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CyanogenMod 7 Final Released, Gingerbread For All

The godfather of Android development has completed his latest version of the famed CyanogenMod Rom series.  Thanks to a dedicated team , CyanogenMod 7 is available now for download.  This latest version of CyanogenMod brings Android 2.3 Gingerbread, to a slew devices.  A lot of which probably wouldn’t be seeing any kind of official update if it wasn’t for Cyanogen and Team Douche.

 

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The team worked fast, getting a few alpha and beta releases over the past few months, and recently releasing the several release candidate (RC) builds over the past two weeks.  All that culminated to the final stable release which has just been made available today for download.

Most of the top features that were the last version of CyanogenMod 6, have been included in this release.  They have also added some standard enhancements and various bug fixes.  The biggest improvement of all is the addition of many new devices that are now officially supported by the CyanogenMod team.  This now brings the list of supported devices to over 30!  It also includes some support for tablets like the NOOKcolor and the Viewsonic G-Tablet.

Rundown of supported devices for CM7 cyanogen logo

  • Nexus One (Passion)
  • Nexus S (Crespo)
  • HTC Aria (Liberty)
  • HTC Click (Tattoo)
  • HTC Dream (G1)/Magic (MT3G) (U)
  • HTC Desire (Bravo) CDMA
  • HTC Desire (Bravo) GSM
  • HTC Desire HD/Inspire
  • HTC Desire Z / G2 (Vision)
  • HTC EVO (Supersonic)
  • HTC EVO Shift (Speedy)
  • HTC Hero CDMA (Sprint)
  • HTC Hero GSM
  • HTC Incredible
  • HTC Legend
  • HTC myTouch 4G (Glacier)
  • HTC Slide (MT3G Slide)
  • HTC Wildfire (Buzz)
  • Geeksphone ZERO
  • Geeksphone ONE
  • ZTE Blade Variants
  • B&N Nook Color
  • Viewsonic G-Tablet
  • Commtiva z71 Variant

If you are interested in downloading the latest release or just interested in finding out if your Android device is supported, then you can head over to CyanogenMod forums.  Otherwise for a full chagelog and any other Cyanogen related news, you can check out CyanogenMod blog and the CyanogenMod Wiki.

[via CyanogenMod Network]

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