1. funandroid's Avatar
    Does anyone know if there is a stable Galaxy S II Ice cream Sandwich ROM out there?
    Do developers have to wait for Samsung to update the ROM, so that they can use it as a base?
    Any thoughts on when SGSII will get ICS love (atleast unofficially)?
    12-24-2011 05:10 PM
  2. Duggald's Avatar
    The official update will apparently begin in Q1 next year, so I'm just waiting for that.

    https://www.facebook.com/notes/samsu...28795820483403
    12-29-2011 06:24 AM
  3. funandroid's Avatar
    Yeah, I heard about that.. It's going to be a loooong wait..
    What about other ROM's like Cyanogen Mod for SGS II?

    I read somewhere there was an alpha release for S II.
    But, I don't want to take the risk as this is my primary phone.
    Hoping to see at least beta version with almost stable release from CM.
    12-31-2011 10:05 AM
  4. jfs101's Avatar
    Go and checkout SamMobile.com | Everything for your Samsung Mobile | SamMobile there was an article posted here about them having two ICS roms for the Galaxy S II (GT-I9100).
    01-02-2012 01:51 PM
  5. funandroid's Avatar
    Yeah, I read that. But, according to the comments in that article, users are saying that it crashes very often.
    Has anyone tried CM 9 on SGS II yet? They have a "stable" release today with minor known camera bugs.
    I just can't wait to try out the ICS anymore.

    By the way, I have CM 7 now with Androind 2.3.7. I prefer CM 9 over TW. But, whoever comes with a stable ICS release, I'll flash that ROM.
    01-02-2012 03:10 PM
  6. mintvilla's Avatar
    ive been using cm9 for the GS2 international version for about 10 days now. Since the latest leak on the 31st, CM9 is now very very stable, and very very quick. Theres only 2 main bugs now. The first is theres no usb mass storage, the second is apps cant be installed on the sd card, so apps that try to that from the market (ie big apps) wont download. However if you use mybackuproot, and back up your big apps (apk's only) then once installed you can redownload mybackuproot and restore your big apps, thus getting around that bug. for usb mass storage, theres a MTP option which is kinda naff.
    01-02-2012 05:24 PM
  7. tttuning's Avatar
    no love for the Epic touch 4g though AFAIK that has GPS working???
    01-02-2012 07:32 PM
  8. jfs101's Avatar
    I'm new to Android, and after using Blackberrys for almost 4 years trust me that TW is out of this world for me! I still haven't rooted my Galaxy S II and flashed any ROMs, too noob to brick my shinny new phone. I used to flash my BBs all the time, so it's just a matter of time for me to dig deep in the forums and start tweaking one of the most tweak friendly phones around.
    01-02-2012 08:21 PM
  9. funandroid's Avatar
    ive been using cm9 for the GS2 international version for about 10 days now. Since the latest leak on the 31st, CM9 is now very very stable, and very very quick. Theres only 2 main bugs now. The first is theres no usb mass storage, the second is apps cant be installed on the sd card, so apps that try to that from the market (ie big apps) wont download. However if you use mybackuproot, and back up your big apps (apk's only) then once installed you can redownload mybackuproot and restore your big apps, thus getting around that bug. for usb mass storage, theres a MTP option which is kinda naff.
    According to xda thread, CM9 seems to be stable now. But, looks like the video recording is not working yet.
    01-04-2012 10:41 PM
  10. boggsterman's Avatar
    I'm new to Android, and after using Blackberrys for almost 4 years trust me that TW is out of this world for me! I still haven't rooted my Galaxy S II and flashed any ROMs, too noob to brick my shinny new phone. I used to flash my BBs all the time, so it's just a matter of time for me to dig deep in the forums and start tweaking one of the most tweak friendly phones around.
    Dude, i know how you feel, blackberry was my first and only smartphone until two weeks ago. (i went through an 8900 first, then a 9700) i used to load up leaked OS and hybrids all the time on that but i was scared to do all this Rooting and Flashing etc when i got my hands on my beautiful new SGS2. But it's really not too hard (although my first attempt took me like 4 hours of not getting anywhere!). As soon as you do it right once (which i managed to do for the first time a week ago) it's easy. I'm running codeworx' latest version of CM9 (available on xda-developers dot com) based on 4.0.3 XXKP8 samsung release and it's working well for me, using it as my full-time ROM. There are a couple of things that aren't working yet but overall it's awesome! Give it a shot, or for an easier challenge, try loading CM7.1 on it first.
    01-09-2012 01:41 AM
  11. jfs101's Avatar
    Will look into it if I can restore it back 100% to its previous state.

    Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk
    01-10-2012 12:55 PM
  12. Xmb941's Avatar
    Did Samsung Ever Come Out With A Offical ICS Rom Yet?
    01-17-2012 03:25 PM
  13. boggsterman's Avatar
    Did Samsung Ever Come Out With A Offical ICS Rom Yet?
    Nope, not yet....
    01-19-2012 01:38 AM
  14. Mr.Gadget's Avatar
    Will this ROM work for the AT&T SGH-I777?
    I'd like to try the latest CM9 but it refers to the i9100, not the I777...
    02-27-2012 06:21 PM
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