Friday, January 27, 2012

Galaxy Ace Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich [CyanogenMod 9]

An old-fashioned device, with a lush past and a future yet to be written; is the case of the Samsung Galaxy Ace, a device that has made ​​its appearance back in February 2011 with the specifications of all respect and a reasonable number of sales already secured .
In these days also a thread on the XDA forum was particularly hot squeezed by a series of questions and answers all revolving around a pin of infinite delicacy: IceCream Sandwich for the Galaxy Ace.

That said, the pictures speak for themselves. Ported by the success almost obvious but that will still appeal to many buyers all of the smartphone in question. Despite all Ali Wilson (creator and promoter of the project) has expressly stated that the ROM is not currently in any other stage if not in that of pure testing. Daily use is thus strongly recommended, although the more impatient user has already tried (and failed) to install this update getting a dusty version of “alpha” of the new version of Android for tablet that is specific for smartphones. Thanks anyway (as specified in the topic) are not only Ali Wilson but also to All .

What is working and what is required more work, which is listed on the thread link will be placed at the end of this short article, but we tell you immediately that the “not working” only includes the camera and radio. Really an excellent result obtained by the guys at XDA that will surely soon be able to release a public version of the project.

The beta can be downloaded from the link below:

Download ROM IceCream Sandwich for Galaxy Ace [Developers Only]

For information only also must remember that the update of course can not be made by the “classic” Odin, but requires a greater knowledge in the field of flash / restore / backup of Android in order to avoid every kind of otherwise possible damage (including brick). All that we can tell you is that the contents of the archive is installed using the “CMW5″ (acronym for Clockwork Mod Recovery), therefore, to all those who have not even very familiar with these terms is recommended you to keep away from file over-reported and wait patiently for an official release. Below is the link for the forum discussion at XDA.[ROM][CM9][ICS]Cm9 ICS for Galaxy Ace.

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