As with all Cyanogen mods it’s based on the Gingerbread AOSP but has a lot of extras in it. This is an RC1 so it’s still in release candidate status and not their full release, but close and ready! Cyanogen says that “these builds are feature-complete and fairly well tested, but still have some minor tweaking…” He goes onto say that you should find these builds stable enough to use everyday.
Cyanogen gives special thanks on this release to CodeAurora, and OMAPzoom.org. He also thanks T-Mobile for opensourcing their theme engine as well as the coders on his team.
New features in CM7 include a revamped and customizable lock screen, a restyled music app, “phone goggles”, and gesture support.
You can find the latest builds in ROM Manager or any of the TDR Mirror sites. Head on over to the Cyanogenmod site now.
TDG Note on CyanogenMod, XDA, TD and Other Developer sites.
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