We all knew that the community would be working hard on porting the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) SDK to run on our current devices. Until the Android 4.0 source code is dropped into the AOSP, this is the only option we have. It works, but not as good as an AOSP builds. They are generally slower and less functional but offer us the chance to preview the latest greatest software available for our Android devices.
There are a few builds if ICS currently in development by the community and we’ve started a list of the ones we know about in the AndroidSPIN forums.
The video I’m going to show you today is a very early build for the Google Nexus One and is no way meant to be a daily ROM. The developers are working hard to get more functionality in the ROM, but for now, we don’t have any data connections so it’s only good for those of you who want to get a look and play around with ICS.
Here’s the video for your enjoyment: