Not long after Android 2.3.5 has been reaching more devices, XDA member AdamG has brought us some more excellent news. Apparently, he has released to the public an AOSP version of Android for the Galaxy S II, incorporating a few bugfixes and features. Though the ROM follows the common minimal approach of numerous others, and is still under development, many users claim it stable enough to be their daily driver.
Some notable features are:
- Adhoc wifi support (which opens up the possibility for wifi hotspot goodness)
- Advanced power menu, with reboot and screenshot options
- Facebook contact sync
- SIP calling over 3g (which is nice, because setting this up is not that easy to do anymore)
A format is required to apply this AOSP ROM. Let us know how it goes!