CyanogenMod 5 is finally out for the following handsets – the HTC Dream, Magic and Sapphire, which are also better known as the T-Mobile G1 and myTouch 3G. This release has been touted to be experimental, so you might want to think twice before flashing it onto your work handset, unless you’re one who loves living on the edge of things and already made a backup of all your data and important information once every other hour. G1 owners who are curious enough to give this a go will require to install DangerSPL that has a remote chance of bricking said phone whenever you perform a full wipe.
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