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Samsung Galaxy Ace updated with CyanogenMod 4.4 KitKat

Posted In News - By DailyAndroidNews on Saturday, January 4th, 2014 With No Comments »

Of course, you count Android with a community of developers so big it is really beneficial. As a result, it does not matter much that Samsung has forgotten the Samsung Galaxy Ace , which is partly logical. And, this community of developers has managed to adapt CyanogenMod 11 to one of the world’s best selling smartphones.

The Samsung Galaxy Ace has never stood out as the best smartphone in the world. However, its low price, and great promotion that has taken by the operators, who offered very cheap, has meant that it has become one of the most sold in the world, and is very easy to meet someone have or have had one of these smartphones. Their biggest problem at this point is that its operation will be much decayed due to the new updates that have been installed, and also because of the updates that failed to receive because it has older specifications. However, the developer community has adapted a Custom ROM CyanogenMod 11 to this smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy Ace updated with CyanogenMod 4.4 KitKat

CyanogenMod 11 is based on Android 4.4 KitKat, the latest operating system, whose main novelty is to improve the performance of the operating system on devices with RAM of 512 MB, so far performed very poorly with the latest versions of the operating system. The biggest problem is that most of the smartphones with this RAM have been abandoned by the companies that make them. Thanks to the developer community, that’s not a problem.

The ROM is available at XDA Developers, and you must be root. Basically, follow the normal install any Custom ROM process. The main difference is you have to first install ClockworkMod 6.0.4.6 or higher. If you come from CyanogenMod 10 or later, then it is not necessary to Wipe system. You can download the ROM directly from here .

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