Posts Tagged ‘Android 2.0.1’

It was only last month when we informed you about an emulation software named Haret which enabled Windows phones to run Android OS side by side with Windows Mobile 6.x. The initial release was not stable enough with lots bugs and broken functionality. But now, folks over at XDA forums have released a more stable version of Android OS for HTC Touch HD – which was one of the most popular Windows Mobile based device before HD2 dropped in.

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Ever wished to have got the powerful Sense UI from HTC Hero on your Motorola Droid? Droid, which ships with Android 2.0 has got the plain and simple interface which comes as stock from Android 2.0 OS. But now thanks to folks over at AllDroid, you can now get the attractive looking Sense UI like theme right on your Motorola Droid.

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The Android powered Motorola CLIQ phone has been rooted for full direct access to its file system. Root access will enable you to modify the phone’s firmware to whatever you want to have on your phone like themes, apps and custom ROMs just like you do on the jailbroken iPhone. You can follow the simple step by step guide posted below to root your Motorola CLIQ without having to worry about bricking it. Credit for the Root hack goes to TheDudesAndroid of ModMyMoto.

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Do you want to test Android OS on your Windows Mobile phone? Well folks over at XDA-Developers have managed to (soft of) port Android 2.0.1 (Eclair) on selected Windows Mobile based HTC phones through an emulation software named Haret. If you have HTC Touch Diamond2, Touch Pro2 or Touch HD, you can go ahead and try it out to get a taste of Android OS on your Windows phone.

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Motorola Droid on Verizon has been successfully rooted for direct access to the file system. It works on both the original Android 2.0 Rom which ships with Droid, and the latest Android 2.0.1 OTA (over the air) software update which was recently released for the Droid phone. Root access will enable you to modify the phone’s firmware to whatever you want to have on your phone like themes, apps and custom Roms just like you do on the jailbroken iPhone.

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