WenWM · Mar 6, 2010 at 04:50 pm

XDAndroid For TouchPro2 Wifi Working

XDAndroid has been a work in progress for some time now, now a recent update brings a working WiFi adapter! The newest update from the XDAndroid team for the TouchPro2 and Diamond2 has finally fixed the WiFi problem, and now has very minor things left to fix.

The updated version is very impressive. I have been using it for the past day and a half, the speed, acuracy, wifi and everything else is just amazing! I would recommend anyone interested in Android to get this build right away. With all this progress I am sure an Android ROM that replaces Windows Mobile with Android will not be far away.

Originally posted by Reefermattness

Whats Inside:
NEW Mar 01 WiFi WORKING!
NEW Mar 01 New file system to match other handsets and avoid apps installing to system folder. “Android” folder, is now “andboot”
NEW Mar 01 New D-pad fix, all directions work correctly, thanks Phh!
2/27 **Removed 3/1 does not play nice with wifi** Overclocked Rhodium CPU
2/27 Phone off/restart!
2/24 Sleep enabled (Still working on FULL sleep. LED debug feature: Amber = On Green = Sleep)
2/24 New XDAndroid personalized Haret start menu icon. (see screenshot below)
2/22 New backlight control: Including on/off fading and brightness controll (disable auto backlight in WinMo first!)
2/22 Eclair System.sqsh to enable Rhodium Gsensor
2/22 Start menu Haret icon
2/15 New edited rootfs to support Rhod100 fr/uk/de (Thanks majster-pl)
2/11 02/07/10 Android.Eclair.2.0.1 XDAndroid Build
2/11 Hardware keyboard landscape/portrait recognition.
2/03 New Kernel: Allows Android to use almost twice as much available RAM!! Faster boot, faster Android, GOTTA TRY IT.
2/03 New Touchscreen Calibration tool during first Haret boot (its during the first Haret! You cant miss it!)
2/03 Rootfs for Tilt2 and Rhod210 Keyboard map! (Thank AdamWill for the remap and hours of sleepless testing!!)

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