A week or more ago, Google has seeded the source code of their new Apple iOS killer Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0 to the entire world to modify it for their devices, as well all know. Android hackers are famous for port the newly launched OS to the devices even before the official support or any documentation by handset provider. The Android 4.0 is the latest irritation of Google into defeat his Android’s rival in the market, and currently there are only few powerful devices able to get the ICS (Android 4.0) update instantly after the release of the new Android OS. The Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Nexus are devices that can easily host the latest operating system as the both companies have spent the large amount of money on both devices.
It is reported that hackers able to port the Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) on the Galaxy S II. The port seems to be the pretty stable, but as expected comes with some bugs with the hardware, but apparently can be figured out with a little update for the device. The port does not allow a user to use Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and audio from the mix on the Galaxy S II hardware with the unofficial port of ICS on the device.
In addition to it, the Cyanogenmod 9 ports is also on the way, and are highly expected by developers to come within next two months or more. It’s quite good to see that hackers team are working actively to roll out the updates to latest hardware, hope OEM’s will also soon roll out the official updates for the devices.
Google and Samsung working together to get Apple’s iPhone 4/4S down in the market with their hundreds of different design phones, as we all know Apple has really limited number of handsets in the market that are ruling the tech world. Let’s see, what will happen? Google has already gained a lot of attention from developers and hackers with the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).