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Final Version of XDANDROID Froyo Port for Windows Mobile Released
It has been a long time coming, but XDA member babijoee and team have finally made public their final version of the XDANDROID Froyo-to-Windows Mobile port for devices such as the HTC Touch Pro and Diamond.
After several alpha and beta versions, the developers feel that this part of the project is finally ready to be known as the ‘final’ update of the port. This is due in part to the work of XDA member stinebd, who put many hours of work into the FRX01 package incorporated into the latest release, which offers increased stability and speed compared to earlier builds.
Also added, are the Chinese and Japanese IMEs and signed XDANDROID release packages.
For details on how to run Android on a compatible Windows Mobile handset and for the download links themselves, take a look at the porting project thread.
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