Samsung Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Mini and Galaxy Gio owners would be forgiven to expect Android 4.4 KitKat update on their device since these were announced all the way back in 2011. But thanks to the openness of Android and the developers at XDA Forums, users of these outdated devices will get to enjoy the latest and greatest of Android.
This has been possible because Google had said Android 4.4 KitKat is capable of running on any device that has a 512 RAM, an apparent attempt to solving the outcry that Android phones become obsolete just within a year or two.
Breathe KitKat to your 2011 device
It should be noted that these CM ROMs are still in very early stage and you should expect some bugs along the way. Also, if you’re still under the warranty of your device, it will be void the moment you attempt to install this custom ROM. So, if you’re feeling adventurous and tired of the decade-old-looking Android on your phone, follow the links below
Do you own any of these devices? Are you going to try out KitKat’s CM ROM on your device? Let us know why in the comments.