Posts Tagged ‘Android 2.1 for HTC Hero’

T-Mobile G1 has to be one of the most customizable device that you’ll ever see. Folks over at AndroidSpin forums have managed to port Android 2.1 ROM from Motorola Droid over to the first Android powered phone, the T-Mobile G1/HTC Dream. The Droid ROM ported over to G1 is said to be fully functional and a stable release is expected to be made sometime this week.

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HTC Espresso’s Sense UI is the sequel to the already popular Sense UI which is a feature experience of Android based HTC phones like HTC Hero and Droid Eris. This new user experience is going to be the part of the upcoming HTC’s Android 2.1 based handsets, which are expected to released in the first half of 2010.

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Folks over at Sholes.info have managed to port Android 2.1 on Motorola Droid. You can go ahead and try it now but the hacker has a warning placed on his site which states that the current Rom release is unstable and might brick your phone. Earlier this month, Android 2.1 Rom was leaked for HTC Hero with the latest version of Sense UI, fully optimized to run on this latest version of Android.

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Moments ago, we notified you about HTC working on getting the next generation Android 2.1 on HTC Hero. And now we have been notified by an anonymous tipster that the genius folks over at XDA have already managed to run a leaked copy of Android 2.1 OS on Hero, and it is now available for download on XDA-Developers forums. This Android 2.1 Rom for Hero comes with the newer version of HTC Sense UI, specially optimized to run this version of OS.

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Android 2.1 for HTC Hero

By | December 1st, 2009

We all heard the news about HTC Hero getting official upgrade for Android 2.0 platform. Even the official HTC twitter account confirmed this when they tweeted about this possible upgrade last month. But now it looks like HTC has better plans for its Hero owners. According the news posted by BGR, HTC is working on getting the next generation Android 2.1 upgrade for HTC Hero. This could possibly mean that the plans for getting Android 2.0 on Hero might have been abandoned all together.

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