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With the CyanogenMod team pushing CyanogenMod 9 (CM9) onto as many devices as possible, it was only expected that the Samsung Epic 4G gets its share of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Because this is still an alpha release, there are bugs that need to be addressed. The bugs are not major problems though–just tiny snags such as the camera crashing when you change the picture size, video recording sometimes showing artifacts, and MMS sometimes being unreliable. Since this is an official release by the CyanogenMod team at the helm, it’s only a matter of time before a more stable…

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Even the HP Touchpad gets a dose of Ice Cream Sandwich, thanks to CyanogenMod 9. Though still in the Alpha stage, an updated release, Alpha 0.6, includes a number of stability and user interface additions, such as: Touchscreen fixes. Ability to hide the combined bar (navigation buttons and clock) for full screen. This uses ICS api so it will require api support but not all apps have been updated. This is an option under Settings > Interface > System > Combined Bar. Scrollable quick settings. Reboot to recovery works via the power menu but sometimes the tablet will shut down…

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Looks like the official CyanogenMod 9 for the Galaxy S GT-I9000 is starting to take shape. With features like a custom launcher called Trebuchet (based on the stock Android 4.0 launcher from Google) and toggle buttons in the notification bar, the CyanogenMod 9 ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 is one of the best ways for your phone to enjoy Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. CyanogenMod 9 ROM is still in its beta testing stage and as such, it still has a few bugs that need to be addressed. If you’re willing to go through them to get this…

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If you have given up hope for the Ice Cream Sandwich update for your Motorola Atrix 4G, then you’re in luck—we have a step-by-step guide on how to install Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich on your device via CyanogenMod 9. The Motorola Atrix has been known for its 1 GHz dual-core processor, qHD display, a fingerprint scanner running on the back, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread running in its system.  However, through CyanogenMod 9, you can now get Ice Cream Sandwich up and running on your Atrix 4G. CyanogenMod 9 for the Motorola Atrix 4G is currently in its beta form….

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CyanogenMod is a good proof of how awesome things are in the Android community. Based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest CyanogenMod 9 is currently breaking a lot of boundaries. The team behind this project is aiming to put this custom ROM into as many devices as it can. And, true enough, it is indeed happening. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi/3G is among the items on the growing list of devices that are compatible with CyanogenMod 9. Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners can now taste the goodness of Ice Cream Sandwich. You need not wait for Samsung to…

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The Ice Cream Sandwich fever has not subsided yet.  In fact, it is still getting hotter and hotter, with no sign of breaking at all.  So many Android devices are getting their share of the delicious treat, especially with custom ROMs such as CyanogenMod 9.  One of the latest beneficiaries of the CyanogenMod 9 custom ROM is the HP TouchPad. Previously, developers were able to produce an Alpha 0 version of CyanogenMod 9 for the HP TouchPad.  Not long thereafter, an updated version, Alpha 0.5, was unleashed, promising to fix some of the most annoying issues in the earlier release….

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Owners of the Motorola Milestone will have a very big reason to celebrate as the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is now available for the device, thanks to the developers in the CyanogenMod community for their continuous support in delivering brand-new updates for many Android devices. Their latest development, CyanogenMod 9, promises to be the exact replica of Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, and more. This update, however, is not the official update released or endorsed by Motorola but an alternative way of getting Ice Cream Sandwich on your device. This is still a beta version of the firmware,…

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It’s no surprise that CyanogenMod 9 has arrived for the Motorola Droid. It seems that every device always gets the good stuff, and the Motorola Droid is no exception, as Ice Cream Sandwich is now heading its way–unofficially, of course. CyanogenMod 9 presents a whole batch of new features and remains faithful to the Ice Cream Sandwich build. The Motorola Droid may possess ancient hardware by today’s standards, but developers loyal and faithful to the Motorola Droid are making it possible to get Ice Cream Sandwich running on the device. If you still have your Motorola Droid (yeah, go get…

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Despite the LG Revolution’s promising specs, the device hasn’t received a lot of attention. With Ice Cream Sandwich being the biggest thing right now, many users were disappointed when other devices received ICS and their LG Revolution didn’t. But, prayers have finally been answered. Thanks to XDA-Developers member aichrist, a CyanogenMod 9 port for the LG Revolution is being developed based on the AOSP code for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. At the moment, the ROM is in a very early stage of development and isn’t suitable for daily use. The developer has only gotten it to boot until the…

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The Android development community has been hard at work at bringing the Ice Cream Sandwich to devices that have yet to get their own official releases. The fruits of their labor are certainly sweet, because Ice Cream Sandwich finally makes its appearance on the Nook Color. Thanks to XDA-Developers forum members dalingrin and fattire, an ICS-based CyanogenMod 9 ROM is now available for download. The ROM is not fit for daily use, however, as there are several bugs that still need working on. As such, it is not advised that novice users try experimenting with this ROM. Only if you’re…