The owners of a Samsung Epic 4G Touch smartphone on Sprint’s airwaves can now install a new unofficial ROM on their devices, this time based on CyanogenMod 9 software.
This means that the ROM will bring along the Android
4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system on the mobile phone, so that users could get a taste of the latest advancements Google packed its OS with.
The new ROM comes from XDA-Developers Forum and is currently in an alpha stage of development, which means that users will experience issues with it.
To install it, they will have to get the EL29 version of ClockworkMod Recovery on their devices, and then flash CM9. The installation will fail with other builds, it appears.
Those interested in putting this ROM on their devices should head over to the XDA-Developers
to learn more on it. A second CM9 ROM for this mobile phone is detailed here