Hey, all you hackers, devs, rooters, and other Android debaucher-izers, good news! CyanogenMod has officially hit 6.0, meaning it is now at the official stable release point. According to the site:
CyanogenMod-6.0 is hitting the mirrors right now! This is our first stable release based on Android 2.2, and we’ve hit our target list of devices. I’m completely amazed at what this project has become and the community that has developed around it, and it’s only just getting started.
CyanogenMod, for those who don’t know, is a rooted ROM for a plethora of devices, including the EVO, Nexus One, Hero, and much, much more. This writer is even running it on his HTC Hero, and is enjoying every second. I have full control over the user interface, performance tweaks, all the way down to a system-wide EQ function.
Want to check it out for yourself? Of course you do! For those of you already running CM6, you can update your copy through the built-in ROM Manager app. Remember, your device MUST be rooted in order to install CM6. Be sure to hit up the source link below to reach the official site, and be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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