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Support for CyanogenMod9’s nightly builds has been expanded to several additional devices including the Samsung Galaxy S II, the ASUS Transformer TF101 The 3 Best Android Tablets Available Today That A Buyer Should Check Out The 3 Best Android Tablets Available Today That A Buyer Should Check Out While the iPad was able to jump on the tablet market before anyone else, Android tablets from competitors are starting to flow like water. There’s now a wide variety of options available and many of... Read More and the ASUS Transformer Prime TF201. These three join the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Nexus S and Motorola XOOM.

Rooting your phone How To Root Your Android Phone With SuperOneClick How To Root Your Android Phone With SuperOneClick Read More and installing a custom ROM How to Install a Custom ROM on Your Android Device How to Install a Custom ROM on Your Android Device Ready to revitalize your Android phone or tablet? Installing a custom ROM is the best way to do that -- powering it up with even better performance and features. Read More puts you into a unique circle of geeks with more control and knowledge about the Android smartphones they own. But perhaps you want to take a step further and be a part ROM development’s cutting edge. If so, nightly builds are for you.

Nightly builds are custom ROM releases that are built and released on a daily basis and include all the code updates from the previous day. They are not tested for stability and may include incomplete features. Those brave enough to download and use them receive first access to new features and also have the chance to help squash bugs by informing the developers of any problems.

Only the smartphones listed above are part of the nightly build program at this time. Although nightly builds don’t have a particular reputation for crashing phones or deleting data, anything is possible, so be sure to backup frequently. The download links can be found below.

Source: Phandroid

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  1. Duy Bui
    March 8, 2012 at 4:31 pm

    Excuse me, what (the hell) is the Galaxy Nexus S?

  2. Jafardhada@TraceTricks
    March 8, 2012 at 4:23 pm

    Nice article :) 

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