Samsung Galaxy S Gets CyanogenMod 7 Support

So finally after a lot of anticipation from Samsung Galaxy S owners, they can now breathe a sigh of relief as CyanogenMod 7 support has now been made official for the Galaxy S phones.

Samsung Galaxy S

Samsung Galaxy S

Specifically speaking, the three phones, Samsung i9000, T-Mobile Vibrant, and AT&T Captivate have now been included in the growing list of Android phones getting their own CyanogenMod 7 support. But a word of caution would be that the Samsung Galaxy S still has not got a very stable version of the build but a few nightly builds should do for now.

And you have an Android phone and still have no clue as to what the CyanogenMod 7 (CM7) is? Well, for starters, it is a custom ROM for Android. It helps you to add a few customizations to your device and makes it feel and perform better, to your expectations. So if you still haven’t tried it yet, what are you waiting for?

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