[Official] CyanogenMod 7 discussionCyanogenmod for the Htc Evo 4G
Cyanogenmod is a ROM developed for multiple devices based off the Android Open Source Project. This ROM has been ported to multiple devices including the Evo 4G and is based off the current version of Android, Gingerbread. This ROM is NOT based off of "Sense UI" and is not a official build of Android for the Evo. This is stock Android at its core and will not have certain features of the stock Evo ROM such as Htc Widgets, Htc Apps, and other proprietary software.
The latest version of Cyanogenmod can be found here:
Or on the Cyanogen mirrors
It can also be found through ROM Manager in the Android Market:
What do I have to do to get Cyanogenmod on my phone?
The first step is to have root access. To root your phone, many stickies in the Android Central Forums are available and can be found here.
Does 4G/HDMI work?
WiMax is now fully intergrated and working better than ever!
HDMI is still not included with this ROM but third party solutions are available, such as & FullHDMI.
What are nightlies?
"Nightlies" are builds official builds of Cyanogenmod that are compiled and released nightly. These builds are often unstable and may have bugs. They are available on the Cyanogenmod site or through ROM Manager Premium.
What happened to my clock widget and peep widget?
Sense widgets are not available on AOSP ROMs due too the fact that they are proprietary software and based off the Sense UI which is not available in Cyanogenmod. There are many other services such as Beautiful Widgets and Launcher Pro that have widgets similar to Sense.
I don't have the market app once I flashed Cyanogenmod...
This is due to the fact that Cyanogenmod does not include "Gapps" (Google Apps) in the ROM. These must be flashed separately and can be found on the or if you are flashing via Rom Manager, these will be available also.
Last edited by enzofall; 03-30-2011 at 06:34 PM.
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- 01-16-2011, 09:37 PM #3
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- 01-16-2011, 10:11 PM #4
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- 01-16-2011, 11:40 PM #7
After all but one hour so far, I am quite impressed with nightly! GPS is a little slow but works better than any of the previous gingerbread roms I have flashed. Had a few quirky things happen with screen navigation but this is looking good. Thanks for the heads up Androidcentral!
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- 01-17-2011, 02:57 PM #25
I was on the unofficial release of CM7 for a couple of days. So I'm guessing the nightlies should be fairly stable. A little disappointed that the GPS isn't fixed. GPS or not, it's AWESOME