Monday, 28 November 2011

CyanogenMod 9 Gets Early Preview on Nexus S, Galaxy S

It didn’t take long for the guys responsible for CyanogenMod to swirl the Android 4.0 source code into their popular custom ROM. Early builds of CyanogenMod 9 for the Nexus S and Samsung Galaxy S are already picking up some polish, according to Koushik Dutta, the developer of CM9 for the Nexus S, and others. Currently tagged as an alpha build, Nexus S CM9 alpha is performing well as a stable daily driver-type ROM, video playback and MMS issues not withstanding.
For the Galaxy S, a beta version of CM9 has found its way to xda for users to download and take for a spin. While plenty of minor issues abound, the ROM is for the most part fully-functional. One nasty side effect has been a tendency for the Galaxy S version of the software to completely wipe a user’s SD card, so there are obviously some risks involved. Head over to the links below for downloads and more info.

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