mustangtim49 · Jun 28, 2012 at 11:30 am

CyanogenMod 9 RC1 for 37 Devices

In what can be considered a quantum leap in Android development, CyanogenMod 9.0 RC1 is now available for 37 different devices. This massive release comes 225 days after Ice Cream Sandwich hit the AOSP repos. The team is quoted as saying;

“It wasn’t quick or easy, but we are extremely proud of this release and what it represents for us as a group.”

This release serves as the first wave of RC1s. CyanogenMod now has the core OS stabilized, and promises device maintainers will continue work on their device trees to bring more devices online. This will include some of the newer releases as well as some older generations. The currently supported list includes:

Advent Vega
ASUS EeePad Transformer
ASUS EeePad Transformer Prime
ASUS Transformer Pad
Droid Incredible S
Geeksphone ZERO
Google Galaxy Nexus (GSM)
Google Nexus S
Google Nexus S 4G
haida
HTC Incredible 2
HTC Sensation
LG Nitro HD / Optimus LTE
LG Optimus One
LG Optimus Sol
Motorola Cliq
Motorola CliqXT
Motorola Xoom (Wifi)
p1l
p1n
Samsung Epic 4G
Samsung Epic 4G
Samsung Galaxy Nexus (sprint)
Samsung Galaxy Nexus (vzw)
Samsung Galaxy Note (intl)
Samsung Galaxy S II (G)
Samsung Galaxy S2
Samsung Galaxy S2
Samsung Galaxy S2 ATT
Samsung Galaxy S2 ATT
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Samsung Galaxy Tab (CDMA)
Samsung Mesmerize
Samsung Vibrant
SE LiveWithWalkman-WT19i
SE Xperia Play CDMA-R800x
SE Xperia Play CDMA-R800x
SE Xperia Play -R800i
SE Xperia Play -R800i
SE XperiaActive-ST17i
SE XperiaArc-LT15i
SE XperiaMiniPro-SK17i
SE XperiaMini-ST15i
SE XperiaNeo-MT15i
SE XperiaPro-MK16i
SE XperiaRay-ST18i
smb_a1002
T-Mobile G2 / HTC Desire Z
T-Mobile LG myTouch
ZTE V9

Their issue tracker is now open for CM9 RC1, and they ask everyone reporting bugs to be sure to follow the instructions as to ensure your report is not marked invalid. Install instructions for CM9 remain the same as CM7, with more detailed instruction available on their wiki.

All device downloads can be found on their mirror manager, as they always have. To download the release candidate for your device, visit their Release Candidate page. Also, an RSS list is available at get.cm/rss.


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