Honeycomb’s Newest Family Member: the HTC Desire
After the HTC EVO 4G, Nexus One, Desire HD and Incredible received a working port from the Android Honeycomb SDK, the HTC Desire joins the Honeycomb family too. With this software, your Desire won’t be more useful than a brick, the only good thing is that you can play with the interface and get a taste of how Honeycomb looks and works. It’s nice to play with, but it is far – and we mean really, really far – from stable. If you’re an Android developer and willing to support XDA developer coolexe with the Honeycomb port, any help would be very appreciated.
Originally posted by coolexe
touchscreen. just install this kernel..couttstech-2.6.37_OC1190_SVS_Ginger_CFS
lots of things.
As you can see, there are enough things to do. Please refrain from posting anything in the thread unless you have something to contribute to the project.
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