ANDROID 3.X (HONEYCOMB) Posts on XDA

Android 3.0 SDK Officially Released

It looks like Google decided to give us all a better taste of Honeycomb as they have officially released the SDK for Android 3.0. Basically, this will allow you to run an emulated version of the Operating System on your computer. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg as most of our devs...

Honeycomb’s Newest Family Member: the HTC Desire

After the HTC EVO 4G, Nexus One, Desire HD and Incredible received a working port from the Android Honeycomb SDK, the HTC Desire joins the Honeycomb family too. With this software, your Desire won't be more useful than a brick, the only good thing is that you can play with the interface and get a...

Android Honeycomb Ported to the Nexus One!

It's only been weeks since the official announcement of Honeycomb, the latest edition of Android, and we've already seen developers here at XDA manage to run it on existing devices. However, its recent port to Google's Nexus One is probably the most interesting of all, as this is arguably the most popular device that the...

Nook Color USB Mass Storage Utility App

If you want to be able to make use of the storage space on your Nook Color, take a look at XDA forum member samuelhalff's simple app that easily mounts your Nook Color to PC. The app can be used to open your SD or internal data on your PC, and can mount pretty much any...

Honeycomb SDK Ported to the HTC EVO!!!

Well, they said it couldn't be done due to hardware requirements. However, devs in the hacking scene have done it yet once again. XDA member spyderdreams is working together with a few other devs in a little project that is already seeing fruits on its labor. This build of Honeycomb, which is taken straight out...

Android 3.0 Honeycomb Music Player

If you're itching to try out some Honeycomb delights, you might be interested to try out this the Music Player posted by XDA forum member JaJsemMatty. Originally posted in the dailymobile.se forum, the XDA member thoughtfully shared his finding with the XDA community. First looks reveals options for streaming and possible caching of music for later playback,...

Nook Color Honeycomb Port Available for You to Try

I'm sure you're all aware of the recent CES announcement of Google's latest edition of the Android platform, Honeycomb, which is designed with tablet PCs rather than phones in mind. Many of you will also have been excited to see that XDA developer deeper-blue managed to port the preview version of the operating system found...

Get the Honeycomb Clock Widget on your Phone

The announcement of the latest version of Android, Honeycomb (exclusively for tablets), has brought with it a completely redesigned UI for the operating system. To fit with the sleeker interface, Google redesigned their stock homescreen widgets, including the clock widget that is arguably essential to any mobile device. All of this excitement about the impending Xoom...

Nook Color Running Honeycomb From SDK

By now, you are all probably aware of the existence of the SDK for the upcoming, tablet oriented Android 3.0 OS, aka Honeycomb. Since Google couldn't wait for this to get out for the anxious devs out there, they went ahead and released it to the masses. However, the devs are not just happy to...