The word is out about Motorola Atrix 4G; the pre-beta build of CyanogenMod 7 Android 2.3.5 has been released for testing in the Atrix. For those of you who have been waiting to get a port of CyanogenMod running on your Tegra 2, the wait is almost over.
A team of developers has succeeded in porting the ROM onto our first dual-core smartphone. It isn’t ready even for beta but the pre-beta model is out for your testing as of yesterday. It has its bugs but shows much promise according to the testing team. Some parts are working while others are not.
Components that seem to be working fine include Wi-Fi, Audio, USB, Display, Touchscreen, Calls and SMS, Internal storage and external SD card, Battery stats, Multimedia playback (music, videos), Proximity sensor, and screen orientation.
Some pretty important parts of the smartphone are not working – Bluetooth and the camera and GPS are the major issues but testers are reporting new bugs to the developers as they are discovered.
The stock Android look fits the new Atrix in design. There is a sizable increase in performance with an increase from Quadrant scores in the low 2000’s with stock version of the Motorola/AT&T ROM to 3500 with the new pre-beta.
The Motorola Atrix is the first phone getting the CM7 but for the Motorola TRIUMPH and the LG Optimus 3D are included in the line- up so you will be able to enjoy CyanogenMod 7 in the near future on any of these smartphones.
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