Since the source code release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a lot of developers have been very busy porting and crafting ROMs for a number of devices. With all the Android phones and tablets out there, though, it’s tough to keep track of what is and isn’t out there. Fortunately, you can now have all of that information in one handy resource! We’re going to run down the list of ports for devices out there, and link you to the development forums where you can monitor progress for your particular device. Development is an ongoing process, and things change every day. It’s a good idea to bookmark this thread, as well as the links to your device and check them daily for new progress. As more devices see ports and custom ROMs, we’ll be sure to add them to the list as well. You can quickly search for your device in this post by hitting CTRL+F and typing your device name in the search box.
Note to developers:
If you are a developer and would like us to add your port or custom ROM to this list, please leave details in the comments on where we can find your work, or feel free to email us. We would love to get your work out there for people to see.
Rootzwiki developer droidth3ory is hard at work building Razr Sandwich for the Droid RAZR by Motorola. You can monitor continuing progress on this port in this Rootzwiki thread.
A leaked build of the official ICS update for the GSM version of the RAZR is available from the folks over at Droid RAZR forums. This will not work for the Verizon version.
DHacker29 of RootzWiki is building Ic3RAZR for the CDMA RAZR. You can find his work here.
Rootzwiki developer jt1134 is heading up development for the Samsung Fascinate. You can monitor progress on this device from this Rootzwiki thread.
Rootzwiki developers aceoyame and mrlase are both working on ports of ICS for the Droid X. The aceoyame port is based on the popular MIUI custom ROM, where mrlase port is build on Cyanogenmod 9. You can monitor progress on the MIUI port from this thread, and follow development for ShadowICS from this thread.
Developers from Rootzwiki and XDA are working on ports of ICS for the Samsung Vibrant. DarkRedFlame on Rootzwiki is heading that project, which you can monitor from this thread. Over on XDA, the project is headed by neobuddy89. You can watch the ongoing progress of the port on this thread.
RootzWiki’s SixStringsG has a CM9 Kang in the works for the Vibrant. You can find his work here.
Developer TwistedUmbrella is hosting this project on both Rootzwiki and XDA. You can pick the site of your choice, as both threads seem to be updated equally. You can monitor progress on Rootzwiki from this thread, or on XDA from this thread.
Liquid0624 from Rootzwiki is building LiquidICS for the Thunderbolt, which you can follow here.
Rootzwiki’s Protekk is building the ICS Christmas Edition, which you can find here.
ProTekk, a developer on Rootzwiki, is heading this project. This project is coming along very nicely, and continuing progress on it can be followed from this thread. Another Rootzwiki dev, AeroEvan, is working on a CM9-Based ROM. You can follow his work here.
Acer Iconia Tab A500:
Iconia Tab Home Screen
One of this year’s early Honeycomb tablets is getting some love from XDA developer blazingwolf . You can follow the progress of this project on this XDA thread.
A leaked development build of the official ICS update for the Acer A500 has spurred some new innovation over at XDA. You can find the build here.
Amazon Kindle Fire:
One of the hottest new budget tablets around, the Kindle Fire is seeing a lot of development from many different sources. The ICS port, though, is being hosted on XDA by developer g1011999. You can keep up with his progress from this XDA thread. XDA developer Bl1nkk is also working on a CM9 bases port of ICS for the Fire, which you can follow here.
Barnes & Noble Nook Color:
The predecessor to the Nook Tablet, the Nook Color has been a favorite of Android hackers for a while now. Development for this device is being headed by dalingrin of XDA. You can follow his work on this thread, or if you prefer to follow him at Rootzwiki you can do so on this thread.
The HTC Aria is still kicking, and it’s also getting an ICS port that’s being worked on by dustinhayes93 of XDA. You can track his work for this device from this XDA thread.
The HTC Desire is still very popular, and work on a port of ICS is well underway. It’s headed by XDA developer Sandvold. You can monitor the progress of this port from this XDA thread.
HTC Desire HD:
HTC Desire HD
The Desire HD will be getting an ICS port courtesy of XDA developer zFr3eak. This project is out of its infancy and can be tracked from this XDA thread.
LorD ClockaNof Xda is continuing the work of zFr3eak with Ice Cold Sandwich. You can find this ROM here.
mike1986 from XDA is developing Android Revolution HD for this device. You can follow his work here.
HTC Desire S:
HTC Desire S
The Desire S from HTC is seeing great progress toward an ICS port, courtesy of superkid from XDA. You can keep tabs on the progress of this port from this thread on XDA.
The HTC Evo 3D is seeing development on both Rootzwiki and XDA, both courtesy of joelz9614. You can pick your forum of choice and monitor progress on Rootzwiki here, or on XDA here. You can also find the beta of his Ice 4.0.3 ROM here.
XDA’s TMartin and team have the Endeavor ROM in the works, which you can follow here.
RootzWiki’s AdhvanIt is bringing ICS to the EVO 3D with Decoris 3D, which you can find here.
The G1 is still alive and kicking, and ICS is being ported to keep it around a little longer. XDA developer jcarrz1 is heading development of this project. You can track his progress on this thread at XDA.
Rootzwiki’s UndeadK9 has a near-stable ROM for the MT4GS, called RubiX Liquid ICE. You can find his work here.
Developer lifezaglitch of Rootzwiki has a build of ICS called ICSex, which you can find here.
The HTC HD2 is getting ICS compliments of tytung over on XDA. You can monitor the progress of this port over on XDA from this thread.
HTC Hero CDMA and GSM Versions:
HTC Hero Sprint Version
The HTC Hero is getting ICS support for both the CDMA and GSM versions. The CDMA project is being headed by jaybob413 of XDA, while the GSM version is being developed by stritfajt of XDA. You can track the CDMA version’s progress from this thread, or the GSM version’s development from this thread.
HTC Droid Incredible:
HTC Droid Incredible
XDA developer ithrewitontheground is behind the ICS port for the HTC Incredible. You can track the progress of this port from this thread on XDA. R2DoesInc and t3hh4xx0r team from Rootzwiki are also bringing pure ICS to the Droid Incredible with Pure Ice Cream Sandwich. You can follow their progress in this thread.
HTC Incredible S:
HTC Incredible S
The HTC Incredible S is getting ICS courtesy of st.matt on the XDA Forum. This port is built on the CM9 source, and you can monitor the progress of its development from this thread on XDA.
Droid 2/Droid 2 Global:
Droid 2/ Droid 2 Global
Rootzwiki developer bikedude880 is building a ROM based on CM9 for the Droid 2 Global, which you can follow here. JBirdVegas has also forked his work for the Droid 2, which you can follow here.
Huawei Ideos X5 U8800:
Huawei Ideos X5 U8800
This Huawei device is getting ICS from multiple developers. The first is genokolar of XDA, whose progress you can monitor on this thread. The other is oguzhan mobile, also of XDA. You can stay up-to-date on his progress over at this thread.
LG G2X/Optimus 2X:
The first publicly released dual core device from LG is getting ICS compliments of XDA developer Azuske. You can check in on his work at this thread on XDA.
CM Team member arcee has put together a couple of self kang builds of CM9 for the G2X and O2X, which you can find here.
x0xhellx0x of RootzWiki has produced a very stable and workable CM9 build of ICS dubbed HellFire Sandwich. You can download it and follow the update here.
RootzWiki’s Richie has a MIUI port for the G2X powered by Faux kernels CM, which you can find here.
ICS for the Motorola Defy is coming by way of XDA developer Epsylon3. He has an ongoing thread over at XDA, which you can find here.
Motorola Droid (OG Droid):
The OG Droid from Motorola has 2 ICS ports in the works from XDA. The first is from Kfazz, whose work you can find here. The second is from Kabaldan, who is porting CM9 to the device. You can follow his work here.
Motorola Droid 3:
Motorola Droid 3
The slide-out keyboard packing Motorola Droid 3 will be seeing an ICS port from XDA developer HashCode, who is on both Rootzwiki and XDA. You can pick you site of choice and follow progress for this port on Rootzwiki at this thread, or over at XDA on this thread.
The Motorola Triumph will be seeing ICS from developer isaacj87 of Android Forums. You can track the progress of this port from this thread.
The Samsung Captivate ICS port is being headed by XDA developer DemonWav. He hosts a thread on XDA with his progress, which you can follow here. He isn’t the only one though. Another XDA developer, atinm is also porting ICS over to the Captivate. You can follow his progress from this thread.
Samsung Epic Touch 4G (Sprint Galaxy SII:
Samsung Epic Touch 4G
The Sprint version of the Galaxy S II, the Epic Touch 4G, has an ICS port in development called “Project ICS”. It’s being headed by developer -viperboy- of XDA, who has an ongoing thread running here.
Rootzwiki developer sbrissen has a CM9 kang in the works, which you can find here.
ACS Syndicate’s Shabbypenguin has a very stable release of ICS for the Epic Touch 4G. You can find his team’s work here, as well as an installation guide and video.
Samsung Galaxy 3:
Samsung Galaxy 3
The Galaxy 3 from Samsung is getting ICS from developer icsforg3 over at XDA. You can track the progress of this port at XDA from this thread. This is not the S III.
Samsung Galaxy Note:
Samsung Galaxy Note
The Galaxy Note for AT&T has been very successful here, as well as in Europe and other countries. Development for ICS for this device is being headed up by XDA developer Maui, whose progress you can follow from this thread on XDA.
XDA’s DaxINFINITY, and several others have built Code Android for use with the Galaxy S, Galaxy Nexus and Xoom. You can find this project here.
PaulForde of XDA is developing ICSSGS for the Galaxy S. You can find his work here.
Samsung Galaxy S II:
Galaxy S II
The Galaxy S II is certainly not being left out. ICS for this device is being undertaken by XDA developer Matriak31. You can monitor progress of this port on this thread over at XDA.
Samsung is working on its own custom ROM for the Galaxy S II, adding the TouchWiz overlay to ICS. You can track its progress over at SamMobile, or dive right in and download it. You’ll also need the password samfirmware.com to unlock the file. You can check it out below in the video.
2 new versions, builds 4.0.1, and 4.0.3, have been released. These are official Samsung builds, which you can find on SamMobile.
XDA developer adyscorpius has a very stable MIUI ROM available for the Galaxy S II. You can find his work here.
XDA’s westcrip is developing Resurrection Remix for the Galaxy S II, which you can find here.
Samsung Galaxy Tab:
Original Galaxy Tab
The OG Galaxy Tab is still getting support from the Android Community a year after its release. This device will be getting ICS from developers on both Rootzwiki and XDA. Over at Rootzwiki, ICS is coming via a CM9 build from jt1134. You can track progress of that port on this thread. Over at XDA, development is being done by ani55. You can view progress on that port on this thread.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9:
Galaxy Tab 8.9
A new port of ICS is in the works for the Galaxy Tab 8.9 from XDA developer nycbjr. You can keep up to date with his work from this thread.
Samsung Nexus S:
Google Nexus S
Note that this is not the Nexus S 4G. The Nexus S is seeing ICS from none other than Koush, among other developers. This device has a number of ports and ROMs already. Over at XDA you can monitor progress of the port from Koush at this thread. Over at Rootzwiki, you’ll find a few different ROMs for your use. Again, Koush has an AOSP build available on this thread. Developer HTCClay hosts the Super ICS ROM on this thread. Developer iceandfire has put together Ultimate ICS on this thread. Finally, SuperG81 has the CM9 Kang Euroskank Style ROM over at this thread.
Samsung Nexus S 4G:
Samsung Nexus S 4G
The Nexus S 4G also has multiple ICS ports in the works from developers at Rootzwiki. Developer rlaSalle15 has a build based on Koush’s CM9 build, which you can find here. TheMaster has a port in development with a custom kernel, which you can monitor progress on here. Mobile_Sensei has an AOSP build of ICS with elements taken from Liberty, which you can find here. mwielgosz of Rootzwiki is developing a new ROM from scratch called Crossbones, which you can check out here.
Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700:
Samsung Galaxy Spica
The Galaxy Spica from Samsung has an ICS port in the works from developer tom3q of the SamDroid forums. You can track the progress of this port from this thread.
Sony’s Xperia X10 has an ICS port in the works from XDA developer zdzihu. You can keep up with his work on this project from this thread on XDA.
The official Sony PlayStation phone, the Xperia Play is getting an ICS port from XDA’s DooMLoRD. You can track the progress of this ROM here.
The OG Xoom has a couple of builds in the works. The first is from Rootzwiki’s Team Eos, makers of Tiamat, whose work you can find here. Kejar31, also of Rootzwiki, is building GummyXoom, an ICS ROM built on AOSP and the Tiamat Kernel. You can find this ROM here.
XDA’s DaxINFINITY, and several others have built Code Android for use with the Galaxy S, Galaxy Nexus and Xoom. You can find this project here.
Other Xperia Devices:
Sony is crafting a custom build of ICS for the Xperia arc S, Xperia neo V, and Xperia ray. You can find their direct download links, as well as progress updates and installation instructions on their site.
Toshiba Folio 100:
Toshiba Folio 100
Toshiba’s Folio 100 tablet may not have gotten much love from its manufacturer, but XDA developer Jon2555 is attempting to do just that by bringing ICS to the device. You can follow his work from this thread on XDA.
Notion Ink Adam:
Notion Ink Adam
Indian startup Notion Ink was the darling of the Android world at the end of 2010. Their Adam tablet was ahead of the game in theory and hardware, the first to put the NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip to work in a tablet. Unfortunately, they were a small company and struggled getting their device to market before the big names in tech pushed theirs out to consumers. But the Adam is still alive and kicking, and Notion Ink is prepping it for ICS. You can find the download links and details on status here.
The beta release of ICS for the Adam has been made available on Notion Ink’s Blog. This update adds GPS and 3G functionality.
Rootzwiki developer scrosler is crafting CleanROM ICS for the HTC Rezound. You can find his work here.
An early build of ICS for the OG Transformer is in the works from XDA’s paulburton. You can find his work here.
HTC Sensation 4G:
HTC Sensation 4G
Rootzwiki’s baadnewz has a stable 4.0.3 ROM for the Sensation 4G, which you can find here.
V-6 Maniac is developing Sense-O-Maniac Ice 4.0.3 for the Sensation 4G. You can find his work here.
Dell Streak 7:
Dell Streak 7
RootzWiki’s Giveen has developed ICS for the Dell Streak 7, which you can find here. CyanogenMod:
Of course, the most popular of the custom ROMs out there, Cyanogenmod, has their team hard at work developing their own flavor of Ice Cream Sandwich. You can monitor the ongoing progress of CM for all supported devices from their website.
Team Kang’s Android Open Kang Project is one of the most robust and sought after ROMs anywhere. It’s popularity hasn’t yet pushed it past Cyanogenmod, but if you’re looking for a system that really allows you to tweak just about anything, this is it. With AOKP, you can control every aspect of your UI, as well as tweak hardware settings like the CPU speed. AOKP currently supports a lot of devices. You can find them over at RootzWiki, as well as their website.
Another popular favorite, Virtuous ROM has been around the Android world a long time. They don’t support near as many devices, but these guys are great at what the do. Find them over at RootzWiki.
Another solid multi-device ROM, Gummy can be found over at RootzWiki.
Keeping up with the ports:
This is an ongoing thread. Obviously there are tons of ports out there in the works, and we’re trying to get them all into one resource for folks to follow. If you have information on a port that we haven’t found yet, please post it in the comments section with a link to where it’s being developed, so we can give the developers due credit and draw attention to their work. If you are a developer, please do the same or email us with information about your work.