tchebb has had the working 3-10 DROID Incredible kernel for quite some time and decided it was time to release to the world. Now DROID Incredible users can download a kernel that will bring true multitouch to their device.
OpeniBoot that can apparently run on the newer Apple devices. Arch modder Hexxeh has been demonstrating the updated tool, which allows booting of unsigned code such as Linux kernels on devices. Until now, OpeniBoot has been limited to the first-gen iPhone, iPhone 3G and first-gen iPod touch. We're not quite at stable dual-booting stage yet, but if you've always liked the look of Apple hardware but miss your Android fix, this could be one way of achieving it. [youtube UIixUYaLufo]
good times you had with it.
Android 2.2 Froyo running on the HTC HD2, an HTC Desire HD ROM ported to the HD2, and now it's looking pretty legit that some folks in China have got Windows Phone 7 running on there too! What a versatile little bugger that HD2 is. Take a look at videos of the magic courtesy of XDA forum member Samsunguy - what a nice dude!
MIUI ROM. Currently wowing with its combination of slick icons, straightforward multitasking and general visual niceness, the new ROM completely overhauls the UI. More information at xda-developers together with download links, and the Android Community guys are already talking about MIUI here. Anybody tempted? [youtube Or-9T44Bt7M] [Thanks Ewdi!]