Samsung has hired CyanogenMod to improve their Android devices. Lately, a concocted version of CyanogenMod 7 is booting on the Samsung DROID Charge. However, there are still a lot to consider before its official public release.
CyanogenMod has only given us the information about the things that are working. What effectively works are as follows:
- Power button
- Volume rocker
- Home and Back button
- Wi-Fi (which as of the state, turns on but does not connect)
CyanogenMod is a customized firmware for a number of Android devices. It is designed to improve and increase performance and reliability of Android-based ROMs which are manufactured by Google, HTC, T-Mobile, and others.
CyanogenMod is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and also offers different features and enhancement not found in other Android versions.
The custom firmware is a good option for the Samsung DROID Charge, Samsung’s earlier contribution to the DROID series. The handset allows you to feel like having your own portable entertainment control center. This gives you access to Samsung Media Hub with lots of movies and TV shows.
The DROID Charge also enables you to play video games with no lag time. An expansion slot that allows for additional 32 GB storage is also available on the DROID Charge. All your favorite music, movies, videos, and games can be stored in just one slick phone.
But, don’t get your hopes too high just yet. CyanogenMod 7 for the Samsung DROID Charge still has a long, long way to go. However, it is still much more convincing for us to see some solid evidence on how the project progresses.
Who among you will put CyanogenMod 7 on your Samsung DROID Charge once the CyanogenMod team rolls out a publicly consumable version?