Monday, 19 November 2012

CyanogenMod 9 Final Version - Android 4.0.4 All Devices

CyanogenMod 9
CyanogenMod 9 Final Version
CyanogenMod 9 Final Version is an open source replacement firmware for smart phones and tablet computers based on the Android mobile operating system. CyanogenMod 9 Final Version offers features and options not found in the official firmware distributed by vendors of these devices.

Features supported by CyanogenMod 9 Final Version include native theming support, FLAC audio codec support, a large Access Point Name list, an OpenVPN client, an enhanced reboot menu, support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB tethering, CPU overclocking and other performance enhancements, soft buttons and other "tablet tweaks", toggles in the notification pull-down (such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS), app permissions management, as well as other interface enhancements. According to CyanogenMod 9 Final Version's developers, CyanogenMod 9 Final Version does not contain spyware or bloatware. CyanogenMod 9 Final Version is also stated to increase performance and reliability compared with official firmware releases.


CyanogenMod 9 Final Version is based on Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Steve Kondik and his team have announced that they had begun work on the new release after Google released the source code of Android 4.0.1. Development on CyanogenMod 9 Final Version release took longer than with previous releases due to the significance of the changes between Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" and 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich", and the team took this opportunity to clarify their vision for the ROM and rethink any modifications which were no longer necessary due to improvements within Android.


By the last days of November 2011, some alpha versions of CyanogenMod 9 Final Version had been distributed, in particular for the Samsung mobile phones Nexus S and Galaxy S. On 9 August 2012, after various betas and release candidates, CyanogenMod released the finished version of Cyanogenmod 9. Major changes are seen on the interface of CyanogenMod 9 Final Version such as GPS, WIFI, Bluetooth and profiles are shown on the top of the notification area. Many changes are also on the setting where some new items were added. Overall, CyanogenMod 9 Final Version is faster than the stock rom.






Installation Instruction of CyanogenMod 9 Final Version



Preparation (First three are optional. If you want to start fresh, these can be skipped)
  • Install AppBak from Market, run it and save a list of all your apps.
  • Install SMS Backup and Restore from Market, run it and backup your SMS history.
  • Install Call Logs Backup and Restore from Market, run it and backup your call log history.
  • Boot into CWM6 recovery. Make a full backup. You will need this backup later if you decide to go back to your previous ROM and data.
  • WARNING: Many apps will Force Close crash if you restore data from a previous ROM.
Installing CyanogenMod 9 Final Version
  • Boot your phone into recovery mode. Warning: Only use CWM6 to flash CM9. Otherwise, you risk bricking your phone!
  • Wipe data, dalvik, and cache.
  • Flash CyanogenMod 9 Final Version.zip.
  • Flash ICS gapps.zip. You must flash gapps after every upgrade to CM9 since /system is formatted, wiping your previous add-ons.
  • Reboot phone.
  • After you setup your Google account, reinstall the three apps from Market in order to restore most of your apps, call log and SMS history.
  • Warning: Do not restore backup data of system apps!
  • If you restore a bad backup with cached settings in telephony.db in data/data/com.*.*.telephony it can break MMS.
  • It seems that restoring backups can also break Calendar sync.
Upgrades to CyanogenMod 9 Final Version

Upgrades from previous versions of CM9 are the same process as install, except you do not need to wipe anything. Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to even wipe cache and dalvik-cache when upgrading between CM9 versions. You only need to wipe if you are doing a major upgrade, switching to a different ROM entirely, or attempting to fix bugs caused by bad backups or corrupt app data.



Download CyanogenMod 9 Android 4.0.4
(Choose Based on Your Device Type and Select The Latest CM9 Version)
ICS Gapps CyanogenMod 9 Final Version
(Choose The Latest ICS Gapps Version)
Install CWM 6 (Instruction For Galaxy Nexus Only)

3 comments:

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    1. Before i can help, first tell me about your device type. every device has different way to get into recovery mode. if you have galaxy nexus or other nexus devices, just press power button + volume up and down together. in fastboot mode, use the volume up or down to scroll to recovery mode. press power button to confirm. samsung devices usually use combination of power button + volume up or down + the button on the bottom of the screen together. You should try this combination one by one.

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  2. hi..Im college student, thanks for sharing :)

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