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I was really looking forward to SE's X10. But after finding out that they'll be using 1.6 AND seeing Nexus One in action, I am now having second thoughts. I am usually a fan of SE's hardware design and I wish I could get a hands-on comparison of these 2 devices come in the next coming months.
Remember: With great power comes great current squared times resistance.
[QUOTE=bashveank;8568263]Your phone has to have a cracked ROM available for it, but generally, yeah.[/QU
Would you happen to have a link to some development page for the HTC Hero.
Also I understand that installing such a ROM would remove the market and a few other things.. any downsides outside of this I should know about and are there ways to get that functionality back?
On strike during the Oneiric cycle due to ungratefulness of Ubuntu.
I'm fairly sure a cracked ROM shouldn't remove the market. It may kill some secondary features like the GPS, but that'll depend on the phone and the ROM. Read the documentation, it should be pretty clear what you'll be giving up (if anything) by installing a given version of Android.
cease and desist" letter to CyanogenMod - the dude who cooks up these special ROMs. However they have resolved their issues amicably and all the close sourced apps such as market, GPS, gmail etc are now available even on hacked ROMs.
I am not sure if Nexus One ROM will ever be available for hacking and cracking. Because to what I have heard is Google doesn't want to sit on the sidelines and see hardware vendors modding its OS beyond recognition. They want to be in more control just like that fruit logo company.
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