One of the most famous custom ROMs in the Android modding community, CyanogenMod version 7.1 has finally been released. This new release was supposed to be launched last weekend, but due to some issues, it was held back. There are a ton of new features added and the new mod now supports up to 68 Android devices. Some of the new devices added to today’s release, include the Galaxy S II, Incredible S and a bunch of Xperia devices like the Mini Pro, Play and the Arc. Check this link for the full list of devices.
Bettering the Android experience
Some of the new features in the new 7.1 release include:
- Android 2.3.7
- Bluetooth mouse support
- Improve album-artist support in media scanner
- Wake on volume key option
- Latest Superuser app
- Lockscreen haptic and statusbar indicators toggle
- Show current FM status on lockscreen
- Screenshot feature via power menu
- 'Mark all read' option in MMS
So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the Android Marketplace and download the ROM Manager app if your phone is rooted and download the specific ROM for your phone from here.
Publish date: October 10, 2011 5:25 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:40 pm
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