Boy, do we ever have some fantastic news for the AOSP ROM-loving crowd: CyanogenMod nightlies are finally back, meaning the first official CM7 builds are rolling out as I type this. Sure, they're probably moderately buggy (although generally, CM nightlies are still pretty good), and yeah, they may be missing some features - but let's be frank: it'll still probably be one of the most solid Gingerbread builds around, regardless of what device you're using.


At the time of this writing, only the myTouch Slide, original Droid, and Nexus One builds have been compiled and are ready for mass consumption. However, it shouldn't be long before other devices start cropping up one-by-one, so check back every few hours to see if a build is ready for whatever device you may be using.

Update: Add the EVO, GSM Desire, CDMA Desire, Droid Incredible, and  HTC Legend to the ever-expanding list. The myTouch 4G and G2 builds are currently being compiled. For real-time updates, check out the TeamDouche BuildBot.

Update 2: The builds for the myTouch 4G and G2/Desire Z have arrived, as have the builds for the Samsung Nexus S, ZTE Orange Boston, HTC Aria, Desire HD, and Geeksphone ONE. Enjoy!

The changelog this time... well, it's a bit sneaky, really:


  • Common: Android 2.3.1 (Gingerbread)
  • Common: ClockworkMod Recovery 3.0: Koush, Cyanogen, Zinx

Gingerbread brings a whole slew of changes, but if you'd really like to get into that can of worms, hit up our primer. In the meantime, if you're the adventurous type, what are you waiting for? Get a-flashin', and let us know how it goes!

[Source: CyanogenMod via @ChrisSoyars]