CyanogenMod 7 Final Released; Supports More Than 30 Devices

The final version of CyanogenMod 7 has finally been released! After being in testing for more than 4 months, and releasing more than 35+ nightly builds, the CM team has released the final version of one of the most popular custom ROM based on AOSP.


CM7 is based on the latest version of Android i.e. Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread), and features some nifty features like a DSP Manager, Incognito mode in browser, multiple lock screen styles, Phone Goggles and support for themes!

In its latest version, CM7 supports more than 30 devices including the Nexus S, Nexus One, Desire HD, Desire Z, EVO 4G, Hero, Nook Color and the Tattoo.


I have already been using CM7 right since the first RC was released, and I have absolutely no doubt that it’s the best AOSP based ROM out there.

The whole change-log of CM7 can be found here. Readers interested in flashing CM7 on their Android handset must make sure that their handset is already rooted. The easiest way of flashing CM7 on a rooted Android handset, is to use ROM Manager. Alternatively, readers can download CM7 for their handset from here.

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Rajesh Pandey

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