hey !hi can i install on my galaxy s3. may be all wright or may get any kind op problem.. plz give me an good advise.. thanks in advance.. thank you.
From a Scamsung Galaxy S owner:
"Go CyanogenMod Team, show those Scamsung executives who's their boss!"
Thanks to the devs for supporting the Android devices. Better off than new OSes out there.
Unfortunately it's not out for Samsung Galaxy S yet - we still have to be content with the Nightly releases for the time being.
Slim, 27 Jun 2012Could someone please advise what is CyanogenMod.
A-H-A, 27 Jun 2012anyone can explain for mewhats cyanogenMod 9.0?? :S
thank youCyanogenMod is an aftermarket firmware for a number of cell phones based on the open-source Android operating system. It offers features not found in the official Android based firmwares of vendors of these cell phones.
CyanogenMod is developed as free and open source software based on the official releases of Android by Google, with added original and third-party code.
Soon after the introduction of the HTC Dream (named the "T-Mobile G1" in the United States) mobile phone in September 2008, a method was discovered to attain privileged control (termed "root access") within Android's Linux-based subsystem. Having root access, combined with the open source nature of the Android operating system, allowed the phone's stock firmware to be modified and re-installed onto the phone.
In the following year, several modified firmwares for the Dream were developed and distributed by Android enthusiasts. One, maintained by a developer named JesusFreke, quickly became popular among Dream owners. In August, 2009, JesusFreke stopped work on his firmware, and suggested users switch to a version of his rom that had been further enhanced by developer Cyanogen (Steve Kondik) called "CyanogenMod".
CyanogenMod quickly grew in popularity, and a small community of developers, called the CyanogenMod Team (and informally, "Team Douche"), made contributions. Within a few months, the number of devices and features supported by CyanogenMod blossomed, and CyanogenMod quickly became one of the most popular Android firmware distributions
I stopped at the june 8th build as i felt it was well stable enough and i didnt need to keep flashin the new builds everyday. So far ive havent had a single problem.
already flashed cm9 rc1 on my lg nitro hd !!
smooth and battery efficient !
thanks cm9 team ! :)
I see SGS on the list?
But will this work on other variants of SGS like SG SL(i9003)??