CyanogenMOD 9, the popular custom Android ROM based on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, is finally “stable.” While this is a slight misnomer — the OS has been reasonably stable on dozens of devices in Nightly and Release Candidate form for months — it ushers in the end of the Ice Cream era.
As the majority of developers have already moved on to CM10 based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, the remaining few put the finishing touches on the Stable version of CyanogenMOD9 for a variety of devices. This includes the Samsung Galaxy S II, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S III, HTC Sensation, Asus Transformer Pad(s) and many more.
If you’re running a legacy device like the Samsung Captivate or Sony Ericsson Xperia Play and know you won’t be getting an official version of ICS from your manufacturer, CyanogenMOD is a great way to give your device new life again.
Check out the full list over at get.cm.
Via: Android Police