CyanogenMod 7.0 is now final, ready for your consumption
Is your phone manufacturer’s Android ROM not treating you quite the way it should? Worry not, Cyanogen’s got your back as usual and has just released the final v7.0 of the CyanogenMod, now based on Android 2.3.3. There’s an extensive list of supported Android handsets, which is now also augmented with a couple of tablets: the B&N Nook Color and the Viewsonic G Tablet. As usual with custom ROMs, we advise reading up and making sure you know what you’re doing before you do it, but if you’re already up to speed on the latest in homebrewed Android, this is the moment you’ve been eagerly waiting for. Full details of the changes made in version 7 plus instructions on how to get it set up on your Android device can be found below.
Posted on April 11, 2011, in Android and tagged android, ANDROID 2.3, android 2.3.3, Android2.3, Android2.3.3, Barnes & Noble Nook Color, cm 7, Cm7, custom ROM, CustomRom, Cyanogen, cyanogen mod, cyanogen mod 7, CyanogenMod, CyanogenMod7, Firmware, gingerbread, Google, hack, hacking, mobile os, MobileOs, mod, modding, os, Read-only memory, rom, root, software, Software release life cycle, ViewSonic G Tablet. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.