Custom ROM for Android is the only hope for getting a new version of the OS sooner as Manufacturers take quite long time to update their device. Even sometimes they just don’t wan to update older android devices. In that we all depend on Custom Android ROM. CyanogenMod is one of the most Custom ROM which has nearly 3 million users around the world. The supported devices list grows rapidly.
Based on Android Ice Cream Sandwich CM9 brings a number of improvements over what Google offers on their Nexus devices. Several security measures have been put in place to make the phone much safer to use and you can have the device rooted from the beginning.
The Stable version of CyanogenMod 9 was first released for the Galaxy Nexus following release candidates for 37 android devices. Now its time for getting the CyanogenMod 9 Stable Version. Devices like the Galaxy S, Galaxy S II or Xperia Arc and many more devices can now enjoy the most popular custom ROM based on Android 4.0. For a full list of stable builds and to download CyanogenMod 9 Stable Version you are welcome to visit their official page.
What is next? While the development of CM9 took many months of hard work, it is expected that the version based on Jelly Bean will come sooner. Preview builds have already been tested on some devices. As the CM Team explained, devices that run CM9 will probably also get version 10 in the near future. We will keep you informed on their progress.