First Toshiba TG01 Cooked ROM
The Toshiba TG01 has been available for quite a while, but it’s just getting its first cooked ROM. Monday was a great day for all TG01 owners, when the first cooked ROM became available for the TG01. The ROM was released by arag0n85, and many people were excited to get word. The ROM is a debranded orange ROM from which certain apps have been removed giving you more space.
Originally posted by aragon85
This is a great start for the TG01, screenshots will be available soon, just like the ROM I3v5y is already working on which is expected to be more of an update. It will be a 6.5.5 ROM with HTC software, if you own a TG01, this ROM is very well worth the try.
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