Nitro HD

Good news for anyone looking to get a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich on some of LG's latest hardware -- CyanogenMod 9 nightlies are now rolling out for the (GSM) LG Optimus LTE and its AT&T-branded counterpart, the Nitro HD. With its 720p display and 1.5GHz dual-core OMAP chip, vanilla Android 4.0 should feel right at home on the Nitro HD and Optimus LTE. We're sure owners of rooted devices will be eager to try out the latest builds of the popular custom firmware as they appear.

A word of warning, though -- CM9 nightly builds are early, experimental builds which may contain bugs, missing features or other undesirables. That's the price you pay for running a bleeding edge custom ROM based on the latest version of Android. If you understand what you're getting into, then you'll find download info over at the source link.

Source: CyanogenMod; via: +Ricardo Cerquiera

 
There are 2 comments

liteon163 says:

This bodes well for my LG Spectrum. I know that as a CDMA device it will take a bit longer to get ICS running properly due to driver issues, but someday I should be able to rock some CM9 goodness!

If the official OTA ICS update comes out first, that's where I will be until a stable CM9 release hits.

nickmiller71 says:

I'm thinking the same thing...though it looks bleak for the Spectrum at this point...It doesn't seem like many are enjoying it or adopting it and I'm thinking it'll probably go the way of the Revolution...