CyanogenMod 7.0 Final Gingerbread build for Android released

• 11/04/2011

cyanogenmod 7 final release gingerbread android 2.3.3

The Android community is very large, and if you’ve ever wondered why people are so ‘pro-Android’ it’s usually the development community and support you get that turns you into a huge fan. With many handsets currently struggling to get the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread updates out from either their carriers or their manufacturers, the team of CyanogenMod has been improving their CM7 release of Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread for many Android smartphones since the Gingerbread source code was made available from Google a few months back in 2010.

After many trials and errors and bug fixes, CyanogenMod 7.0 is now a stable final release, and it is supported on many Android smartphones currently in use. If you’ve ever wondered whats so awesome about modding your Android device with a great custom ROM that not only looks great, but actually improves your devices overall performance, you may want to check it out. As always though, this should be done with extreme caution and attention to detail. That said, instructions are a plenty, with a whole community ready to lend a hand!

Hit CyanogenMod below to find out more.

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