ElCondor · Feb 4, 2011 at 12:00 pm

CyanogenMod 7 with Gingerbread Now Available for Galaxy Tab

If you own a Galaxy Tab, you can now enjoy Android Gingerbread in form of CyanogenMod 7: XDA developer Technomancer is working on getting a completely stable build with Google’s latest Android version, 2.3.2. Most basic functions work, but we warn you that this build might not fit your needs as there are still some things that are quite buggy. The developer is still working on it though and has already made some good progress – and seeing he’s updating everything quite frequently, we expect a stable build will only be a matter of time.

Originally posted by Technomancer

You flash it at your own risk. Backup everything. Learn how to use Heimdall. If it eats your dog it’s not my problem. Many things are broken – post about it in the thread if nobody posted before. If you have any idea how to fix things, post too or PM me.

So, the message is quite obvious: if you’re an advanced user, any help would really be appreciated. In the end, that’s what a development community is for: sharing ideas and working together. Continue on to the thread!


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