Posts tagged Eclair
Remember those childhood days, when our parents use to tell fairy-tales to cheer us up? Well, it seems those days are back, but in a different manner. As we are grown up now, we do not go for fairy stories, but we prefer looking at something posted after the break.
One area where Google has been criticized highly is the Android Market app, which simply put isn’t as user friendly as it should be. But all of this is about to change as Google is preparing to roll out an update for Android Market app that will totally change the complexion of the app and will make apps more discoverable.
As I said before, there is no stopping China from producing smartphone knockouts and this time around they might have outdone themselves as they have come up with a mini version of Samsung Galaxy S. I say mini because the phone has a 3.5 inch touch screen compared to the 4 inch found in the original one. The other thing that has impressed me a lot is the dual core processor.
The wait for the Android nation is finally over – Skype for Android has been unleashed for all Android powered devices and is no longer limited to Verizon handsets only. Go on and jump in excited as your favorite VoIP has finally made itself available for you.
Droid X could very well be getting the Froyo update as early as today. To be able to get the official Froyo build up and running on your Droid X, you need to make sure your sexy looking gadget is running on the stock Android 2.1 aka Eclair and not the leaked Froyo firmware. In case you are running the leaked Android 2.2 firmware and want to downgrade or revert to Android 2.1, follow the steps listed after the jump.
If you happen to own a US Dell Streak, you might have been feeling disappointed over the fact of the UK based Dell Streak owners getting their hands on Android 2.1 the leaked way. Here is something to please you – Eclair has been ported to the US based Dell Tablet+Phone and once again XDA is playing the contributor’s role.
You might remember my reservation about the Dell Streak, it runs on the out of favor Android 1.6. But that’s no longer a thing to worry about as an all new Android 2.1 update for Dell’s Tablet has been leaked out. The leaked update seems to be working just fine based on the comments posted by the Modaco forums users. Step by Step guide to install Eclair on Streak follows after the jump.
If my memory serves me right, it has been a while since we talked about a HTC branded handset leaking out. Meet HTC Vision, the Android based handset which has made its way into the wild and has made it to the headlines thanks to a Croatian site.
There is no doubt that Froyo has brought with it a lot of features to be excited about. One such feature is the all new 3D based gallery app which brings the all important multi-touch gesture support with it. The problem here is that only Nexus One users can enjoy using this app because Froyo has been unleashed for the Google Phone. Owners of Motorola Droid, HTC Desire and other Android phones can’t use this app. Is there any way to bring this app to Android 2.1 handsets? Find out the answer after the jump.
Boy these Android phones just keep popping up. Not so long ago, Acer unveiled perhaps its most powerful Android phone to date. Acer Stream is the official name of the Android 2.1 powered phone. Acer in its PR, used complimentary words such as powerful, Spectacular, State-of-the-art connectivity. Ultra-fast. Highly sensitive to describe the phone. How fitting these words are for the phone? Lets check out their specs and decide after the jump.