POSTS TAGGED: Android 1.5 (Cupcake)
Posted July 18, 2010 at 12:00 pm by WenWM
MyPlayer was one of my favorite application back in the days of Hulu support, but even without this, users can still enjoy some BBC shows. The popular Windows Mobile application has now gone Android thanks to XDA member FryWalker, and it still keeps some of the good features we all love, without the bugs we all have grown to hate.
This is a light-weight application that provides access to the BBC iPlayer service directly – eliminating the requirement for a (flash-enabled) mobile browser.
myPlayer is also available on the Windows Mobile platform
** This application requires an Internet connection based within the UK **
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> Extensive BBC iPlayer integration
> Fully featured programme sea
Posted July 12, 2010 at 09:00 pm by WenWM
While looking for something to grab his attention, XDA member htc(hot-taco-cheese) created a list of addicting games for the Droid Incredible was created. The list started by XDA member zerf, and his list are merely composed of nine games, most of them free.
The games list has just about everything, but I would like to add, Tower Defenses is your best bet for a super addictive game.
here are a few that I play. Some free some paid
air control beta
sniper vs sniper
super ko boxing 2
archipelago (which is like galaxir)
Posted July 12, 2010 at 03:00 pm by WenWM
Having an awesome boot screen on Android devices is becoming a very hard task with all these available packages, but this Windows application is here to help. Made by XDA member camalot, this application sets out to give you access to your boot files, allowing you to see the animation. This way, you’ll know what looks the coolest before you load it all up.
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This is a tool for windows that will allow you to preview a boot animation (bootanimation.zip) file before applying it to your device. If you have the SDK in your environment path, it will also allow you to apply the boot animation to the device. I have tested about 50 boot animations and only had 2 that wouldn’t load, and they didn’t load because t
Posted July 11, 2010 at 04:00 am by mic_888
There are many Android shopping list applications on the Market, but this one is driven by the Tesco API and also has some unique features.
XDA Forum member footboydog has written a to-the-point shopping list app for those of you who like to do your weekly shop at Tesco, one of the major supermarkets in the UK.
As well as the usual scan barcode and search functions, found in other shopping list apps, Paperless List also has the following features:
- Horizontal swipe gestures or context menus to cross off items
- Manually add items
- Total price of list visible at all times
- Using chrometophone on www.tesco.com
- Froyo apps to SD compatible
- Action bar and dashboard design patterns for quick access to main functions
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Posted May 23, 2010 at 12:52 am by mic_888
If you’ve been impressed with the recent augmented reality apps for Android but have not found much use for them, you might want to take a look at Wikitude Drive.
Posted by XDA forum member djbrutale, Wikitude Drive is the first navigation system based on augmented reality for your Android device!
Developed by Mobilizy Research & Development group in Salzburg, Wikitude Drive is a light weight navigational system and works by overlaying point to point directions on a camera-view – without the need for maps. The app also provides the option to toggle to a traditional 3D map view by pressing the screen.
Currently only available in the US, and supporting the metric system, Wikitude Drive was av. . . READ ON »
Posted May 21, 2010 at 08:20 pm by mic_888
If you are looking for a timer that is just a timer – not a stopwatch, not an alarm, but just a timer, then check out this little application by XDA forum member JD82.
It’s a simple clean kitchen timer. Easy to use and easy to read.
Originally posted by JD82:
- Close the app without stopping the timers.
- Presets saving (and soon import/export as csv).
- Alarm sound, notification led colour and vibration pattern customisation.
- Keep screen on during the countdown (optional, disabled by default).
Requires minimum Android 1.5 (Cupcake), and supports QVGA, HVGA and WVGA resolutions.
Posted May 20, 2010 at 02:35 pm by Ben Elliott
Android Eclair updates for both the GSM and the CDMA (Sprint) Hero variants have been promised for months, but again and again these only seemed like empty promises.
However, and much to everyone’s surprise, Sprint and HTC today announced the availability of this mysterious and wonderful update from the moulding, old Cupcake build with which the Hero was released to the shiny and delicious Eclair version of Android that we’d started giving up hope for.
The ROM update is available on the official HTC’s website, as opposed to being over-the-air like other phone updates have been. Unfortunately, there’s been nothing yet announced with regard to the GSM version. You can expect to see . . . READ ON »
Posted May 19, 2010 at 11:07 am by mic_888
So XDA forum member ChainsDD decided it was time the original superuser app written back in 2008 got a new look and some new features.
Originally written by XDA member Koush, the Superuser app allows specified applications to get root when authorised. The program works with any application that uses su – no special code or support needs to be written.
ChainsDD has given the Superuser app a complete refresh making it more easy to read showing each permission by it’s name rather than it’s UID.
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Originally posted by ChainsDD:
- Many translations (Spanish, German, Czech, Greek, French, Italian, Dutch and Danish).
- Optional notifications.
- A dialog that shows details of each permission includ
Posted April 29, 2010 at 01:55 pm by mic_888
XDA forum member ECLIPS3 has written a nice GUI for Windows which enables you to root your device, manage applications and reboot via a simple interface.
Eris Master Application provides a great GUI to help users root their device from the stock Android 1.5 (Cupcake) to Android 2.1 (Eclair) root with a custom ROM installed.
The application also allows users to reboot, enter recovery mode, and enter the bootloader and additionally provides a way to backup applications as well as restoring them, with market updates.
Important: This is not for those on the OS 2.1 leak. It is only for those on OS 1.5.
Eris Master Application is for Windows only.
.NET 4.0 is required.