The CyanogenMod team had some issues with their servers a couple of weeks ago. After receiving some great support from the community, the team was able to raise enough money for new hardware, and things are ready to go. The take-off has been quite rewarding, and CyanogenMod has just added some devices to the CM9 nightly builds availability.
New Devices with CM9 Nightly Builds:
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – WiFi and I/O editions
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – SGH-T859 (T-Mobile)
- Samsung Galaxy S II – International
- ASUS Transformer – TF101
- ASUS Transformer Prime – TF201
If your device is listed, just click on the links above to head to the CyanogenMod website and download your custom ROMs. As always, remember that installing a custom ROM (as well as rooting your device, which is necessary for this) can affect the functionality of your device, and there is a risk of “bricking” it. If this happens, the responsibility falls solely on your hands, so be careful.
With that said – who is trying CyanogenMod 9?
[Via: Android Police]
- Dutch court rules Galaxy Tab does not infring
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 receives CyanogenMod
- ASUS said to be working up Android 4.2 update
- Apple loses UK appeal, must place ads saying
- Check out the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
- Check out the Samsung Galaxy S II forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.