Step 5: Navigate to install zip from sdcard > choose zip from sdcard > [CM9 .zip file you downloaded in Step 2].
Step 6: Similarly, you must flash Google Apps.
Step 7: From ClockworkMod’s main menu, perform wipe data / factory reset.
Step 8: Choose reboot system now from the main menu.
If you followed the steps appropriately, your device will now boot into CyanogenMod 9 based upon Android 4.0.4 ICS. Besides, the programmer encourages not to reinstall applications utilizing Titanium Backup. Additionally, if your Wi-Fi does not work, eliminate. cid. details from / information utilizing a root-ready data explorer (e.g. ES Information Explorer).
For inquiries or if you’re stuck at any type of point, please go to the recognized thread over on [XDA-Developers].