Without doubt many Android users are looking forward to getting their hands on the latest Android 4.0 update. While the update has made its way onto several devices, there still remains a pretty huge share of the Android population still running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Either way if you think that mods like CyanogenMod 7 that’s based on the Gingerbread build of Android is fine and you don’t see the need for CyanogenMod 9 yet, you will be pleased to learn that the latest build of CyanogenMod 7.2 is currently in the works and that a final release will be made “soon”.
Even better news is that for owners of devices that will not make it to CyanogenMod 9, let alone an official Android 4.0 update, is that the development of CyanogenMod 7 will continue even after 7.2 to ensure that as little people as possible will be left in the dark. On top of that, the team has also announced five new devices – the HTC Status, HTC Wildfire S, LG Optimus Chic, Motorola Photon and the Samsung Galaxy S 5 – as devices that have been added to the nightly list for CyanogenMod 7.2. Pop on over to the source link below for the details.
- 2014-04-17: Purchasing The OnePlus One Will Require An Invite
- 2014-04-15: OnePlus One Sample Photos Make Their Way Online
- 2014-03-31: CyanogenMod 11S For OnePlus One Spotted
- 2014-03-24: CyanogenMod Nightlies Adds Business/People Search In Dialer App
- 2014-02-27: OnePlus One Price Under $400
- 2014-01-15: CyanogenMod Installer Beta Makes Its Way Onto Mac Computers
- 2014-01-14: CyanogenMod Launches GalleryNext
- 2013-12-24: First CyanogenMod Phone Available Now
- 2013-12-22: Over 10 Million Android Devices Now Run CyanogenMod