The well-known Android modded team CyanogenMod announced that the latest version CM 9 stable is starting to rolling out slowly,for all supported devices including Samsung Galaxy S series,Galaxy Nexus,Nexus S,SE Xperia Neo etc.
More firmwares will be listed up after completing the processes on the server.
Meanwhile,as Android 4.1 Jelly Bean had been released by Google weeks ago,CyanogenMod will start to focus mainly on CM 10 which will be based on Jelly Bean,perhaps only keeping bug fixes work on CM 9.
So if you have a device without official support on Android 4.0,you may try to get CM 9 if your device is supported.From my experience,it could run quite well in most of time.Cheers!
On the first day of Google I/O 2012,many things were caught by the tech geeks.Well,Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is definitely one of the hotspots.
Previously it was said to be Android 5.0,however,it’s now known as Android 4.1,so we could treat it as an improved version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The key points on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean include:
Fast and smooth performance
Google realized that previous Android systems always can’t get the same smooth performance as iPhone does and they want to change the fact.They set up Project Butter trying to improve the performance to get iPhone-like experience.Finally we could see the outcome now.
Google claims that it could help to improve the battery life too.
It could let you get more controls through notifications.Of course,you now could reply a call directly from the notification. Continue reading →