This more than a news or novelty, is a brief overview that I want to share with you. We already knew that after the release of the source code for Android 4.0 this same week, many would be the Dedicated ROMs for all types of terminals that would appear in the network.
Well, not five days later and we have a series of Completo AOSP ROM more or less functional (and quite fluid) for many of those devices having all the ballots to stay stagnant in its current version of Android (Froyo in some cases) of officially.
The “feat”, as you would expect, is carried out thanks to several users of the famous XDA Developers. The list of devices that they already have a ROM ICS based on the original source code is:
- Google Nexus One
- HTC Desire
- HTC Desire HD
- HTC Droid Eris
- HTC Hero
- HTC Hero CDMA
- Samsung Nexus S
- Samsung Galaxy S I9000
As you can see, we have devices that we imagined: the Nexus One, Google “outdated” device, the HTC Desire HD and Desire, the Samsung Galaxy S and the Nexus S (which receive it formally soon). One of the most surprising inclusions of the list is the version of the HTC Hero, the most senior of all.
Many of these ROM’s are half: Bluetooth, 3 G and other so many capabilities they are not available yet in many devices, but to be versions of the ROM’s “Alpha” our particular recommendation is that you are aware of your respective device thread to know first-hand how they will correcting it and adding improvements Daily.
Do you already tried any of these ROM on your terminals? Do you think waiting for typical revisions of Cyanogen and other cooks? ¿Something noteworthy to highlight After you install them?
Update: Our reader Exynos He has made a short video of your HTC Hero with this new ROM ICS, attached it to the article as a curiosity: