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ICS Has Been Ported to the Nexus S

21st October 2011, 02:58 AM |#1  
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That's great news! That gives everyone some sort of hope for a port of course once rooted. The article can be found at Engadget.

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21st October 2011, 03:03 AM |#2  
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It looks like a SDK port. It ain't the real deal but its cool, can't wait to get a port for the Amaze 4g
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It looks like a SDK port. It ain't the real deal but its cool, can't wait to get a port for the Amaze 4g

SDK or not I would love to play around with it even though its not fully functional. Its cool just to know that someone already ported it. I would love to see the port run on both the GS2 and Amaze. We definitely have the hardware to support the software.

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SDK or not I would love to play around with it even though its not fully functional. Its cool just to know that someone already ported it. I would love to see the port run on both the GS2 and Amaze. We definitely have the hardware to support the software.

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On paper we have even better hardware than the GS to support running ICS.


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On paper we have even better hardware than the GS to support running ICS.


Transmitted from a Galaxy far far away via XDA lightspeed telepathy.

The GN is actually using the Nexus S gpu according to Engadget. Isn't the Nexus S gpu inferior to ours (Amaze 4g and Galaxy S II)?

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1312595
This is how you port ICS. It worked for some people.

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1312595
This is how you port ICS. It worked for some people.

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Thanks for the info.

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but i think the sdk got incopleted....so we need to wait more a few days
21st October 2011, 08:35 PM |#9  
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Remember this we don't have a kernel so it'll be impossible to boot it on the amaze now . Once we get kernel then we could get porting & remember it's only a SDK so there will be no calling , texting or anything for that matter .
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Met Google employee with ICS on Nexus S few days ago.
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