February 16, 2011, CyanogenMod 7 just going on its first release candidate (RC1) for the Android Gingerbread release. Now we continue on the Release Candidate 2 (RC2), which brings a lot of stability.
The family project participants Cyanogen has finally managed to make a second point of stability to the system by completing the Release Candidate 2 (RC2) on almost all of the integrated terminals. The missing terminals will quickly be updated in the next few hours.
The changes are rather minor, but as you quoted earlier, stability is waiting for you, providing a more complete version with a lot of bug fixes. That we really respect but the HTC Evo 4G would have a problem with the GPS. Moreover, going from version 2.3.2 to 2.3.3.
If you know the code name of your androphone, it goes directly to mirror.teamdouche. Otherwise, visit the Cyanogen forum or on our forum in the appropriate section on your smartphone.