Ever since the first nightly build of CyanogenMod-6 was released for the rooted HTC EVO 4G way back in July, there have always been those who desperately wanted the Sense-less AOSP-based Android 2.2.1 ROM on their phones but held off on flashing it because 4G wasn't working.
Five months later, it's time for all those people to re-evaluate their current ROM situation. Why? Because (as the title of this post has already given away), 4G is now working in CyanogenMod.
After months of hard work and more than $2,500 in promised donations from the community, well known devs Shinzul and toastcfh got 4G up and running a few days ago.
If it's not already available in the nightly builds (check here), then it should be very soon. There's no specific timeline mentioned for when it will appear in an update to the stable build of what is now CM-6.1, which is currently at version 6.1.1 (changelog here), but it's safe to say that it will now be sooner rather than later.
Anyone thinking of leaving their current ROM for a CM nightly with 4G?[CM Forum | @Shinzul | xda-developers] Thanks to everyone and their mothers who sent this in!