Samsung Continuum sees first custom ROM
The Samsung Continuum has finally entered the custom ROM scene, courtesy of Fascinate developer and Android Central adviser Adrynalyne. It’s a basic ROM, based on the DL17 release, with none of the bloat and none of the Bing. In short, it’s a de-odexed stock ROM with busybox added, and ready for others to fill in and create a masterpiece. And Adrynalyne doesn’t even have a Continuum, but was able to create this with help from bubby323 and Logan302. Community effort FTW.
If you rock a Continuum (and I totally would if I had Verizon service here on the frontier) you need to have a look. Hopefully this is the start of a rich development community for one of the most unique phones of 2010.
Posted on February 7, 2011, in Android, Gadgets, Information, Mobile Phones/Tablets, News and tagged android, continuum, custom rom, hack, iPodRohan, rohan sood, root, samsung, samsung continuum, smartphone, verizon. Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.