POSTS TAGGED: AT&T Tilt 2
Posted September 28, 2012 at 07:00 am by egzthunder1
Custom recoveries such as the venerable ClockworkMod Recovery are (in addition to Superuser and SuperSU) likely some of the most widely utilized programs developed on XDA due to the functionality they bring and the doors that they open. As such, CWM has been ported to countless devices, and has become the preferred method of flashing custom ROMs onto virtually anything that runs Android. It seems that the CWM fever expanded into devices that were never meant to run this type of recovery image such as Windows Mobile devices. Now, we are all familiar with this thanks to the likes of the immortal HTC HD2 and its ability to run virtually any OS, regardless of platform. However, the HD2 is not the only WinMo device capa. . . READ ON »
Posted May 5, 2010 at 08:48 pm by orb3000
For those of you that are not familiar with the work of NRGZ28, he is one of the most active chefs at XDA and lately (over a year or so) has increased the quantity and quality of his ROMs, which are of the Energy Series. His ROMs cover many devices including: Leo, Rhodium, Topaz, Raphael, and more.
Through this interview, we shall learn more about NRGZ28, that recently also has become a Moderator.
orb3000: Hi NRGZ28, I know I am taking your precious time so I appreciate a lot for agreeing to this interview. First, how did you get started in the gadgets/mobile/devices world?
NRGZ28: I’ve loved gadgets every since I was a little kid. Phones… a few years ago. Windows Mobile phones ? Around 2007 or so.
orb3000: . . . READ ON »
Posted April 19, 2010 at 03:11 pm by orb3000
So, you’d like to test Android on Rhodium, but you don’t feel comfortable with wiping your device and installing a new OS? Member Reefermattness just updated his cab which now supports CDMA Rhodium as well.
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Originally posted by Reefermattness
This is NOT an emulator, nor is it a full ROM! Haret.exe closes down Windows, and boots Linux off of your Storage Card to launch Android. To boot back to WinMo all you need to do is reset your handset!
This thread is more specifically for the Rhodium, as this is the handset that I own, and can troubleshoot and test. So if you have specific questions about a different handset, please find your corresponding thread in post #2, however, this build will support the fol
Posted April 18, 2010 at 01:51 pm by orb3000
Member d0ugie has done extensive research testing batteries of Rhodium and Nexus one devices to help members to choose the best battery replacement. His updated cab provides in depth information regarding charge and other values.
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Originally posted by d0ugie
We all want better battery life, no question, more than processor speed (some of us even underclock), resolution, 3D drivers; pretty much everything takes second place in our hearts to battery life. In response to that demand there are a lot of companies out there selling batteries for our phones either at the same mAh rating of the OEM (the one that came with the phone), a higher mAh rating but the battery’s the same dimensions as the OEM and does not
Posted February 13, 2010 at 09:25 am by admin
Sleuth255 has updated his apllication myRadar to version v1.3.
. . . READ ON »Originally Posted by Sleuth255myRadar is a location aware radar application that makes use of Wunderground and Accuweather US webservices to show real-time, animated Radar Images of your local area regardless of where in the US you might be. This application requires myLocation services to function automatically.
Note: the ROM based HTML viewer control that myRadar uses to pull web service data is broken in cooked WM6.5 builds from mid 23xxx up to 28205 (which tested good when I built for Raphael). The problem renders the viewer unable to “go online”. No 21xxx ROMs are affected tmk. This includes all shipping WM6.5 builds & d