It's far from a final version, but those of you waiting for the CyanogenMod team to release some delicious Froyo for your HTC Evo, it's your lucky day. The first of the nightly builds (think of them as the beta version of the beta version) is available for download. Of course we all dove right in and I'll have to say, it's very nice. If you're fully rooted and ready to try, you can get your very own copy right HERE. Since CyanogenMod is a 100 percent open source project, you'll have to download the Google applications separately, and it just so happens that the ones right HERE work perfectly. Thanks everyone on Twitter who sent this in, and a special shout out to the developers!
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