AndroidME ICS ROM for Rooted Nexus S!

Last couple days I have been guilty of trying out many ICS ROMs for my Nexus S and I think I may have found a good ICS ROM for it, the AndroidME ICS ROM.

I am not going to define a good ICS ROM here by judging its features and listing them but from experience of using these ROMs. ย And based on that, the AndroidME ICS ROM is one of the smoother ROMs on the Nexus S.

Of course, there’s more work to do like matching up the ROM with the right kernel to make it even faster/smoother but we will have that later this week.

In the meanwhile, go ahead and try this ROM on your Nexus S and let me know how it goes for you.

Download ROM:

Download AndroidME ICS ROM


Don’t forget to say thanks to user CdTDroiD at XDA for the ROM!

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22 Responses to AndroidME ICS ROM for Rooted Nexus S!

  1. Dane says:

    I can’t install the new AndroidME ROM. Is it because my Nexus S isn’t a T-Mobile Nexus S? What am I doing wrong? Thanks.

  2. Nexus S Hacks says:

    I don’t know where you got but you can surely try, although I think the AndroidME ROM comes with face unlock. Make sure you make a backup in CWM before flashing so if something goes wrong, you can revert back easily.

  3. Kevin says:

    Roms I’d love to see in action:

    * New chinese on the block : DianXin OS (sorta MIUI like, or rather iOS)

    * Brainmaster’s MIUI

    * Android Open Kang Project (or Kang’s CyanogenMod 9)

    And ofcourse, love to see a “Winner” ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Storm Net says:

    The bluetooth is not working in this Rom, could you check?

  5. ambarish nair says:

    *The ‘android market’ shortcut on the top right corner in the app drawer doesn’t work.
    *Google Voice Search force closes.
    other than that this is the Fastest & smoothest ICS Rom I’ve ever used on my Nexus S…
    waiting for the right Kernel..
    Thanks a ton Max .. ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. HolymighT says:

    Yeah AndroidMe ICS Awesome ..

    i Using Near 3 Day ..
    Eugene kernel Speedy 3 + AndroidMe = Best Stable Smooth And FAST Rom Of ICS .. I Testing It Battery Life 2 Day 8 Hr withouit Any Freeze Or Reset .. Its Awesome ROm , Everything Work , SMS , MMS , And …..

    Sry For My Bad English , I Hope My Info Help you :X

  7. Darius says:

    Tried it. But got an error in mounting after flashing

  8. Dane says:

    I don’t have Face Unlock. Is there a separate file for that one? Thanks.

  9. Bruce says:

    Are there any kernels which allow overclocking above 1GHz which work with this rom (AndroidME)?Thanks

  10. Dane Wedderburn says:

    The NexusBeam ROM I have now for my Nexus S is amazing. And it’s got the Face Unlock that I was hoping to see from the AndroidME ROM. Thanks again for the download. Cheers.

  11. Oliver Ransan-Elliott says:

    Great rom zippy just one thing YouTube crashes when opening from homescrean tiles..also where can one dl Eugene speedy kernel vThanks!

  12. pique says:

    Went through many articles regarding Rootin,Roms and Kernels. I’ve a pretty clear picture about
    it.Though I’d like the help of professionals before taking this step as this is my first time

    Model- Nexus S
    Android Version- 2.3.6
    Baseband Version- I9023XXKF1

    Certain Queries I’ve
    1. Will my Android Market app be deleted after I install any Rom and Kernel?

    2. How should I backup my data (Apps,contacts,msgs etc..) ?

    Suggestions I would like on-

    Which is the best kernel (In ICS or any other) with the best Kernel?(Or any other Rom,even if not ics)
    [I’m looking for atleast 12-15 hours battery backup and a decent performance(not laggy UI). I don’t want to
    O/C my phone at 1.46 Ghz, That would affect my battery in long run and I plan to not change my
    phone for atleast 2 years :P]
    Though in my judgement, Androidme ICS seems the perfect option considering my criteria. Correct me if I wrong. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Any help will be very kind. Thank you.

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