Tag Archives: CM7

CyanogenMod 7 gets Amazon Kindle Fire’s Silk Browser

Looks like the developers over at XDA Devs are back at work. Today, we are reporting on TyHi’s work on development surrounding the Amazon Kindle Fire’s Silk Browser. For those that don’t know, the Silk Browser has been generating buzz because it leverages Amazon’s cloud services to bring faster web performance to its proprietary browser. This is not unlike… Read more

3 LG devices get nightly CyanogenMod love

LG Optimus 3D, LG Optimus Pro, LG Optimus Hub, and LG Optimus Black owners, come and get some love. Some CM7 love that is. Ricardo Cerqueira, a member of the CyanogenMod team and apparent LG device expert has brought nightly support to the three phones. For those uninitiated, nightlies describe releases on a daily or near-daily basis. The releases would… Read more

CM7 Boots Up on the Amazon Kindle Fire

It’s a documented fact that Android tablets haven’t been doing too well in the tablet space. The Nook Color has been considered the most succesfull Android tablet just because it’s low price tag makes it a dream for the hacking community. The Kindle Fire brings an even lower price tag than the Nook Color (and Nook Tablet), plus some updated specs. This… Read more

CyanogenMod 7.0.3 available now

Those running CyanogenMod 7 will be happy to know that a new version of the ever-popular ROM is available that fixes some security and notification issues. Lips are sealed on exactly what security issues have been taken care of in CyanogenMod 7.0.3, but that’s because until everyone has updated, the fewer who know about the security hole the better…. Read more

CyanogenMod 7 nightlies for LG G2X available now

Tired of waiting for Gingerbread to make it’s way to your shiny new LG G2X? If you’re a seasoned modder, then wait no more. CyanogenMod nightlies for both the G2X and Optimus 2X have gone live over the weekend, and not only do they bring Gingerbread to both devices, but they bring all of the other CM goodies fans of the ROM have come to know and… Read more

CyanogenMod 7.0.2 available now

When CyanogenMod 7 final was first released roughly two weeks ago, the build certainly had its fair share of bugs. Last night, an updated version of the ROM was released that fixes those bugs and more. Originally numbered 7.0.1, but pulled due to an error, CyanogenMod 7.0.2 aims to fix all the bugs 7.0 still had present, as well as add some new… Read more

CyanogenMod 7.0 available now

After all the times we’ve covered CyanogenMod 7 related material here at DroidDog — how to install, a closer look at theme chooser — you’d think the ROM was officially released a long time ago. Well up until this point, it was all nightlies and release candidates. Not anymore. CyanogenMod 7.0 has finally ditched the RC label, after four long months of… Read more

CyanogenMod 7 RC2 available now

It’s that time again. The fine folks behind the ever popular CyanogenMod have been working hard to bring you one of the best ROMs around, and there’s a new release candidate available for download to prove it. CyanogenMod RC2 is the newest AOSP ROM based off of Android 2.3.3. According to the CM blog, new features in RC2 include WiMax on the Evo,… Read more

CyanogenMod 7 release candidates available now

Faithful hackers, rejoice! It’s CyanogenMod 7 release candidate time, and you know what that means: Gingerbread goodness for all! The first round of RCs are hitting the web now, and so far things look good. A lot of great new features, like T-Mobile’s theme engine, have already been added to under the RC1 title, but there’s still a lot more to come…. Read more