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Firmware: CyanogenMod Dream/Magic/Nexus One (#2 aggiornato con changelog)


Finalmente è uscita la tanto attesa release stabile per il firmware di CyanogenMod.

Il firmware è stato rilasciato sia per HTC Magic TIM/Vodafone/HTC Dream che per il Nexus One.


Questi sono i link per il download, abbiamo aggiornato il link del Nexus One con la che fixa alcuni problemi.


* Fix blurry images in Gallery3D

* Common: Color picker and reset-to-defaults option for new UI customizations (Wysie)

CHANGELOG  della 5.0.7 :

* Can be used with or without Google applications

* Kernel with Pershoot’s tweaks, highmem support (thanks to Arve Hjønnevåg and the rest @ Google for this work), tethering (thanks to Zinx and Ben Buxton for the original RNDIS backport, and Google for merging the goodies into the gadget subsystem), VPN/tun, and other modules (cifs, nfs, aufs, fuse)

* Clean shutdown/startup system

* New Apps2SD method implemented mostly by Chris Soyars. Create an ext4 partition and enable it in settings->applications (wiki page coming soon)

* Built in USB tether

* Graphical enhancements, trippy bootanimation, #boobs, and excellent wallpapers by Prash

* ARM NEON optimizations from 0xdroid and Qualcomm

* Includes BusyBox, htop, nano, powertop, openvpn, bash, and all engineering commandline utilities

* FLAC audio support from Kenny Root

* Phone enhancements from Cytown

* Contacts enhancements from Wysie

* MMS enhancements from, well, everyone (see changelog)

* Perform zipalign-on-install of applications

* DeskClock tweaks- longer autosilence and "require unlock" option

* Massive APN list

* Huge collection of ringtones and audio

* Customizable Nexus live wallpaper by Chris Soyars and me

* All available locales are included thanks to PsychoBoy

* 360-degree auto-orientation by Optedoblivion and Elanthis (enable in settings)

* Full color trackball notifications (from Google)

* OpenVPN integration thanks to James Bottomley

* Music app can respond to double-click on the trackball and long-press on the volume buttons (from Metalhead)

* Launcher2 tweaks from ruqq

* Many other bugfixes and tweaks from AOSP contributors

* Tons of work on the build system by Koush and Chris Soyars