CyanogenMod 6.1 Android 2.2 Froyo Custom ROM For Samsung Galaxy S Work In Process



There is a lot of anticipation among Samsung Galaxy S owners, waiting to fill up their devices with CyanogenMod 6.1 Android 2.2.1 Froyo Custom ROM. According to a recently edited forum thread at XDA by peers who help Cyanogen make all these wonderful ROMs, point at a CM 6.1 Android 2.2 Froyo ROM debuting on 19th November.

There is a lot of development reported by Avery, we believe he is the principal member for Cyanogen’s team working on porting CM on Samsung Galaxy S, and some of the achievements so far are:

  • Operation 3D
  • Working Sound
  • Sensors Sensing
  • Full Radio Compatibility
  • Wi-Fi Serving The Internet
  • And Camera Taking Pictures / Video

Some additional stuff that is being added to CyanogenMod for Samsung Galaxy S includes Voodoo-Color addition as well as kernel replacement from jhash2 to jhash 3.

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Here is the Quadrant data for your information:

Quadrant CyanogenMod / data/dbdata on EXT4: 2369
CPU: 5152
Memory: 1773
I/O: 3685
2D: 310
3D: 923
Quadrant JPO / complete on RFS: 952
CPU: 1326
Memory: 1622
I/O: 625
2D: 295
3D: 590

We are sure that most of this might not make sense to novice users, but rest assured that this CyanogenMod build for Samsung Galaxy S will be the best custom ROM you bargain for. Please note that a custom ROM is only applicable on handsets with root, so you can follow the guide posted here to root your phone now. We are keeping a keen eye on CM development for Samsung Galaxy S, and once the ROM files are made official, we will post step by step walkthroughs.So Stay Tuned!