POSTS TAGGED: T-Mobile G1
Posted September 6, 2012 at 05:00 am by Haroon Q. Raja
Do you still have an HTC G1 lying around that you refuse to abandon? While both AOSP ICS and Jelly Bean based CM10 have been ported to run on the first Android device ever, neither are fast or stable enough for use as daily drivers. Thus, many still using this device are running Gingerbread, often themed to look like Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean through the use of custom launchers, themes, and fonts.
One UI element that has remained relatively unchanged is the lock screen. This is no longer the case, thanks to XDA Member HTCDreamOn, who has themed the stock pattern lock screen of the device to give it the ICS look. This mod requires the use of some basic tools such as Ninjamorph and a decent file manager.
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Posted August 12, 2012 at 10:00 am by Haroon Q. Raja
Some devices simply refuse to die, and the very first Android phone—the HTC G1—is one of them. It originally shipped with Android 1.0, and while it didn’t get an official update after Android 1.6 Donut, it has been running every version that the developer community here at XDA has been throwing at it. And now, the device has CyanogenMod 10-based Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ported to it!
Porting Jelly Bean to this device is a truly remarkable feat when you consider the humble specs of the device, which sports a 528 MHz processor, only 192 MB of RAM, and just 256 MB of internal storage space. However, that didn’t keep XDA Recognized Developer jcarrz1 and his team SoCal Devs from porting th. . . READ ON »
Posted November 24, 2011 at 08:54 am by admin
Whether you have an Android phone that is old or new, chances are that you can find an Android 4.0 port for it on XDA-Developers. Today we got word that XDA Recognized Developer jcarrz1 has developed a partially-working ICS port for the original HTC G1. While WiFi, Bluetooth, and screen rotation isn’t working, everything else seems to be functioning. If you have the original G1 and want to usher it into modern times with the latest version of Android, check out the discussion thread.. . . READ ON »
Posted March 1, 2011 at 12:00 pm by egzthunder1
Remember how we told you guys that after the SDK for Honeycomb was released, that our devs would get down and dirty trying to port it to other devices? Well, among the myriad of devices that are already running ports of this OS, we now see a couple of small shinning beacons from the not so distant past, refusing to give up. XDA member zFr3eak with the help of XDA moderator yohshua have managed to get a working port of Honeycomb on both T-Mobile G1 and HTC Magic (aka MyTouch 3G). Like most Honeycomb ports out there, the OS is just for show as most needed features are non functional. However, as a proof of concept, it is rather worth it to see that the investment on most old devices was not a waste. They packed quite a punch back th. . . READ ON »
Posted August 18, 2010 at 03:00 am by orb3000
If you are using ADW, for some the best and fastest launcher, XDA member JAguirre1231 presents this nice collection of themes to personalize your Android device. All themes are presented in two versions, one using Sense icons and the second one using Slide icons.
You can find seven themes to choose from, all very colorful and well designed, taken from HTC images and adapted by the developer to work with ADW.
This is the first release and some bugs must be present, so please report back so future versions can be fixed.
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Originally posted by JAguirre1231
[ADW.Themes] Stock Slide Themes
I want to stress that these themes are [MDPI] Only .
A .zip is linked at the bottom which holds all of the themes. Each theme has two sepa
Posted August 14, 2010 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
Do you remember The Tamagotchi? A handheld digital pet created in Japan in 1996 that sold more than 70,000,000 units world-wide as of 2008.
XDA member Whoareyou presents Tamagotchi for Android devices with HVGA/QVGA/WVGA resolutions.
Four different games are presented by developer: Tamagotchi Angel, Tamagotchi Monster as the main ones, the other two versions are very similar and still on developing stage, so if you like them please leave feedback so future versions can be improved.
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Originally posted by Whoareyou
[APPS]Tamagotchi: Original, Monster, Angel, Soccer
Remember those lillte egg shapped virtual pet toys of the 90’s wellll there back and beter than ever and ive converted all the mobile
Posted June 9, 2010 at 05:20 pm by ElCondor
If you like the color blue and have an Android Cyanogenmod powered device, this new themed ROM might be something for you. XDA member jeagoss created an ‘Extremely Blue’ themed ROM for the Nexus One, the Motorola Droid, and the HTC Dream (G1).
Originally posted by jeagoss
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Well, after some work and learning, I give to you a theme that is loaded with blue. Blue is EVERYWHERE!!
I really didn’t change icons or too many images. I mainly just made all orange / yellow hints blue, and added blue hints to everything. My aim is to make a completely unified blue theme on the base cyanogenmod rom. The theme also has glossy blue bars on the launcher.
TheDude came up with an overlay to theme components of cyanog
Posted May 30, 2010 at 03:47 am by mic_888
Riding on the crest of the Froyo wave, comes news that the Google Nexus One Android 2.2 ROM has now been ported to the T-Mobile G1 aka HTC Dream and the MyTouch 3G aka HTC Magic!
The ROM is in alpha but it offers some functionality such as
- Call audio
- Notification bar
Functions that are still being worked on:
- Default wallpaper
- External audio
- Flash crashes the browser
Posted May 4, 2010 at 03:21 pm by orb3000
Are you new on Android but want to enter into cooking world, so you can have your own flavor? Member dsixda just updated his Android Kitchen “very basic” cooking.
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Originally posted by dsixda
I have created a kitchen to address the issue of users who are new to Android and want to start cooking their own ROM right away, but who do not know exactly how to start. I come from a Windows Mobile cooking background, and in comparison, I have noticed that resources for Android ROM cooking are hard to come by. I am new myself to the area of Android cooking, so I am no expert, but I do want to help others with the knowledge that I already have. This kitchen is very basic, but is enough to help you start cooking.
It has support