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Samsung Galaxy Ace updates to Android 4.4 KitKat with CyanogenMod

Of course, the fact that Android has such a large developer community is something really beneficial. Thanks to this, it does not matter so much that Samsung has forgotten the Samsung Galaxy Ace, something that is partly logical. And, this community of developers has managed to adapt CyanogenMod 11 to one of the best-selling smartphones in the world.

He Samsung Galaxy Ace it has never stood out as the best smartphone in the world. However, its low price, and the great promotion it has had by the operators, who offered it very cheap, has made it one of the best sellers in the world, and it is very easy to meet someone who have or have owned one of these smartphones. Its biggest problem, at this point, is that its performance will have declined a lot due to the new updates that have been installed, and also due to those updates that it has not been able to receive because it has old specifications. However, the developer community has adapted a CyanogenMod 11 Custom ROM to this smartphone.

CyanogenMod 11 is based on Android 4.4 KitKat, the latest version of the operating system, whose main novelty is to improve the operation of the operating system on devices with 512 MB RAM, which until now worked 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 from XDA Developers, and you need to be a root user. Basically, you have to follow the normal process to install any Custom ROM. The main difference is that ClockworkMod 6.0.4.6 or higher must be installed first. If we come from CyanogenMod 10 or later, then it is not necessary to Wipe the system. Can directly download the ROM from here.