Cyanogen has provided a rare jaw-dropping experience that I haven’t had on a mobile device since I got Debian to run on a Nokia N900.
I suppose I should be grateful that I can install a community-built OS on my phone at all.
Much has been written on this by folks way smarter than me. Best I can do is walk you through the steps I took.
Following these steps won’t do anything to help that crappy camera; they will, however, make your Spice run significantly faster and put you firmly in control of your device.
Because digital rights is such a hard sell to those who don’t immediately grasp it, let me show how C-32 would make me a criminal, three times over. Then you can decide for yourself if what I’m about to describe falls within reasonable use or not…