Jelly Bean to the masses and their open source project, developers are hard at work porting it to other devices. Sadly Google's popular Nexus One isn't receiving the same love as the Nexus S or Motorola XOOM when it comes to updates. Don't worry though, developers have you covered and you can check out Jelly Bean for the Nexus One right now.
Galaxy Nexus getting updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean things are rocking along here in the world of Android. Now we have some great news to go with it regarding the Samsung Galaxy S III. Those CyanogenMod builds we mentioned a few weeks ago are now full on official nightly builds.
Jelly Bean to AOSP. Meaning developers can dive in and start hacking, tweaking, and building ROM's direct from Google's source. We'll be seeing plenty and plenty of ROM's over the next few days (and there is tons already available) but we've just spotted a decently stable experimental AOSP build of Jelly Bean for the Transformer Pad TF300T.
CyanogenMod have released a quick status update today confirming what we all already want, and are hoping arrives soon -- CyanogenMod 10 and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Last week they briefly mentioned their plans with CM7, CM9, and how they'd move forward but today they've cleared all that up.
Jelly Bean last week at Google IO I'm sure the first thought in most Android fans heads was about when they'll get it. CyanogenMod is one of if not the biggest custom ROM for Android so obviously they have a lot of people asking questions. Today they've confirmed CyanogenMod 10 will be Jelly Bean, and is coming soon.
Galaxy S III is one of the most anticipated Android handsets to date, and will probably be one of the best selling too. Today however buyers have another reason to get this awesome phone. Full CyanogenMod 9 support is already here with the team starting up nightly builds last night. Two of my favorite things into one, this should be awesome.
CyanogenMod 9 on your phone or tablet for more than a few months already, but they've only been nightly "experimental" builds -- although seem plenty stable to me. Today however the team from leader @Cyanogen has confirmed they've stopped all changes in what they call a "code freeze" and are preparing the first wave of official release candidate builds of the most popular ROM for Android.
CyanogenMod recently changed their popular logo and the face of CM with what they are calling CID. This new CyanogenMod ID brand image is here to stay apparently, because today they've announced their new boot animation with the changes included. Check it out after the break.
installed on over 2 million devices we now have one more to add to the list. Late last week an official but experimental build of CyanogenMod 9 Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich was released for the new ASUS Transformer Pad TF300. Read on below for details and download links.
CyanogenMod. The extremely popular CyanogenMod has been installed on over 2 million devices to date, doubling their numbers in the past few months.