Set up Android four.zero.four ICS (CM9) on the Motorola Defy + MB526

motorola defy Set up Android four.zero.four ICS (CM9) on the Motorola Defy + MB526As you know both the Motorola Defy MB525 and the Motorola Defy + (Defy Plus) MB526 not have official support from Motorola Mobility to upgrade to Android 4.0 ICS , so if you want to have the latest version of Android once again have to resort to the help of the community.

The new reinforced Motorola DEFY + like its predecessor is resistant to water, dust, shock, etc., thanks to the screen Gorilla Glass and IP67 certification, it comes with Android 2.3.4 – Gingerbread 2.3.5 factory installed and the operators nor Motorola have offered support to upgrade toAndroid 2.3.6 , the stable version of Gingerbread .

So I decided to try one of the versions of CM9 nightlies calls on my Motorola Defy + .

That is what I did:

Going from Android 2.3.4 to 2.3.6 , rooting the new firmware and install Android 4.0.4 ICS based CM9developed by Quarx for Defy + .

The experience has been better with CM9 with Android 2.3.6 , everything is more fluid, have multiple toggles the menu bar or notification bar option to shutdown, reboot in power menu, the battery lasts longer, the WiFi is very fast, and comes with the application switcher v4.0 baseband so you can call and surf 3G with any carrier worldwide.

Briefly worth installing Android 4.0.4 ICS on the Defy + .

Remember that now you can install on your  Motorola Defy MB525 and MB526

Because I decided to use Quarx compilations and not those of Epsylon3?

Quarx and Epsylon3  are developers who are carrying out the possibility of  ICS  in  common Defy and Defy + .

By now those of  Quarx  are better optimized for the  Defy + , especially with the last build  -120716 CM9-NIGHTLY-Defy +. zip , and works the camera and can take photos and record videos in. mp4.

Very important: First of all we are not responsible for any damage that may occur to your device if you do not follow the tutorial to the letter or brikea, this guide is only for the model MB526 Defy + .

No matter if you have  Android 2.3.4, 2.3.5 or 2.3.6 on your Defy + , the important thing is that you have root access to the cwm recovery installed.

If you have  Android 2.3.6 with kernel based on BL7 , you should follow this guide to be root: DEFYPLUS_U3_4.5.1-134_DFP-231 .

It is recommended that if you have root or the cwm recovery installed, you do on a retail firmware can be  Android 2.3.5 or 2.3.6 , which is not an operator firmware because in some cases you can brikear your smartphone.

If you have root on your Defy + MB526:

1. – Download the following file:  Motorola.rar  feedback, I’ll gladly assist you to, we’ve the Defy + MB526  with this rom put in to respond to your entire questions.

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