egzthunder1 · Aug 26, 2010 at 10:35 am

Test Android Build for HTC Vision Leaked and Under Development

Even before the unveil, a very interesting development surfaced involving HTC’s newest best kept secret. The latest test rom for the HTC Vision/ G1 Blaze/ G2/ Vanguard… has been leaked and it is already under heavy development all overthe web. Not an awful lot is known at the moment, but this leak test could show us what the upcoming device has in store for us. As it turns out, the leak comes complete with ROM, kernel, apks, and the whole 9 yards. So, if you are into heavy Android development, you should try to swing by and try to help your fellow Android owners to get a better grasp of what is going on.

You can find the downloads and more information in the Nexus One thread or in the G2 thread.


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