mic_888 · May 30, 2010 at 03:47 am

Froyo on T-Mobile G1 and MyTouch 3G!

Riding on the crest of the Froyo wave, comes news that the Google Nexus One Android 2.2 ROM has now been ported to the T-Mobile G1 aka HTC Dream and the MyTouch 3G aka HTC Magic!

Yes, XDA forum members ChiefxReloadedEnatefox and Azuske have been working on this and have now managed to get the FRF50 ROM running on both G1 and MT3G.

The ROM is in alpha but it offers some functionality such as

  • Calls
  • 3G
  • LEDs
  • Call audio
  • Gapps
  • Notification bar

Functions that are still being worked on:

  • Wifi
  • Camera
  • GPS
  • Default wallpaper
  • External audio
  • Flash crashes the browser

For downloads and more information, please visit the  rom thread.


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