ICS(Ice cream sandwich) ROM for AT&T Galaxy S2! (SGH-i777)(CM9)
Chk out this ICS ROM for AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH-i777! A CM9 port, this ICS ROM is pretty complete except for minor things like the back button and search button not working. Other quicks include the screen turning off and on randomly during its sleep state but if that doesn’t bother you, you can get “almost” full ICS experience on your AT&T Galaxy S2 with Face Unlock working too. Other than those small issues, everything works including data/wifi/bluetooth/camera.
I know you’ve all been waiting for this so go ahead, download this ROM and try it out yourself, very-usable ICS ROM. And yes, it will only get better and better from this point on. Continue reading
Root AT&T Galaxy S2! [SGH-I777]
Well, just got my AT&T Galaxy S2 yesterday, couldn’t keep myself from compiling.
Here’s how to root AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH-i777 model using Windows!
-CWM 220.127.116.11 (thanks to codeworkx!)
-SuperUser App 3.0.5
-SU Latest 3.0
-Custom Boot animation support (copy over bootanimation.zip file to /system/media directory)
Here’s how to root your AT&T Galaxy S2!
This one, you just have to flash the tar file in ODIN, that’s it, you get root, CWM, and the extras.
Step 1. Put your phone in download by connecting a USB cable from your phone to your Windows computer then holding down Volume down, Volume Up, and Power button together until you see warning, hit Volume up button. Continue reading
Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Rom for Wildfire in Development
We know there are many HTC Wildfire users who are looking up to internet in the hope of one cool Android 4.0 custom rom port for them, too. Wildfire packs in only 600MHz of processing power, btw, and even Google has expressed its inability to bring the Ice Cream Sandwich love to its 1GHz processor powered Nexus One, so it would be nothing less than a work of genius if somebody does port it over to Wildfire, or any phone powered by less than 1Ghz processor.
Anyway, kaassaus at XDA took the Droid Eris’ Android 4.0 ROM and replaced its boot.img with the Wildfire’s CM7’s boot.img while also editing the build.prop as required, to get the Android 4.0 booting on Wildfire. Well, it’s good to hear that an ICS Rom has booted, but that’s that — the touchscreen needs a fix (it currently shows a mouse pointer) and everything else needs to be done.
No doubt, it’s gonna take huge time, if this dream ever becomes a reality. Continue reading