Cyanogen Brings Support To More Android Devices…


Team Douche might have been a bit quiet on their CM6 developments since their recent launch of CyanogenMod 6 , but we all know that  they haven't been really working for Andtoid. Steve Kondik a.k.a. "Cyanogen" himself – updated the general public on their roadmap a few days ago. It that we will be jumping straight to a 6.1 release. He is bringing new features like touch-to-focus in the camcorder, the ability to dismiss notifications by swiping (woohoo!), overall improved performance, and more. And now the "one more thing" is that their list of targeted devices has been updated to add the Acer Liquid, the HTC Wildfire, and the Samsung Vibrant and the T-Mobile G2 is in their sights even though the device isn't really out yet. He can't say for sure when they'll get started on it. He also mentions other HTC phones as being on his radar, as well, so you can probably expect international offerings such as the HTC Desire HD and the HTC Desire Z. I'm sure their are a lot of happy Android campers that will be getting Cyanogen support.

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