A couple of weeks ago CyanogenMod 7 was released and we all were very excited to get that little feeling of being updated to the latest version of Android. You know, that little fuzzy feeling of anticipation in your belly.
Since then, the CyanogenMod team has been hard at work to address many bugs that have been haunting some of the devices. Originally the update was supposed to be version 7.0.1, but last minute bug fixing and release polishing has made it go to 7.0.2.
The update fixes bugs with GPS, proximity and light sensors, and excessive memory usage. Some of the supported devices also get an updated kernel, which should hopefully speed up the user interface.
As usual head over to source link below to get the update for your device.