One of the best features of the Android platform is its ability to be rooted and utilize ROMs. However, getting that perfect ROM may be troublesome for many. Worry no more, XDA members DocRambone and Stefunel have put together
Take a peek here at CyanogenMod 7 as it is right this moment, by the numbers, straight off the press on a Quadrant benchmark. A total of 1717 on a brand new Nexus S, and that’s without ext4 implemented, without being
Take a peek oh you lovers of the biggest everloving green mod of them all, CyanogenMod – the nightly builds are being pushed out like babies into the world where they’ll grow into big strong hacks of tomorrow –
As you can see in the YouTube video posted by one of Cyanogen’s staff, Android 2.3 Gingerbread is clearly running smoothly on T-Mobile’s myTouch 4G. By upgrading you will even get that sweet looking Gingerbread effect
Yesterday on Twitter, @TrevorDuke asked “@cyanogen Just wondering what happened to nightlies! I love seeing the releases come together day by day!”… well fortunately all, Cyanogen himself actually responded.
Cyanogen has just released his latest CyanogenMod for users of the newer EVO 4Gs. Bringing in all of the Cyanogen goodness to some 003 and all of the 004 versions of the device.
XDA Members appelflap and impaler747 have put together a battery icon mod for release. The application’s purpose is to create a single application that can easily handle battery icon changes for as many devices as possible.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread was realsed to the Android Open Source Project just a few days ago and we are already seeing working ROMS for devices. One of the first to appear is Gingerbread for the DROID Incredible.
A new Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROM for the Nexus One has been cooked up, though right now it’s still very much a work-in-progress. The handiwork of xda-developers’ MicroMod777, the unofficial ROM supports 3G data and
So Gingerbread has been announced and, as expected, we have not heard any dates for our current devices to be getting the update. We know that we won’t see them for quite some time after the Nexus S launch, but many are