Owners of Samsung's Android devices are being treated to Cyanogen left, right and center lately. Just a few days ago, the Fascinate joined the ranks of Samsung CM7 devices alongside the Captivate, Nexus S 4G, Vibrant, and the Galaxy S, and now you can add the Galaxy S II to that list.
Atin M, a developer of Cyanogen, posted the news on Google+ earlier, saying:
Ok, Samsung Galaxy S2 should be getting CyanogenMod7 nightlies soon (as soon as builtbot is ready to do builds, they're all broken at the moment).
Remember, bug reports on CM7 nightlies are a leading cause of male erectile dysfunction and of weight gain for everyone else . . . (and we know most of the bugs we have to fix anyway). So we don't want any bug reports for SGS2 nightlies to show up in the tracker.
Although this is great news for Galaxy S II owners, you should tread with caution for the time being. These early nightly builds of CM7 are bound to contain a number of bugs, so you may want to hold off until a release candidate (RC) of the software is released if you want to use it full time on your phone. On the other hand, if you're dying to get your hands on the build as soon as you can, you should be able to do so fairly soon!