GOOGLE NEXUS ONE Posts on XDA

The Weekly Q&A: Week 35

As part of our regular Q&A session here on the XDA-Developers portal, I'll be covering some questions and issues frequently seen here in the world of XDA.Q: I have a little headphone icon showing up in the system tray, and I have no idea why, or what exactly it means is happening. [Question originally seen in...

Theme ADAMOID LuxurY DeSIGn for Nexus One

XDA member adam2010 presents this new theme for your Nexus One using CM7 ROM. ADAMOID LuxurY really changes all colors and general look on your device. The complete package includes MIUI Music, Go Contacts, Go Launcher (themed), and Go Launcher Classic 2, so you don´t need to download any additional stuff to make it work. For...

Add a Taste of Carbonite to Your CyanogenMod 7

In case you haven't noticed, here at XDA-Developers, we like hacking and modifying our devices. A big part of this, which many often look past while installing countless ROMs and kernels, is that we appreciate customizing the appearance of our devices as well. Sure performance improvements can be seen in benchmarks and frame rates in...

HTC Desire S ROM Ported to Nexus One

XDA member abhi0n0nakul told us about a HTC Desire S ROM being ported to the Nexus One. So, if you have this Android device, now you have the chance to try a newer Gingerbread based ROM. The latest version includes HTC Sense, Locations, WIFI, GPS, overclocking tool for up to 1113 Mhz, and the newest Market,...

Light Flow – Successive Trackball Colours (No root)

If you own a Nexus One  you'll find a few trackball colour apps around but all require root access. However, if you haven't gotten round to rooting your device yet, XDA forum member andrewpmoore has written Light Flow an app for non-root users!Light Flow lets you monitor a number of events and has 2 modes.Priority...

Make Calls Via T-Mobile Wifi on Your Nexus One with CM7

One of the thing that plagued Nexus One owners wanting to use CM7 was the fact that they could not use Internet calling via Wifi. Due to the fact that his girlfriend wanted to have this feature running in her Nexus One, XDA member unforgiven512 took matter into his own hands and started working on...

Nexus One – The First Phone to Receive a Honeycomb Full SDK Port

I am sure you have been following our dev's every step for the last week or so as Android's newest sweet treat was ported to a few devices including the Nexus One, EVO, Desire, and Desire HD, among others. As of a few days ago, our devs were able to replace the "preview" SDK that...

Gingerbread 2.3.3 GRI40 Update.zips Found for Nexus One and Nexus S!

Yes, you read right! Our own XDA Forum member trebor_88 was able to locate the GRI40 from FRG83G update.zip for the Nexus One, while XDA member krohnjw was able to find the GRI40 from GRH78 link for the Nexus S. If you're a developer looking to get cooking, or happen to be a user running a stock...

Android Honeycomb Ported to the Nexus One!

It's only been weeks since the official announcement of Honeycomb, the latest edition of Android, and we've already seen developers here at XDA manage to run it on existing devices. However, its recent port to Google's Nexus One is probably the most interesting of all, as this is arguably the most popular device that the...

Answer and End Calls Using the Nexus One Trackball

Although the Google Nexus One has been available since June January 2010, and many new phone models have been released since then, the development community is still very active. This hack, made by XDA member Nushio, is another example of that: it allows you to answer and end calls with a simple click on the trackball. It also...

New Hack for Desire and Nexus One: data2ext

Because of the low amount of available memory for user data, developers have been trying to enhance the way Android handles OS-specific data and applications. They do this by referring to the SD card instead of the main memory itself. This makes it possible to install many more applications. This hack is called app2SD, which...

Get the HTC Typing Experience on your G2

If you hate the G2's soft keyboard, you can sit back and relax because it was found that the HTC keyboard hack for the Nexus One works correctly on the T-Mobile G2. This keyboard, which is an enhanced version of the stock HTC keyboard, has some pretty nice features built-in. It's made by XDA developer jonasl,...