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 it from your closet now) and you want to breathe new life into it with Ice Cream Sandwich via CyanogenMod 9, check out the rest of this post for the instructions.
The latest CyanogenMod 9 firmware is not the official version released or endorsed by Motorola. We advise you to follow the instructions carefully as the developers of this ROM didn’t provide any exact information about changes or bugs that may disrupt the functionality of the device.
As a precaution, this update should not be applied on phones that are networked-locked with carriers. This firmware can only be applied to Motorola Droid phones which have rooted firmware. Therefore, this is not applicable to non-rooted phones.
We are not held responsible for whatever damage may be caused to your phone through your use of the information in this article. Proceed at your own risk.
Congratulations! You have successfully upgraded your Motorola Droid to Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich via CyanogenMod 9.