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  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 1 2009

    We started the week off with a hardware hack that allows users to use the T-Mobile G1 with an iPod dock and speakers. Though this hack is not pretty and only somewhat useful, it is very interesting and really gives the iPod the

    January 4, 2009 • Views: 1

  • Regain root access of your G1 with leaked RC29 firmware

    How many of you upgraded your T-Mobile G1 to the RC30 firmware only to find that you no longer had root access?  A member by the name of “chavonbravo over at the XDA-developers forum has gotten his hands on the uploaded image

    January 2, 2009 • Views: 13

  • Android up and running on Eee netbook

    When Google set out to create Android they never wanted to limit it just to mobile phones such as the T-Mobile G1. Instead they designed it to eventually be compatible on everything from computers to in dash navigation systems.

    January 2, 2009 • Views: 11

  • HTC is convinced that the cupcake update will legitimately make it to the T-mobile G1

    HTC has reason to believe that the cupcake update (or at least most of it) will likely be making it to the T-Mobile G1 as a legitimate over-the-air update. Needless to say HTC is not a part of this update so they are not in

    December 31, 2008 • Views: 3

  • More blurry photos of OpenMoko’s Android-powered handset

    Mr. Blurrycam has made his rounds again and this time he brings us something that we don’t really need or care to see again. We all know what the OpenMoko Neo FreeRunner looks like and we also know what Android looks like, so

    December 30, 2008 • Views: 5

  • Android running Python, still a little rough

    A lot of people are getting into development mode and really tearing into their T-Mobile G1, but developing in Java doesn’t seem to suit just anyone these days. For those open source fanatics out there who prefer Python to Java

    December 30, 2008 • Views: 9

  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 52 2008

    There have been a few extended life batteries released that will give the T-Mobile G1 up to 15-20 percent more battery life.  The battery that ships with the G1 is 1150mAh while the replacement batteries are 1400mAh. There was

    December 28, 2008 • Views: 1

  • HKC Pearl runs Windows Mobile and Android

    Every time we turn around China is getting another Android-powered handset. Which one is it this time you ask? The HKC Pearl is reportedly going to be running a dual boot of Windows Mobile 6 and you guessed it Android. The HKC

    December 24, 2008 • Views: 8

  • Garmin releasing their own Android-powered device in 2009

    The Android platform recently got AndNav2, the first turn-by-turn navigation application for Android without the need for a monthly subscription plan. We suspected that Garmin was going to release their Garmin mobile turn-by-turn

    December 22, 2008 • Views: 5

  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 51 2008

    This week we learned that only a month before the new Kogan Agora and Agora Pro are set to release the handset underwent a few minor but annoying changes. First the good, the directional pad has been tweaked and appears to be

    December 21, 2008 • Views: 1