Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 firmware is all over the blogs and its popularity and demand is increasing day by day. Today we bring to you Slim ICS which is an custom Rom based on Android 4.0 for the AT&T 4G. Mg2195, who is the member of XDA forum, ported Slim ICS over the ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S.
It is so named because it is extremely minute in size and weighs around 80MB. The Slim ICS gives you the complete feel and look of the Ice Cream Sandwich along with its improved performance. The main features of Slim ICS ROM include:
- The built is from sources of AOSP with few additional features of AOKP and CM team.
- Customization is very simple and easy.
- 60 MB of the common base ROM
- 20 MB of device essentials.
- This firmware comes with 5 languages support which includes English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
- Slim ICS includes the Zeam Launcher.
It is important to note that as it is a Rom based on AOSP, few features such as 3G video conferencing is not presently available. However, the other video calls using applications from 3rd party such as Skype will perform fine. Also, in case you plan to use the swype keyboard as a preferred one, then you may have to get the beta version from beta.swype.com since Swype doesn’t come included in this package.
It is important to note that this ROM is only compatible on the AT&T Infuse 4G, bearing the 1997 model number as it is specially designed only for this smartphone. It doesn’t go along with any other device including the Rogers Infuse 4G. Before starting with the download and installation procedure, it is imperative for you to check the phone and its firmware version by going in the settings.
So go ahead and visit the official development page to install the Slim ICS ROM and to get the latest updates on the ROM.