Its been exactly 8 days since Motorola launched Droid Bionic and a week later we get to see a beta version of CyanogenMod 7 booting up on the device.
How is that possible? Well if you lived in the Android world for the last year or so, you probably know by now how fast ROM’s are developed by passionate and talented coders like those involved in projects such as Cyanogen or MIUI.
Droid Bionic is one of the latest phones which got a taste of CM7 courtesy of @cvpcs who managed to successfully port the ROM to Bionic so he made a quick video to show the world how it boots up. The ROM is not fully functional it still needs fixing for several bugs like: there is no radio connectivity, no charging support yet, issues with the battery, no audio support either and the camera is not working at all. Probably in the next few days this could become a fully functional ROM for Droid Bionic, which is a wonderful news for those who already got one such device.
source Youtube via @cvpcs on Twitter