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Myn Warm Donut for Vogue RLS5 Released!
After much speculation regarding the release date, the latest installment on one of the best available ports of Android 1.6 (Donut) for the Vogue / Kaiser / Polaris has been released. Xda Member myn has released a much anticipated version of this OS, which includes among other things increased speed, stability, and a myriad of features and apps that will entice you into testing it first from the SD card, and then forcing you (because you will fall in love with it) to flash it over WM and simply keep Android running on your phone.
Some of the new features in RLS 5 (04-24-2010) include:
- More performance improvements
- Added patched tattoo Market That allows full market (all apps) regardless of resolution
- Added faux HTC flipclock/Weather widget
- New boot animation (Special thanks to pyrator)
- Updated SpareParts which has now has a bunch of new goodies (home app in memory, Compcache/swap settings)
- New RIL that defaults MCC to 310 and MNC to 260 eliminating dependency on paid market service script. (Special thanks to dzo)
- Updated ADW Nexus Launcher now with full Nexus launcher fade in. No more drawer flicking upwards
- Configurable number home screens (up to 7 now)
- Quick uninstall feature, Just drag app icon over the launcher drawer and hold it until you see the uninstall message.
- Updated Astro File manager
- Added Rogue Tools allowing you to dynamically overclock and change screen density
- New skinned Calendar and Widget.
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