List of All Gingerbread-Running Phones – Instantly Updated
Like previous Android releases, the Android developers are very busy porting the Android Gingerbread SDK to other phones. XDA is often the first place where these ROMs become available, and we’ve created a list containing all Gingerbread ROMs, sorted per device. We’ll be updating this article very frequently, so if you are looking forward to some gingerbread-goodness, you can check out this article to find out if it’s available for your device.
Please keep in mind that these ROMs are only for testing and playing purposes.
These are not meant for daily use – these are all SDK ports so basic functions won’t work properly.
These ROMs only boot, and they only show you the Gingerbread interface. Nothing more. You can’t do anything with it.
Credits to XDA member DarkStone1337, without his help, nothing of this would have been possible.
List of ROMs
Google Nexus One
Developer: Tom G (MoDaCo)
HTC Droid Eris
HTC Hero CDMA
Based on the EVO 4G Gingerbread Port by Echoside
HTC EVO 4G
Developer: r2DoesInc & gmichaelow
Nexian Journey A890
More ROMs will be added when available. If a ROM is not included in the list, feel free to contact any news writer, preferably the author of this article.
Last update: 15/12 8:00 PM GMT
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