31 Oct, 2009  |  Written by admin  |  under Google Phone

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cyanogen avatarThe detritus has eventually effected from the Cyanogen uproar and the world’s most favourite Android Software Engineer / MOD concern has skated backwards on the scene, transfer his mass the unmoving artefact they so enjoy. Note the articulate “enjoy” and not “deserve” – props to Cyanogen for hooking up the masses. Of instruction the most past CM promulgation comes without the copyrighted bits that were the drive for his initial leaving in the prototypal place… but we’ve discussed that to death. Time to advise on.

The storage crapper be utilised universally on the HTC Dream/G1 and Magic/MyTouch and provides the mass features:

  • Based on Android 1.6, some bugfixes and enhancements from AOSP, XDA, and me
  • Highly optimized essence with some player modules
  • Enhanced ramdisk which uses best increase options and sharp startup
  • Includes E2FSProgs for checking and converting Ext filesystems
  • Apps2SD is automatic! All you requirement is a ordinal construction (ext).
  • Launcher with 5 screens and auto-orientation and auto artist layout
  • Clean filesystem shutdown at poweroff/reboot, and fsck at rush (no FS corruption!)
  • Includes T-Mobile IM application, Amazon MP3 store, and Work Email (MS Exchange support)
  • Does not order “DangerSPL”
  • Includes a large APN list
  • Maximum mainframe ordering oftenness ordered to 528MHz with interval tweaks
  • Various enhancements to the Settings app including player construction space
  • Phone app enhancements by cytown
  • Loccy’s “BetterBrowser”MMS enhancements from rgv151
  • FLAC frequence support thanks to kroot
  • Bluetooth OBEX hold from Erin Yueh
  • USB tethering hold (kernel cipher ported by Zinx)
  • Commandline extras: powertop, htop, nano, busybox, openvpn
  • Ability to hair bag app in module (control in Spare Parts app)

To intend more info and download/install for yourself (we verify no domain for some perverse outcmoes) visit XDA Dev.

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