Haroon Q. Raja · Aug 13, 2012 at 06:00 pm

CyanogenMod 9 Stable Now Officially Available for 45 Devices

Great news, CM lovers: After months of coding and tweaking, the CyanogenMod team has released the stable version of ICS-based CyanogenMod 9 for all supported devices on the official CM mirror network. The nightly and release candidate CM9 builds have been around for a while and were already quite stable, but this step marks the final release of the ICS-based builds.

Here is a list of devices currently gettign CyanogenMod 9:

Samsung:

  • Google Galaxy Nexus International (maguro)
  • Google Galaxy Nexus Verizon (toro)
  • Google Galaxy Nexus Sprint (toroplus)
  • Google Nexus S International (crespo)
  • Google Nexus S 4G (crespo4g)
  • Galaxy S3 I9300 International (i9300)
  • Galaxy S I9000 (galaxysmtd)
  • Galaxy S I9000 B (galaxysmtdb)
  • Epic 4G Sprint (epicmtd)
  • Captivate AT&T (captivatemtd)
  • Galaxy S II I9100 (galaxys2)
  • Galaxy S II G (i9100g)
  • Galaxy S II AT&T (i777)
  • Galaxy S II AT&T LTE (skyrocket)
  • Galaxy S II T-Mobile (hercules)
  • Galaxy Note International (n7000)
  • Galaxy Note AT&T (quincyatt)
  • Galaxy Tab (p1)
  • Galaxy Tab CDMA (p1c)
  • Galaxy Tab (p1n)
  • Galaxy Tab (p1l)
  • Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Wi-Fi 8GB (p3110)
  • Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Wi-Fi 8GB (p3113)
  • Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Wi-Fi 16GB (p5110)
  • Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Wi-Fi 16GB (p5113)
  • Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 3G 16GB (p5100)

Sony Ericsson:

  • Xperia S (nozomi)
  • Xperia Play R800i (zeus)
  • Xperia Play CDMA R800x (zeusc)
  • Xperia Ray ST18i (urushi)
  • Xperia Arc LT15i (anzu)
  • Xperia Neo MT15i (hallon)
  • Xperia Neo V MT11i (haida)
  • Xperia Active ST17i (satsuma)
  • Xperia Mini ST15i (smultron)
  • Xperia Mini Pro SK17i (mango)
  • Live with Walkman WT19i (coconut)

LG:

  • Optimus LTE / Nitro HD (p930)
  • Optimus LTE SKT (su640)
  • Optimus Sol (e730)

ASUS:

  • EeePad Transformer Pad (tf300t)
  • EeePad Transformer Prime (tf201)
  • EeePad Transformer (tf101)

HTC:

  • Sensation (pyramid)

Motorola:

  • Xoom Wi-Fi (wingray)

Along with the release comes the announcement that CM9 will not be further developed, in favor of Jelly Bean-based CyanogenMod 10. Work on CM10 started as soon as source was released not too long ago. CM9 will only get critical bug fixes in the future, and all the devices that support it should support and officially receive CM10 in the future.

To learn more, you can read the announcement at the official CyanogenMod blog. To download the ROMs, you can head over to the CyanogenMod download page.


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