POSTS TAGGED: Motorola Triumph

Fruit Cake Maker Turns Your Motorola Triumph Into a ROM Factory

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Most of the new development on XDA is in the genre of kernels and ROMs but every now and then a gem like this falls into our lap. Everyone meet Fruit Cake Maker. XDA user samcripp has released a tool that will, as he puts it:

allow the user to create a picture perfect .img from your boot and system partition. It will then create an update.zip from it…a self contain ROM, already ready for installation, already inside an update.zip.

What that tells me is that this beast of a tool will take what’s currently on your Motorola Triumph and turn it into a fully functional, fully flashable ROM. That is pure win. If you have a Motorola Triumph, are feeling bold and understand that XDA and samcripp are not responsible fo. . . READ ON »

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Motorola Triumph Moving Forward – CM7 Port Gets Working Radio

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As it is customary, the CyanogenMod AOSP rom makes its way into virtually every new device out there and the Motorola Triumph seems to not be the exception to the rule. While it is a slow process, it is going on nicely and much to everyone’s delight, XDA member¬†Genesis3¬†just got the radio working properly on this new 2.3.5 version of Gingerbread (CM7, of course). According to a video posted by the dev, the device seems to be able to have two way communication (send/receive) working for both calls and SMS. However, the device still lacks data, which is attributed to the device believing that this has not yet been provisioned for the device. Another thing is that sound is still missing, which renders the phon. . . READ ON »

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Motorola Triumph Forums Added

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A little late of an announcement but worth pointing out for those of you who have not noticed this. Late last week, we added Motorola’s latest member of the droid family to our forums. The Motorola Triumph is a step in the opposite direction for Motorola. It was likely released as a mid range phone, while it has rather good hardware, it really does not offer anything that one could call breaking. However, for those of you who are just getting started on Android, this is a pretty good device as it comes loaded with Froyo, which is nice and stable. Most of the regular features in the Motorola Droid family are present such as a 4.1 inch WVGA screen, 1 GHz processor, and a HD out port capable of putting out up to 720p video. . . READ ON »

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