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New Eclair Port Available for the Vogue
As new developments are ongoing for the Android ports, none are as advanced or feature-packed as the ports for Vogue, Kaiser, and Polaris. A new version of Eclair has been posted for the Vogue, XDA member mssmison just released V8, which includes a few updates over the previous versions. And even though there are still bugs to be ironed out, this port is bound to be a masterpiece once it’s completed.
Originally posted by mssmison
We’re going QVGA only on this one.
Now based on my own source tree build.
Updated messaging app, check settings within app to change settings, now full screen.
Full screen AOSP apps.
Updated Helix Launcher, (app drawer is 5×5 and transparent)
New ‘Car Home’ Launcher from the droid 2.1 update. Nicer square launcher. much more car friendly I think.
Optimize on first boot. It will take a little longer..
Spare Parts now in Settings
No more swap or compache
I recommend you wipe, it may work if you don’t but you may have issues
Boot, when launcher first opens, do menu ->confirgure to set to full screen.
The notifications pull down is accessible by doing menu->notifications while on the launcher.
Possible landscape issues with Launcher
No BT audio
Again, this is bound to be a masterpiece if the remaining bugs are tackled. But right now it’s at the point that it can be used for everyday usage, Stay tuned for further development!
You can follow development in the original thread.
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