The Motorola Atrix 4G (AT&T), Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) and the LG Optimus 3D (International) are all in different stages headed towards support of the most popular ROM available to Android users, CyanogenMod.
The Motorola Atrix 4G has a pre-beta build of CM7. The build is still beta with a mixture of CM7 features working and some not however it’s constantly being improved upon daily. If you have an Atrix 4G on AT&T and want to take a chance on the best ROM out there on AT&T’s best Android device than head here for the links via ModMyMobile
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According to Phandroid, isaacj87 a user over at their Android Forums, has been working on his Motorola Triumph since he got it. Over the weekend he came up with a bootable version of CyanogenMod however other than booting it’s not doing much more. Like most developers though we’re all pretty certain that he is going to continue working on it until he gets it right. The Motorola Triumph is available from Virgin Mobile for $300 off contract. It’s a Vanilla Android experience in a device comparable to the original Droid X. To keep up with his progress check out this thread.
The last phone on the way to CyanogenMod 7 is the LG Optimus 3D. This is the international version, but it could very well work on the LG Thrill by the time it’s released. The developer hasn’t posted a download link yet but reports that he’s making great progress and even had the 3D stereoscopic 3d working.