What deems a phone a success? Some would says specs, carriers and price; others would say units moved. But you know you’ve made it big when Cyanogen and Co. give their blessing and start working on a device.
It should really come as no shocker that CM would be available, sooner or later, for the Nexus S. It is, after all, the latest Google Developer Phone.
If you haven’t already snagged ROM Manager from the Market, do so below. Give CM7 a whirl and let us know what you think. Just remember that “Alpha” means not to expect a 100% ROM.
- LG G2 gets Lollipop via unofficial CyanogenMod 12 build
- CM Lollipop nightlies soon
- Baton brings Apple-like Handoff feature to CyanogenMod
- CyanogenMod 11 M11 released
- Check out the Nexus S forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.