POSTS TAGGED: CyanogenMod 9
Posted August 13, 2012 at 06:00 pm by Haroon Q. Raja
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:
- 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 (galaxy
Posted July 20, 2012 at 09:30 pm by jerdog
With the title of “Worlds Longest Name for a Smartphone” already in the bag, the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch (SSGS2E4GT) has become known as the SGS2’s Red-Headed Stepchild. Back when Samsung released the US variants of the SGS2 i9100, the E4GT was the first to appear. However, it has taken the longest to receive official ICS from Samsung. Coupled with taking longer to receive official CM9 love, and you have a device that seems to have been forgotten.
XDA Recognized Developer darchstar has done a great job, with the help of the rest of Team Epic CM, in continuing to work on CM9 for the E4GT without much help, naturally, from Sprint and Samsung. After months of leaks, Sprint sta. . . READ ON »
Posted July 20, 2012 at 12:30 pm by Jimmy McGee
Jordan is back today, talking about Jelly Bean, Samsung Galaxy S III, and other news from the XDA Portal. Jordan covers news on official CyanogenMod 10 previews for the International Galaxy S III and its US variants. Jordan talks about the two stories regarding Verizon, and the locked bootloader on their Galaxy S III. Jordan also mentions Erica’s video on Easy UMS.
In Jelly Bean news, Jordan mentions the Jelly Bean alphas for the HTC HD2, Sensation and Amaze 4G. Also, getting Jelly Bean is the Galaxy S II. Jordan wraps up the video with a mention of the marriage proposal the XDA way story.. . . READ ON »
Posted July 19, 2012 at 02:00 pm by Will Verduzco
While the XDA Portal has seemingly been Jelly Bean, Jelly Bean, JELLY BEAN as of late, there is still much development work to be done on finalizing and perfecting builds based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. After all, many would rather have a bullet-proof daily driver than an admittedly awesome preview build, which could potentially be a bit buggy.
As such, the CyanogenMod team has now released CyanogenMod 9 Release Candidate 2. Users can expect RC2 to be quite stable. It also adds support for new devices. As described on the CyanogenMod blog:
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This release serves to stabilize CM9 as a product that you’d let your mom use, as well as add support for the following devices:
* Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (all vari
Posted July 9, 2012 at 10:30 am by Former Writer
Although there’s talk of CM10 around the web, developers aren’t quite done yet getting CyanogenMod 9 on as many phones as possible. With the first release candidate for CM9 released, developers have a great code base to bring an AOSP-derived experience to other devices. One such build is for the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE.
XDA Recognized Developer and Retired Senior Moderator dsixda is responsible for bringing CM9 to the highly underrated device. Despite not being the most popular version of the Galaxy S II, the port is very well done, with only a few minor issues. The list of current things working include:
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– Adobe Flash
– Play Store
– Hardware acceler
Posted July 8, 2012 at 07:00 am by FallenWriter
Motorola has a long history of locking down their Android devices in order to prevent customization. From the eFUSE debacle surrounding the original Droid X to their general lack of interest in listening to the developer community, they have proven time and again their willingness to bite the hand that feeds them. Regardless of this, many users have a preference for the high level of hardware build quality provided by their Motorola overlords, and as such continue to purchase the locked down devices.
However, thanks to the efforts of XDA Recognized Developer kabaldan, locked down Motorola devices like the Milestone and the Defy can now enjoy fully functional hardware acceleration.
What is Hardware Accele. . . READ ON »
Posted July 5, 2012 at 09:00 pm by Former Writer
The development of an AOSP-based ROM such as CyanogenMod is sometimes troublesome on certain devices. The issues, bugs, and missing features sometimes range from broken 4G data or camera issues, down to things like problematic MMS. However, many bugs that have been plaguing CM9 progress for the Motorola Droid X2 have finally been fixed.
The ROM in question is CM9, and while ICS is not the newest OS on the block anymore, it’s still quite an achievement to get it running on older devices that haven’t yet received it. XDA Recognized Developer dragonzkiller has been actively working on the CM9 port, but has experienced a few issues making the camera work properly.
While seemingly a small problem. . . READ ON »
Posted June 29, 2012 at 03:00 pm by Jimmy McGee
With I/O 2012 happening, this week has been a banner week for exciting news. On This Week in Development, Jordan talks about the articles on the XDA Portal that you may have missed but are very important. Some of the stories mentioned by Jordan are the release of CyanogenMod 9 RC1 for over 37 devices, the Galaxy S III Power Drain issue being identified and Android getting NTFS read and write support. Jordan reminds you to check out XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler‘s XDA TV Linux tutorial.
Jordan then spends some more time talking about the latest news from Google I/O 2012. Jordan mentions the Day One Recap and the forums being added for the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q. In Jelly Bean news, you can install . . . READ ON »
Posted June 28, 2012 at 11:30 am by mustangtim49
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:
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