The ROM you’ve been waiting for is finally ready to hit your Android device. As we speculated here, the brand new CyanogenMod 6.1.0-RC1 brings FM radio support on Nexus One and a couple more devices. Performance upgrades are also included and the full changelog and download link for the software is available here.


Courtesy of the MIUI team and Cyanogen, we’ve got a great ROM, that’s hit release candidate version and it’s compatible with the likes of Nexus One, Droid, HTC Hero, HTC Desire, Droid Incredible, Samsung Galaxy S or HTC Legend. Among the improvements we find an upgrade to Android 2.2.1, bug fixes, configurable audio focus for music apps, ARMv6 optimizations, status bar themes, kernel optimization and new camera options.

Here’s the original screenshot of the fresh update:

The final version should be arriving in the next days, solving all of the issues of the RC CyanogenMod.

[Update] We’ve just managed to get a video showing the folks of Mobilissimo as they browse the CyanogenMod Settings menu and ADWLauncher (allows UI customization). Also, they added an extra column for on-screen icons, allowing more to fit onto the screen. Notice the nifty Mac theme that was applied to the device.

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