POSTS TAGGED: HTC Vogue
Posted June 25, 2010 at 09:00 am by egzthunder1
Although, it is only in very early stages of development, XDA member dzo is in the process of porting the latest Android OS to the Vogue. Based on the AOSP released by Google, he has managed to get a booting version for the Vogue. The build is still not complete and many features needed for everyday use are probably not functional. However, this is a huge step in the life of a device which simply refuses to die.
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I’ve been having a look at Froyo and have built a very basic install image.
All I did was compile the latest aosp master branch and add the ril. Audio compiles (after a few changes) but doesn’t work yet. HW3D works and the network probab
Posted June 16, 2010 at 11:39 pm by egzthunder1
The Vogue has been a device gifted with more lives than a cat. Not only it is the bed for some of the best Android ports available for WM, but as of recently, it can also load some Linux distros. In this case, XDA member gTan64 has been successfully running Debian in his Vogue for some time and decided to share the instructions to do this. Unfortunately, this is not a simple click and run kind of procedure, and you need to make sure that you have some knowledge of Linux prior to going into this. However, the guide is very well laid out and the thread is located in a section supported by many devs who are very proficient in this area. As with any of these ports, there are bugs expected so be prepared.
I’ve been running Debia. . . READ ON »
Posted June 8, 2010 at 11:27 pm by egzthunder1
Customization has always been the name of the game when it comes to rom development. In this case, XDA member loserskater brings is his tool called “Loser’s NBH Editor v3.0″, which as its name states, allows anyone to edit certain aspects of the Android NBH file. This allows for customization of settings and programs, so that a user is up and running with their favorite settings right after flashing. This app is designed to work for the Android NBH files for the Vogue.
The Important Stuff:
You need to use DZO’s NBHs from HIS SITE.
Just download any one for your phone and open up the Editor.
In the future you’ll hopefully only see one NBH for each device, and maybe just one for all devic. . . READ ON »
Posted June 3, 2010 at 07:34 pm by egzthunder1
As the new Android device owners are eagerly awaiting the official release of Froyo, us with ported versions of Android on WM devices can only hope for improvements over existing ports (for now). XDA member myn, who is the creator of the Myn’s Warm Donut series of roms for the HTC Vogue, Kaiser, and Polaris has just released the second beta of his latest creation, which he called Myn’s Warm Eclair. As with most of his releases, the rom is still in development stage but is packed with tons of features, stability, and speed. Moreover, thanks to the NAND method, you can completely wipe out WM to have a “true” Android device. Although, it still gives you the ability to run from the SD card.
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Posted May 11, 2010 at 01:58 pm by egzthunder1
As old phones keep getting older and older, we need people to try to keep us up to date. The Vogue seems to have picked up lots of users due to a few factors, like the fact that it can be flashed to Android with quasi perfect builds of Donut and Eclair, or its price in the market (you can get one for about $80 on eBay or even at the XDA-Marketplace).
Because many users are still not familiar with flashing processes, they still depend on Windows Mobile as their main OS (and mounting Android via SD card). This forces chefs to keep cooking the latest versions of WM even for a retired device like the Vogue.
Posted May 7, 2010 at 10:54 pm by egzthunder1
Porting Android builds to our devices has very rapidly become as much common practice, as cooking newer versions of WM for our devices. We have many flavors to choose from in this box of sweet little Android treats.
Now, to make us even more addicted to flashing Android to WM, xda member incubus26jc has released an update for his Super Eclair Lite build. As with most roms, trial and error leads to a better OS, and this is not the exception. There is a long list of improvements for this build, which will make the use of the Android on Vogue a very pleasurable experience.
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RLS 4 Features
- Fixed Voice Search
- Fixed Live Wallpapers
- Fixed Apps2sd, Compcache, Home app in Memory ect..
- Fixed Standard Launcher Force Close
- Added Ka
Posted April 30, 2010 at 10:01 am by egzthunder1
After much speculation regarding the release date, the latest installment on one of the best available ports of Android 1.6 (Donut) for the Vogue / Kaiser / Polaris has been released. Xda Member myn has released a much anticipated version of this OS, which includes among other things increased speed, stability, and a myriad of features and apps that will entice you into testing it first from the SD card, and then forcing you (because you will fall in love with it) to flash it over WM and simply keep Android running on your phone.
Some of the new features in RLS 5 (04-24-2010) include:
- More performance improvements
- Added patched tattoo Market That allows full market (all apps) regardless of resolution
- Added faux HT
Posted April 23, 2010 at 06:20 pm by egzthunder1
A lot of us are closely watching the Android development on the HTC Vogue, where the devs are making huge leaps in porting tools and the most cutting edge versions of Android. In the interest of making everything a bit easier and faster, xda member myn has come up with a set of two tools that allows Vogue, Kaiser, and Polaris owners to do two things: change the screen density on the fly, and overclock the processor. The apps have been thoroughly tested by many devs and beta testers and they seem to work better than expected since these changes seem to have very little impact on battery life.
I now present you with RogueTools v1.0.
- This application is designed for the Vogue, Kaiser and Polaris devices. It allows
Posted April 20, 2010 at 06:48 am by egzthunder1
Last week I wrote an article about xda member incubus26jc, and how he is helping Vogue owners to mod their Donut builds with additional Widgets, as well as skinning them by mixing and matching components. He’s back with something new and refreshing for the Vogue. Based on the work by xda member mssmison, he’s released an Android version of his own for the Vogue. This version is based on a Hero build and, yes, you guessed it:Sense 2.1 interface, including live wallpapers! Currently, it’s at Release 2, so it’s bound to become a top release really quick.
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Originally posted incubus26jc
This is my very first attempt at releasing an actual build. I’m used to doing themes but not releasi