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Cyanogen MOD 9 Becomes Official


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The team over at Cyanogen Mod has officially released their CM9 nightly builds for 3 devices. The Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and XOOM Tablet.

 

http://download.cyanogenmod.com/?type=nightly

 

To find your device, just go to the CM9 source page and grab the one associated with your device's nickname. For easy reference:

  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus CMDA = toro
  • Nexus S CDMA = crespo4g
  • Morotola XOOM WiFi = wingray
  • Motorola XOOM CDMA/LTE = stingray

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Thanks, I'm getting tired of waiting for the stock ROM. i feel like both Google, Samsung and Sprint (in that order) has given me the finger and I'll never get it waiting for them. Anyone have a review on the NS4G? I was wondering if it was still in Beta build and if its stable. I'm sure coming from Cyanogen it is.

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Although its not CM9, I did convert to Calkulin E4GT2 ICS v1.0 today. Its awesome so far.

 

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Although its not CM9, I did convert to Calkulin E4GT2 ICS v1.0 today. Its awesome so far.

 

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Although its not CM9, I did convert to Calkulin E4GT2 ICS v1.0 today. Its awesome so far.

 

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I like the look of that!

 

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FC14 means built March 14, 2012

 

For the first letter

E = 2011

F = 2012

G = 2013

 

For the second letter

B = February

C = March

D = April

 

Finally the number is the day of the month. These are Samsung's naming conventions for their builds.

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I've been rocking ICS FC18 on the E4GT for approx. 5 days now. It's the best ICS build now to date.

 

Robert

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I've been rocking ICS FC18 on the E4GT for approx. 5 days now. It's the best ICS build now to date.

 

Robert

 

I thought for sure we would have seen an official OTA by now. Good thing the E4GT has good devs...

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Thanks, I'm getting tired of waiting for the stock ROM. i feel like both Google, Samsung and Sprint (in that order) has given me the finger and I'll never get it waiting for them. Anyone have a review on the NS4G? I was wondering if it was still in Beta build and if its stable. I'm sure coming from Cyanogen it is.

 

I haven't tried the latest CM9 but, I would give one of the 4.0.4 roms a try. They are miles ahead of 4.0.3 (CM9 and others) in terms of speed and smoothness.

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