Rocking an HTC Flyer, but want some Honeycomb love? Well it’s looking to be close as a full RUU has been leaked with ROMs sure to follow. Note though, this leaked ROM is not meant to be flashed in its entirety as it’s a vary early beta release. This is only recommended for developers at this time. Keep an eye out as we’ll update you as this continues. Check out the source link for all the details.
The DROID Bionic Eye live wallpaper has been pulled, detoxed, and recompiled to make it work on any device running Android 2.1 or above. The wallpaper is interactive and has a couple of options that control when the wallpaper animates:
- When changing home panels
- Every few minutes
- Each time the wallpaper is shown
- Every time the wallpaper is tapped
To Download: DroidBionicEyeLWbyDL.apk | Mirror
To install, download the .apk file to your phone, tap “Install”, then back out to home and set it as your wallpaper. I downloaded, installed, and set the wallpaper on my DROID X2 and it worked with no problems.
Lucky owners of HTC Desire HD can now enjoy the first custom ROM loaded with Sense 3.5!
Recognized XDA Developer capychimp, who was responsible for bringing you the first ROM with fully working Sense 3.0, comes through again with the latest installment of HTC’s Sense UI. This ROM is based on Bliss WWE RUU 1.10.401.0 Android 2.3.4.
Bugs are to be expected with this being the first release. This is to be expected so please give it time to become fully functional. Make sure to leave feedback for the developer about your experiences with the ROM.
As originally posted by capychimp:
This rom is based on Bliss WWE ruu
no chinese leak
1.10.401.0 android 2.3.4
Added advance power menu
user apps auto install written by rmk40 readded, known from kingdom
3D homescreen option added
camera acting up
bluetooth wont turn on
you tell me
Hit the break for additional pics!
If you’re considering picking up a Droid Bionc, but were worried about rooting it, worry no more. The folks over at MyDroidWorld have gotten the Droid 3 exploit to work for the Bionic as well. This is of course great news for future Bionic owners to see this before the device is even released. Stay tuned, as I’m sure easier methods for the faint of heart will be appearing soon. For full details, hit up the source link below. If you’re excited about this let us know!
Apparently there is an update for the DROID 3 that gives GTalk with Video support along with a new radio that might help battery life. What is interesting is that it has been pulled which means it is most likely a test update, so we have no idea if this build will be the final version or not.
XDA member Scottml has listed the changelog:
- BP upgrade for the Radio
- Talk2 for Video
- Boot.img patch
- Recovery.img patch
- Various patches to alot of system files
- And some stupid bloatware patches as well.
Instructions after the break
You might already be sick of the DROID Bionic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some new wallpapers. The wallpapers for the DROID Bionic were extracted by @P3droid and he packaged them in a wallpaper app, which is available right now in the Android Market. Hit our source link and enjoy some sweet designs before anyone else does, or you can head to our apps database for the QR code.
[via android market]
Boy, it has been a long wait for Motorola Xoom owners looking to upgrade their device to 4G LTE. When the Xoom was announced in January, the word was that a 4G LTE upgrade would be available in Q2. Thanks to an Android Central reader, an image of a Motorola Xoom rocking 4G LTE has been captured. We are unsure if this is part of the pilot group we talked about last week, but in either case it looks like 4G LTE on the Xoom is almost here. As you can see above the speeds are an impressive 33Mbps down and 10Mbps up (also catch the 4G icon the the bottom right). Hopefully the wait won’t be much longer, so keep your eyes peeled. Who’s been waiting for this upgrade patiently?
And the Samsung Galaxy S II news just keeps on rolling in. Talk Android was present at Samsung’s launch event in New York and we were able to get a quick hands-on look at AT&T’s version of the popular Galaxy S II device. And as you can imagine, the device is super thin (8.89 mm) with a beautiful and vibrant Super AMOLED Plus display. However, unlike its brethren over at Sprint and T-Mobile, the device is only sporting a 4.3-inch screen. This is most likely because its big brother, the Infuse 4G, already has a 4.5-inch touch display. Nevertheless, the device is still impressive and is sure to be a must have handset or this year. This is as close as you’re going to get to the original Galaxy S II released overseas. Hit the break for the full list of specs and some hands-on shots of the device. Read more
A cooked up version of CyanogenMod 7 is booting on the Samsung DROID Charge but there is still a long way to go before being ready for public release. In fact, they are only listing the things that are working as that list is much shorter than the non-working one. What currently works:
- Power button
- Volume Rockers
- Home and Back button
- WiFi (turns on but won’t connect)
While there is still a way to go, it is still encouraging to see solid progress being made. When we get another update you’ll be the first to know!
Make sure to check out our recent unboxing and review videos on the Verizon Samsung DROID Charge!
Do you have a variation of the HTC Sensation that has not been added to the list of approved devices for the HTCDev bootloader unlocking tool? We have good news for you because HTC has added a few more variations, including the T-Mobile version, as well as Turkey, Arabic, and Bouygues Telecom versions.