Unofficial CyanogenMod 10 Port for the Atrix 2
Of all the devices that have gotten official and unofficial ports to Ice Cream Sandwich, there aren’t many that had a worse time than the Motorola Atrix 2.
What has been called the dreaded ICS leak of 2012 by members of the Atrix 2 sub-forum community, the initial leak left many users with bricked devices or devices that could be bricked at any time. Thankfully, that’s all over now, and this time the Atrix is getting some Jelly Bean goodness that shouldn’t turn your phone into a paperweight.
XDA Forum Member wanggjghost, along with the help of some other devs and members, has released an unofficial CyanogenMod 10 port for the Atrix 2. As is par for the course with this wave of AOSP Jelly Bean releases, the ROM is quite stable with only a few minor bugs. As of right now, here is what isn’t working:
Not working now:
camera, video, maybe more
So if you can live without your camera, this could be a ROM you run every day. Of course, there could be other bugs as well that haven’t yet been documented. If you happen to find one, you should probably report it so it can get fixed. Aside from that, users are reporting a solid experience.
For download links and more, visit the original thread.
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