wingman1487 · Apr 29, 2010 at 04:56 pm

New Android Port for Windows Mobile

A big  thing coming from XDA nowadays are the additions of Android ports to our Windows Mobile phones.  Some of the current phones that are being supported and updated are the Diamond, Raphael, Kovsky, Topaz, Rhodium, & Blackstone, however there are always new additions to this list.  Today’s new build comes from Reefermattness on the Rhodium thread.  He has just upgraded his Android port to support HTC Sense UI and a few other nice features!

  • NEW Apr 23 New 2 new builds added to the download section. First we have a 2.1 Android Open Source Project build. This is built by phh using stinedb’s new kitchen. Second we have 2.1 with SENSE UI! Thanks to Klinux for his work on this sqsh!
  • NEW Apr 23 New zimage adds 17MB RAM for Android OS use.
  • NEW Apr 23 New Startup Utility updates: WinMo auto backlight off/on thanks to bedoig

Check out the thread for more info and to download!


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