I just had a little fun experimenting.
1) can you check the version of the kernel for I9000. Neither touchscreen ril worked when I installed. Swiping didn't work and my sim was never accessed.
2) I would not just try this as it might not work for everyone. I was able to install the system as an update to my cm7 installation. It has a nice update system where it converts contacts and calendar events to the ics standard. After it finished my phone froze and needed a restart. However after booting again, all my apps were still installed and angry birds worked. Looked a bit weird in those colours and swiping wasn't working at that point.
Oh and the colour issue seems to be like an overlay more than anything else. Menus that flicker show correct colours behind them. (If you bring up the power menu, the desktop behind it as it flickers is in the correct colouring). Or maybe the colouring and flickering are linked and it only appears like an overlay. (Fyi, hw acceleration may not help this. I used non hw accelerated roms in the past and there was no flickering on them like there is in this port).
Anyway its pretty exciting to be playing around with ics.
Edit: anyone wanting to test this should do a nandroid backup. I restored mine after testing and its as thought I never had ics installed (aka completely successful). Backup the nandroid on your pc tho. I am sure there will be work done on the sdcard which in theory could get wiped. (And many backups are a great idea)
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