CyanogenMod 7.2 now at Release Candidate stage

Our good friends at CyanogenMod just informed us that the wait is finally over, CyanogenMod 7.2 has now reached the release candidate stage. CyanogenMod 7.2.0-RC1 is based on Android 2.3.7 and is “more than ready for everybody to enjoy.” So far it’s compatible with 70 devices, which is 20 more as compared to 7.1.

What does 7.2 bring to the table?  It adds a few backported features and fixes from Android 4.0, assorted WiFi fixes, lockscreen updates and whole bunch more. For the full changelog and list of compatible devices, be sure to hit the source link.

Also, don’t forget to submit bug reports (use the second source link), but only submit reports if you’ve downloaded CM7.2-RC1 from their mirrors or ROM Manager.

source: CyanogenMod and bug reports link

 

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  • Anonymous

    weird. I could’ve sworn CM9 was the one people care about…
     

    • RTWright

       CM9 is only supported on newer devices that CM is catering to, older ones like my Evo4G doesn’t look to be getting anything that is fully functional in the way of CM9 for a long time.

      The other problem is it’s stated we can get this from ROM Manager, they haven’t put anything up on RM for months, I just checked and the latest you can get is 7.1 RC that’s been up there for almost a year.  They’ve pulled their Nightly builds off of RM all together as well.

      • Anonymous

         I’ve noticed that same problem on Rom Manager. It is the case on several different devices (Skyrocket, Nook Color, etc)

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    No Motorola Atrix… Sweet…