A few weeks ago I started porting CyanogenMod 9 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to the Galaxy Tab 7 Plus. It was a slow start, but after fixing up the touchscreen driver for ICS things started moving much quicker. It has finally reached a state where I feel that it would benefit from public testing (as well as help from other people).
As you can see, it is based on Android 4.0.4:
The device is properly recognized as a tablet, so tablet-mode stuff (like the bottom bar) work properly. It’s incredibly fast; most transitions are buttery smooth, applications launch fast, etc. Hardware buttons (power and volume) work properly, and trigger appropriate Android OS functionality.
What doesn’t work
Lots of stuff is still broken. The list is very long!
- Hardware-accelerated video decoding
- Telephony (voice, sms, data)
- Ambient light sensor
Here are a few more screenshots to tide you over…