POSTS TAGGED: Droid
Posted July 15, 2010 at 06:00 pm by WenWM
Having the best home screen includes having a great looking wallpaper, a good design, and now includes being able to launch applications right from there. The launcher was not made but rather recommended by XDA member iamdarren. He says the launcher is great, fast, stable and offers many options for customization.
The one i am using at the moment, is very very fast with alot of options check it out.
Launcher Pro Beta.. its on the market
Very snappy screen switching!
Posted July 15, 2010 at 06:00 am by WenWM
The Droid X is the latest in Motorola technology, with an HD2 esque 4.3 inch display. The device has some very nice specifications, and so I am sure by that having all that hardware, you probably want some good, quality entertainment to go with it. This game that was recently ripped by XDA member LegionTHEFecalExcretion, and it has just been posted in the Droid X forum, and anyone with the device can pretty much get their hands on it.
The game is full sized, but you will need to pay to get the full experience since it is a demo. The full size of the game is around 99MB, which is roughly the size of a standard Windows Mobile ROM, but think about it, with those awesome graphics and a SD card to take the memory, why not do it?
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Posted July 14, 2010 at 03:00 am by WenWM
Many people seem to want different parts of the upcoming Droid X. Well, it seems that the Nexus One owners want the device’s keyboard. Thework performed by XDA member tr.slate, allows you to enjoy the keyboard on your N1, or at least for the most part, considering its still in the Beta WIP (work in progress) phase.
The Droid X Keyboard features full multi-touch. This is different from the multi-touch currently enabled on 3rd party keyboards-the Droid X has the capability to hold down shift and press a letter to make a capital, ie it can do more than one key stoke at once like a physical keyboard. Pretty nice.
2.1 Eclair-based Roms:
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only thing not working is auto-captilization,auto-
Posted July 11, 2010 at 04:00 pm by WenWM
We all love to geek our devices to the max, and in recent updates to the thread, XDA Member frysee added support for more devices. The updated thread contains the original animated bios boat screen that has some very accurate information about your device.
Many people might ask why have this on your device? Well for one. Its pretty cool. That part leads me to part two, its the international nerd simple. We use Bios boot screen to identify other geeks, and as the Bios screen becomes recognized, you have something to talk about.
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- Nexus One (‘classic’ version | froyo version | 1333MHz version | fast 1333MHz version)
- HTC Desire
- Motorola Droid/Milestone
- HTC Dream (classic version | x
Posted July 10, 2010 at 04:00 pm by WenWM
Having a flashlight on your device is becoming a necessity for just about all Windows and Android phone owners. Well, it seems XDA member JaydenR found the need for this on his Droid Incredible. So, he extracted the application from Android 2.2 build on the HTC Desire. This application does not need root access to use, so you simply need to install it and find your way around your dark house.
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This is the Flashlight apk from the 2.2 Froyo Desire rom. No root is needed and it uses the screen instead of the camera led’s.
Still it’s pretty sweet and looks awesome.
Credit to udK who dropped this rom. All I did was pull it and post it.
Now to answer some questions:
Why do I need this?
Will this brea