The custom ROMs are a real salvation for all terminals that no longer receive any official update from the manufacturers. And ‘the case of the devices mentioned in the title, or the “old” Galaxy Gio, Galaxy Mini, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Ace .
The 4 smartphone does not have some particular fame (Galaxy Ace excluded) and, because of advanced age (remember that their submission dates back to three years ago ), are not supported in any way by Samsung.
Fortunately, within the Android update officers are not the only way to increase the performance of a device. He must have thought this yajnab , the member of XDA has created an unofficial version of the famousCyanogenMod 11 (based on Android 4.4.2 Kitkat , remember) to the terminal object of this article.
Porting, if we want to call it, is obviously not perfect and is still considered to be in a state alpha . In any case, it is certainly worth to test the improvements made by Kitkat even on entry-level devices with little RAM.
Here is the link to the threads on XDA:
- CyanogenMod 11 for Samsung Galaxy Gio ;
- CyanogenMod 11 for Samsung Galaxy Fit ;
- CyanogenMod 11 for Samsung Galaxy Mini ;
- CyanogenMod 11 for Samsung Galaxy Ace .
Are you going to test the ROM on your devices? Do not forget to write your experience in the comments.