Haykuro, the 17 year old Android whiz, has done it again and released another coveted Android build. This time he has the Rogers HTC G1 a full day before the official release. I decided to flash the build and see what is different. In order to get this out ... Read More »
Every time we get a new official Android release, the number of custom builds grows. With all the different builds out there, it can be hard to keep up with the changes in each one. Many people have been asking me which is the best release. Normally I tell them to try out several builds ... Read More »
Why is T-Mobile holding up the release of their cupcake update? Why would you want to install the cupcake update manually, when you will eventually get it? What are the pros and cons of using a non T-Mobile build of Android? Where is my cupcakes?
In order to better understand this upgrade process, allow us ... Read More »
Welcome to the second edition of #AskAndy where we aim to answer all your Android related questions. I would like to make this a weekly column, but it will only be successful if you continue to send in your questions. Thank you to everyone who submitted a tweet this week. Again I have ... Read More »
The cupcake update for Android has been rolling out over the last few days, but many users have yet to receive it. One of the benefits of installing a custom Android build is the ability to choose when you upgrade. There have been quite a few custom releases based on the cupcake branch including Read More »
Since my last article on voice recognition in Cupcake, two things have happened. The Haykuro images came out and Google released the 1.5 SDK. That means it’s time to test out the voice recognition on a real phone. I’ve compiled some example code that comes with the ... Read More »