Experimental CyanogenMOD 9 port brings ICS update for Motorola Defy

Published Date
26 - Dec - 2011
| Last Updated
26 - Dec - 2011
 
Experimental CyanogenMOD 9 port brings ICS update for Motorola De...

Motorola Defy users can now upgrade to the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform via an experimental build available at the XDA developers' forum. The experimental CyanogenMOD 9 port comes with various unfixed bugs, therefore users may have to wait to get a fully functional platform. Majority of important functions such as touchscreen, USB, Wi-Fi and hardware components are reported to be working fine excluding the camera and other some minor snags.

The build is recommended for only advanced users. To install the port, one needs CM7.1 stable ROM or nightly and then boot in recovery to flash the ICS build.

Users looking to update their Motorola Defy devices should visit this forum at the XDA Developer’s site.

 

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