mic_888 · May 24, 2010 at 09:13 am

Froyo Appears On CDMA Hero

Hot on the heels of Froyo being rolled out on the Google Nexus One, XDA forum member zenulator has managed to do a quick and dirty port of the Nexus One FRF50 update to the CDMA HTC Hero!

zenulator has posted the ROM up for testing and feedback.  Although Froyo is not fully working – and it won’t be until the full source is published on a similar device, it does boot and there are some functioning features.

Originally posted by zenulator:

What works

  • Data
  • Calls (can’t speak to the other person)
  • New Launcher2
  • 2.2 Google Apps (haven’t tested them all)
  • Keypad/Trackball leds

Not working

  • Audio/Mic
  • GPS
  • Wifi
  • Bluetooth
  • Maps force closes
  • Flash Player 10.1. from the Market will crash the browser.

To download for testing and provide some input, or to follow the development, visit the forum thread.


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