CyanogenMod

As we learned from the previously announced code freeze on CM9, the CyanogenMod team has been working hard on getting CyanogenMod 7.2 stable builds out the door for various devices. Though no ETA's were given in their previous announcements, If you head on over the CyanogenMod downloads page there is a bunch of devices that have new builds available for download that have been marked as stable.

There is yet to be an official announcement from the CyanogenMod team but surely it's coming when they have a few more devices covered. Go ahead, have a look and see if you can among the first to give CyanogenMod 7.2 a go. Make sure you drop by the Android Central forums as well and let us know how things are working out for ya!

Source: CyanogenMod Downloads

 
There are 9 comments

DaGODFather says:

What's the deal with the EVO 3d??...no love!

jmartinbsu says:

It's that darn 3d screen. . .

Now if they can only figure out a way for Sprint phones to update PRL without having to save, reload OEM, UPdate, reload CyanogenMod...

bllackkman says:

It takes forever for anyone to do anything for the EVO 3D, If Motorola or HTC makes the next Nexus I will buy it, but the 3D Dev's have all moved on even on MIUI they left alot of people hanging there bluetooth not working and all sort of crazy shhhh!t

jlself says:

Where's mah Samsung Charge :(

Foxpaw says:

Running it on my EVO Shift. Working great so far!

EVO28312 says:

Sorry but EVO 3d is a lost cause. The og EVO still gets more love. It's all about the new EVO LTE now!!

STENDEC says:

Up and running on my trusty Nexus One. Working well so far. Phone seems MUCH faster post-update!

shawn122 says:

Downloaded and running on my captivate. It's good to see voodoo sound in the kernel. Voodoo was the only reason why I flashed other kernels... But now I may not have too.

rodvillegas says:

I would love a stable build for my Sprint Galaxy S II since Samsung does not seem to want ICS on it right now.