Official CyanogenMOD 9 Nightlies are a Go for Several Devices; More on the Way
Here’s a dose of news I’m sure a bunch of you will be excited to here. Official CyanogenMOD 9 nightly builds are in effect, now that the CM team has acquired a slew of sexy new servers and have had sufficient time to get everything set up and enough bugs worked out on enough devices to open up the floodgates for the masses. Unfortunately, not every intended target device is being built just yet, they’re most certainly live for a handful of the newer and more-popular devices many of you in the community are already rocking.
Those of you rocking something from the Nexus line, various Samsung devices, Asus Transformer, Galaxy Tab, or a few others, it’s time to get your flash on. If your device isn’t included in the initial batch, don’t fret; more will be added to the list as they become ready for public consumption. As always, if you enjoy the CyanogenMOD project and appreciate the huge amount of free work that goes into it, we urge you to help the team out by dropping them a couple of bucks by donating.
If you’re looking for the full list of currently supported devices, or you already know you’re supported and would like to check out the latest nightly build, head on over to Get.CM. Remember, if you’re new to ROM flashing, do your homework first. You might want to search XDA for a development thread specific to your device and start by reading the information posted there, by other people just like you who are looking to achieve the same awesomeness you are. Go get yourself a taste of that yummy Ice Cream Sandwich!
Oh — just a quick not for those of you seeking CM7 nightlies, it looks like you’ll be forced to wait for weekly builds instead, due to the slow rate of patches going into that particular tree. Hey — at least you’re still getting support, right?
On a side note, we just gained access to our Disqus 2012 account. Do us a favor and drop us a comment to let us know if you’ve already got support for your device to help the new comment system, would ya?
Via: CyanogenMOD Blog