While Samsung might have given up on updating the Galaxy S smartphone to Ice Cream Sandwich, that doesn't mean that the Android modding community has! Anyone sporting the Samsung device will probably be happy to hear that Cyanogenmod9 alpha is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S, which finally gives users a taste of Android's newest offering.
Like all Cyanogen ROMS, the port has been built straight from Google's source code and enhanced with various fixes, stability tweaks, and features. This is an early alpha release, so bugs will be present when using the ROM, but rest assured that those bugs will be ironed out by this extremely competent team of developers.
Let us know how it's running in the comments or on our forums!
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