Monthly Archives: June 2010

Protected: THE DARCH ROM

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Froyo onto the Hero

In todays prime aspect, I’m going to share with you how to succesfully run 2.2 (aka Froyo) onto your Htc Hero200 device. NOTE* Please have root access before beginning this procedure First off download this…-Darchstar.img Once downloaded, place the … Continue reading

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Froyo Source Code Released Today!

As of today, Google released a full bullet proof version of the 2.2 rom (aka Froyo) to developers of the masses. So what this means is now all devices capable are able to update to the 2.2 release without having … Continue reading

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Android OS 2.2 ported to CDMA HTC Hero (TEST)

After the release of yesterdays FRF72 update for the nexus one, one xda member was able to get a rom based off of froyo, ported to the cdma Htc Hero. What works: Data Calls (can’t speak to the other person) … Continue reading

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Updated Android 2.2 Froyo FRF72 Leaks For Nexus One

Today an updated version of Android 2.2 Froyo for the Google Nexus One has arised, the FRF72 build, seemingly another beta version of the more widely available FRF50 build.  Shared by a source at xda-developers, the new ROM requires FRF50 … Continue reading

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Google Releases Command Line Tool For YouTube, Calendar, Docs And More

 Google has launched a simple but very useful app for computer nerds everywhere: GoogleCL, a command-line tool that allows users to do everything from upload folders to Picasa to adding appointments to a Google Calendar. Google CL is a … Continue reading

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Get Flash 10.1 Without Froyo

One of the members at xda-developers has managed to compile an APK for Android 2.0 and 2.1, giving users full Flash support on their device! Achieved by using a plugin on Android 2.x currently used to enable Flash Lite, the … Continue reading

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