CyanogenMod 6.1 RC1 released to the public

Everybody grab your geek hats, put in your night vision contact lenses, and bust out with the geek lisp – CyanogenMod 6.1 RC1 is now out and available for download. The geniuses behind CyanogenMod, Team Douche, have released the latest iteration of CyanogenMod, and us rooters and hackers have been clamoring for awhile on this one. I, for one, am super excited to see it out.

It should be noted that the release candidate is for:

  • Nexus One
  • HTC Evo 4G
  • G1
  • MT3G Slide

4G and HDMI on the Evo do not work yet, but are said to be in the works.

According to the CyanogenMod website:

We’ve just released the latest iteration of CM, 6.1.0-RC1! This is a release candidate, but it’s definitely capable of being your daily driver and we are very focused on fixing bugs quickly.

You’ll find some really great features in this release like Pedlar’s notification powerbar, insane performance boosts on all platforms (install SetCPU if you want to take it further), powerful new features in the camera app, new email features, FM radio support (contributed by the MIUI team, and a whole lot of other great stuff!

As always, this was a great collaboration between a lot of people and we are only as good as the community. This is your ROM, so help make it the best it can be!

You can get the latest via ROM Manager, or head over to the forums for full installation info. New RC builds will be available in the experimental forum for each device as it hits the mirrors.

[via xda]

  • mymoonlog

    Android is The best