Peter Alfonso, respected AOSP developer, just tweeted that he will “start uploading builds as soon as [his] downloads page reaches 100 ‘+1’s’.” Right now he is at 71 – only 29 to go! My guess is he will be pushing out 4.0.3 nighties by the end of the night.

So lets get the word out! Peter Alfonso became most popular from his OG DROID development– it was hard to top his work. His 4.0.3 builds will most likely be hitting Nexus devices first, but we’ll find soon for sure. His website actually offers a 4.0.3 build for the Toro – aka Verizon branded Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

It would be a very welcomed ROM in the Galaxy Nexus forums, as only one other Verizon Galaxy Nexus ROM is currently available ( Android Revolution HD 2.1.1). ARHD is built very well, but without much to compare it to, we don’t know the true potential of the Galaxy Nexus. I’m downloading his build now and will give it a quick flash. Join me over in the forums later for with questions you may have!

[via Reddit]

  • Brie

    Which devices will he be cooking for?  I am on the Samsung Vibrant for Tmobile.  Does he have a list?

    • Anonymous

      I’m guessing mainly the GNex, but it shouldn’t be hard to port to other devices

  • If you go to his download site the downloads are listed by phone platform name as below
    Samsung Nexus S 4G – Crespo4GSamsung Nexus S – CrespoHTC Droid Incredible – IncHTC Nexus One – PassionMotorola Droid – Sholes – (pretty certainly not for ICS)

    I’ve been using his Gingerbread ROMs and kernels on my OG Droid and have always been very happy with their stability, performance and features. Kept me from buying a full-price upgrade until my Droid hit 2 years age (still a great phone with a 1GHz overclocked CPU, just not as good as the dual-core models now.)