Finally after huge work from Cyanogen and his crew, the CyanogenMod-6.1 stable version is available, for most devices you can imagine. You can find the software in the forums or using the ROM Manager. 6.1 is a pretty important upgrade with many improvements and support for a bunch of new devices.

The changelog includes, among others, the update to Android 2.1, bugfixes from AOSP and CodeAurora, an email app update, status bar themes and camcorder touch to focus. There’s also continuous autofocus in the camera/camcorder section and camera option sliders, courtesy of Cyanogen. You can control the locking of the MMS app in memory and enable the stable shot in camera mode.

More changelog details and supported handsets can be found here. Downloads are available here.

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