The latest Nexus One firmware with Android 2.1 (Build ERD79) has been successfully ported over to Motorola Droid. Support for landscape mode, live wallpapers, installation of paid apps from Marketplace and keyboard with backlight are all said to be working in this version of Android 2.1 for Droid, compared to the last one which was leaked earlier this month.
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.
After two weeks of all the drama, we finally have got a hands-on video walkthrough of the Google Nexus One phone. The video, which is of five minutes in length walks you through the Android 2.1 experience on the upcoming Google Nexus One phone. Everything from widgets on the multiple home screens, to the new Android Market, to the improved web browsing experience and Youtube app has been demonstrated for your viewing pleasure.
The upcoming Google Nexus One phone with Android 2.1 has this built-in feature with which you can set animated wallpaper as your background just like how you can do on HTC HD2 with HTC Sense. Since Android 2.1 has now been ported over to Droid, it is now possible to run animated wallpapers. Thanks to the folks over at DroidForums who have posted a hack to enable this feature on Motorola Droid, running Android 2.1 ROM.
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.