CyanogenMod 7.1 Released to Over 50 Devices

The CyanogenMod team has released a new update to their popular Android ROM bringing a whole mess of fixes and new features to 68 devices. The list of changes is too numerous to list here, but a full changelog is available detailing everything from Bluetooth improvements to enhanced camera options. The new ROM is build up around Android 2.3.7 and includes support for many new devices, including the HTC Incredible 2, T-Mobile G2X (LG Optimus 2X0, Samsung Galaxy SII, and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. Head on over to the source link below for all the details or fire up ROM Manager to get CM7.1 now.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/vanhouse David VanHouse

    I don’t see a stable 7.1 release for the droid x :(

  • Scotsman of Loch Ness

    I run the nightlies so I’ve be on 2.3.7 for a wee bit. :D

    • Kevin Cox

      Yeah, the nightlies have been working really well on my OG Incredible.

      Droid X guys: Cyanogen’s website says the X is supported. You might check out the Team Black Hat guys. They seem to do a lot for the X.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UBW2U6QGTXK5RKIL2EWLDQSJNQ Horace

        i used to get 12-14 hours of battery life for my OG Inc…. now getting 18-19 on the Cyanogen Nightlies with an updated kernel

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UBW2U6QGTXK5RKIL2EWLDQSJNQ Horace

    The latest nightlies have been really impressive… I am getting great performance and battery life… CyanogenMod gets better and better

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=718111037 Robert Ayala

    Still no support for the Samsung Galaxy S2 Epic 4g Touch :(

    • DrMacinyasha

      Toastcfh and koush are supposedly working on it.

  • Pkmmte

    Does anyone know if this works with rooted (of course) Droid X running leaked gingerbead?

    • http://www.facebook.com/vanhouse David VanHouse

      Yes it will

    • http://twitter.com/havens1515 Randroid

      There is no stable build for the X or the 2, but there are nightlies. I think the official nightlies are still running on the Froyo kernel (I know the Droid 2 officials are.) I would recommend going to the rootzwiki forum and asking there. The unofficial nightlies that are posted here will definitely run on the Droid X with GB.

      http://rootzwiki.com/showthread.php?3335-DEV_THREAD-DroidX-CM7-with-Gingerbread-Kernel

  • Itchy_Robot

    I’ve been running nightlies on my Incredible and battery life has been much better than Sense stock. Plus, the OS is 100 times better than stock.

    • The_Other_Ray

      Does it allow for 720 camera recording and 8 megapixel pictures?

      • Itchy_Robot

        Only 480p for videos. But honestly, I can barely tell the difference between the two since the Inc’s video camera sucks so bad. 720p on the Inc is pretty useless. All it does is add size to the file.

        I am not sure about the camera. It takes pictures that look good enough for me =) the size of the images I take with Cmod are 3264×2448

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UBW2U6QGTXK5RKIL2EWLDQSJNQ Horace

        I believe the the still camera is fine, but no 720p

  • Jason Purp

    I’ll be waiting for CM8, kthx

    • http://openid.aol.com/inguatu newdiedewdie

      kthx <– you must wear skinny jeans. Why 8? What can you actually confirm in 8 that you will need for your phone, assuming you are still going to use the same ratty looking phone when 8 arrives. Thought so.

      • Jason Purp

        Skinny jeans? Quite the opposite. I’m no hipster.

        And calm the hell down. I honestly don’t understand your outrage at my comment.

    • Tony Murray

      There will be no CM8, only CM9.

  • http://profiles.google.com/drhrmu DRH RMU

    Where are you CM7.1 for Droid Charge? Or any official support for Droid Charge? grrrrr

  • Canon User

    BLAH BLAH BLAH, where is CM for the Touchpad? :)

  • Daniel Keane

    MIUI is based on CM right? so will MIUI work this update into their next versions also?