CyanogenMod, an after market firmware developed for cell phones based on the Google‘s open-source Android Operating System. The firmware offers variety of features, basically those, not found on the official Android firmwares from the cell phone vendors.
Developers are proud to announce the availability of the next round of RCs. CyanogenMod-7.0.0-RC4 has arrived, mainly focussed on bug fixes. The release has been tagged as the most stable version of CyanogenMod 7 to date and is also voiced to be the last RC before the final one rolls around.
In an announcement:
The next round of RCs have arrived. From RC2 until now has mainly been bug fixes and we’re getting near the final state. In this release, there may still be some lingering GPS issues on the Evo and the N1 call audio bug hasn’t been fully fixed. But if you were happy with the previous RCs/Nightlies on your device, there is no reason not to update to this one.
Furthermore, the most notable fix are on the tablet side of devices.
Download CyanogenMod-7.0.0-RC4 [here]