The AOKP project has been adding some new supported devices lately, as more and more people port new AOKP-based ROMs based on the latest Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich update. One of the latest additions to the AOKP’s family of supported devices is the Motorola Droid Bionic, which has received an AOKP ROM port, thanks to the guys at XDA Developers.
For those of you who are new with AOKP, it is actually a fully open source AOSP-based ROM that features improved performance and full control of customization thanks to the built in ROM control mod that gives users the freedom to do whatever they want with their devices.
AOKP is still under heavy development with known bugs and some features still currently non-functional. This ROM for the Droid Bionic is still in its beta stages so it is not advisable for daily use, as it may crash your phone anytime of the day. Proceed with extra caution if you decide to install this ROM.
If you still want to try the AOKP ROM for the Droid Bionic, continue reading to learn how you can install it on your Motorola Droid Bionic.
Congratulations! You have successfully installed the AOKP-based Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on your Motorola Droid Bionic.
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your link on “requirements” on this “installing Safestrap on the Droid Bionic.” is broken
Has there been any issues with the service activation?
The only issue is you have to either use WiFi, or wait til after the initial setup process to log into Google account.
I cannot activate my phone with Verizon..
should you back up on the internal or external hard drive or does it matter
Day 2 with this and so far its pretty stable. Video playback isn’t very good(choppy) but recording is fine. The device did lock up once while going through pics too, but that only happened once. I have had no lock ups in the gallery since then.
All i get is the Logo of a unicorn with the letters team kang .
Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream SandwichAndroid 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich requirements for samsung infuse 4g sam problem plz