Now that the Ice Cream Sandwich source code has been released, it was inevitable it would be ported over to older devices. That work has begun in earnest — Cyanogenmod 9 is already under development, with a targeted January release date. ICS is also running on several older Android devices already, in varying states of usability. We'll be keeping track of other various Ice Cream Sandwich ports and hacks right here, as they come.
The HTC One V's ROM, including Android 4.0 and Sense 4, has been unofficially ported to the older HTC Desire S and HD.
We were teased with a video of Android 4.0 running on a Nokia N9 last month, and now an unofficial public alpha release of the OS for the N9 is available over at the NITDroid development forum.
Our love affair with the Nokia N9's Harmmatan UI may soon be coming to an end, thanks to a pretty massive upgrade being cooked up for the 3.9-inch smartphone by the developer community: Android 4.0!
The Dell Streak 7 is getting an unofficial upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich thanks to the TabletROMs community.
A new video shows CyanogenMod 9 running on the HP TouchPad, bringing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to HP's ill-fated slate.
The enterprising hackers at xda-developers have put together an "pre-alpha" version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Kindle Fire, marking the first time we've seen Amazon's budget tablet running the latest and greatest version of Android.
Android's Ice Cream Sandwich has been ported to the original Motorola Droid in a pre-alpha build.
The Nokia N900 gets an Android 4.0 facelift in this pre-pre-alpha video demonstration.
CyanogenMod 9 developers are bringing increasingly stable versions of Android 4.0 to the Samsung Nexus S and Galaxy S international version. According to developer Koushik Dutta, it's suitable for use as a "daily driver" on the Nexus S
The HTC Evo 4G is now running an alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich put together by the hackers over at xda-developers.
The very first Android phone gets the very latest Android ROM: Ice Cream Sandwich is working on the HTC G1, if only in an alpha form.
The HTC HD2 has received an upgrade to Android 4.0, courtesy of an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM produced by the developer community.
An unofficial ICS port for the EeePad Transformer is shown in a youtube video with working touchscreen, Wi-Fi, and a speedy browser.
The Android modding community has come through once again, delivering an Ice Cream Sandwich port for Samsung's original Galaxy S — though there are some caveats.
An XDA Developers user has extracted the Android 4.0 keyboard application, and made it available to phones running 2.2 and 2.3.
Hackers already have Ice Cream Sandwich running on the Samsung Galaxy S II just a few days after Google released the source code.
The AOSP version of Ice Cream Sandwich has been ported to Google's previous Android flagship phone, the Nexus S. It's stable and responsive, with almost full functionality available.
Version 9 of Cyanogenmod for Android is being made for Ice Cream Sandwich. The Gingerbread version shall continue to be developed until the release of CM9 while the Honeycomb version is being skipped over due to lack of source code.