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After months of development and nightly builds, version 9 of the CyanogenMod custom Android ROM becomes finally stable.
The CyanogenMod is a replacement for the original Android system, completely open source, and with a lot of extra features; it supports over 60 devices (only official ports, there are also unofficial versions for other devices) and has over 2 million users.
Version 9 is based on Android 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) and Linux Kernel 3.0 (altough you can install another kernel version, or even build your own, isn’t open source awesome?); development started in late 2011, and just today (9 August 2012) the stable version was released.