CyanogenMod 7 Releases Final Version

Getting root access to your phone could be one of the best things you can do for your phone. Release your phone of useless applications that manufacturers and carriers insist you need, which inturn will make your beloved device run a bit better. The downside is if you don’t know what you’re doing you could easily turn your phone into a beautifully expensive paper weight or “brick”. Through all the trials a tribulations of “hacking” or rooting Android phones one custom ROM has stood out for its stable performance. CyanogenMod 7 has finally come through the alpha’s and Beta’s phases of testing and is now available to all in its final release version. Well worth the wait.

CyanogenMod 7 is a custom ROM that is built on Android 2.3.3 or Gingerbread. To some this custom ROM is what every Android phone should be out of the box. To install CyanogenMod7 on your compatible Android phone you will first need to gain root access to your device. Gaining root access is simple enough, however can leave you with a worthless phone if you are unsure what you are doing. Secondly you should take a quick look at the compatible devices. While CyanogenMod7 will work for 30 plus Android models it is not compatible with all Android devices.

  • Google Nexus One
  • Google Nexus S
  • HTC Desire
  • HTC EVO 4G
  • HTC G2 (Desire Z)
  • HTC Incredible
  • HTC Inspire (Desire HD)
  • Barnes and Noble Nook Color
  • HTC myTouch 4G
  • ZTE Blade
  • HTC Hero (GSM and CDMA)
  • HTC Legend
  • myTouch Slide
  • HTC Wildfire
  • HTC Aria
  • Geeksphone One
  • HTC Click
  • Viewsonic G-Tablet
  • Z71 Variets
  • HTC Magic (myTouch)


 If you are interested in CyanogenMod 7 it’s a sure bet you know if your phone is compatible however, to be sure to check here; for confirmed compatible phones. CyanogenMod 7 is an amazing new ROM we have all been waiting for. Make your Android yours again! Oh and its pronounced sigh-AN-oh-jen-mod just in case you were wondering. Let us know if you are using the new CynaogenMod 7 and why it’s so great.

*Disclaimer – just in case – We do not condone/ or recommend the ‘rooting’ of mobile phones. Any attempt at root is solely the users responsibility.

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