Forum user JCrater11 and others have been keeping up a nightly changelog for Cyanogenmod 6 for the Sprint HTC Evo 4G. Last month we told you it was coming, and since then development has taken off. For those of you who don't know, Cyanogenmod is built from and Android 2.2 Froyo source and doesn't include anything that is closed-source. If you don't have an Evo, you can check to see if your phone is supported by Cyanogen at the developer website. If you are rocking the Evo, though, head on over to the forum thread and check out what's new in the nightlies (and if you notice something that isn't there, feel free to pitch in). [Android Central Forums]
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