Tag Archives: running

Galaxy Nexus Running webOS Gets So Much Better

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4TZKiDIGY0U The last time we showed you webOS on the Galaxy Nexus, the most we could say is that it booted. And that was a huge feat, don’t get me wrong, but it wasn’t exactly functional. However, this video shows how much progress they’ve made. It shows off UI scaling, and besides the lag and some… Read more

Open webOS Ported To Transformer Prime, What A Cool Sight

We just wanted to share this image with you: Another Android device running Open webOS. If this is the future of webOS, we definitely wouldn’t mind that. Imagine two open source OSes dual booted on your phone a year from now. My love for webOS will never fade, and this could mean it will be given another chance. Android… Read more

Intel Finished Porting Jelly Bean To Medfield

Intels Medfield processors are significantly different from all the others, which are ARM. Thus, it’s harder to get Android running on them. Before, Medfield phones could only run either Gingerbread or Ice Cream Sandwich, and Jelly Bean didn’t work. Luckily, Intel got Jelly Bean working at a fairly good time, and hopefully they’ll be releasing builds of… Read more

Jelly Bean Ported To OG Moto DROID

The OG DROID is still a popular device, despite being ancient. And people are still developing for it. Here is proof: An almost fully working Jelly Bean build. Everything but the camera seems to be working, and the camera partially works. Otherwise, it seems fine. Of course, there could be other bugs, but they aren’t known yet. This is fantastic news… Read more

CyanogenMod 10 Teased On Video Running On An LG Optimus 4X

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdcMZMRQdqo&feature=player_embedded It seems that the move to CyanogenMod 10 has been quite quick! The CyanogenMod team has shown off CM10 working on the LG Optimus 4X, including audio and 1080p video recording. They did say that while merging 4.1 source into their 4.0 code wouldn’t work, the transfer to 4.1 wouldn’t take… Read more