Release Candidate number 3 for CM7.2 has been built for the supported CyanogenMod devices. In addition, it appears that a more ‘human’ name of each device appears under the build list in addition to what used to just be the code names, which was confusing for some. Go and grab it for your phone […]
That’s right! Release Candidate number 2 for CM7.2 has been built for a whole tonne of supported CyanogenMod devices, with others being built now. Go and grab it for your phone now! Source: CyanogenMod Download Page
Is Android Gingerbread 2.3.x that bad to go back to? – Well I’ve i used Ice Cream Sandwich on a Phone and Tablet and I must say I enjoy it immensely, the UI flows more and it’s a better experience to Gingerbread, and so it should be as well being the new iteration of Android. […]
The CyanogenMod team have been hard at work on Ice Cream Sandwich and their implementation of it CM9 lately, but don’t despair as work is still being done on the older Gingerbread version that is CM7. CM 7.2.0 RC1 is here, the changelog isn’t up yet though officially, but it is over on Reddit via […]
Sprint’s iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S, the Epic 4G, has been oft-neglected due to bungled Samsung and/or Sprint OS updates, or lack thereof. In fact it took over a year from it’s release date for the Epic 4G to receive an update to Gingerbread 2.3.6. Now it would seem the Epic 4G has finally […]
XDA and CM developer lithid-cm has returned to the Android scene after a brief, frustrating trip down the iPhone path, and he returns with a BANG! He has created a CLI (common language interface) for building CM from source named, appropriately, CyanogenMod Compiler (NOTE: Linux only). Continue after the break for more info.
Yes it’s here the HP TouchPad newest release and it’s the third Alpha release of CyanogenMod 7 for the popular tablet that got sold off cheaply. I have one of these so i take interest in what they have fixed and apparently the SOD( Sleep of death) has been fixed, general Wi-Fi fixes, and a […]