I previously wrote about rooting a HTC Desire and installing CyanogenMod 7. A month or so ago, a new CyanogenMod rom was released, and I finally found the time to upgrade it.
Of course I first did a full backup, as described in my previous post, using the recover mod.
I first tried updating the . . . → Read More: Upgrading cyanogenmod
I started writing this as I was actually doing this to my phone. The problem I found with most existing instructions is they seem to slightly contradict other instructions you find. Many have steps which are not well laid out and often don’t give a reason for doing things which can be a bit annoying. Often the . . . → Read More: Rooting and upgrading a HTC Desire to android 2.3 (CyanogenMod 7)
Saw this recently on the Google blog:
App Inventor is a new tool in Google Labs that makes it easy for anyone—programmers and non-programmers, professionals and students—to create mobile applications for Android-powered devices. And today, we’re extending invitations to the general public.
via Official Google Blog: App Inventor for Android.
It looks really cool, and . . . → Read More: App Inventor for Android
Since buying an Android phone I have been starting to think about using it to read books. The screen isn’t bad, and it turns out that there is some good software out there
Aldiko is a fantastic program for reading free ePub books, so I am working my way through a few H. G. Wells . . . → Read More: eBooks on Android
I gave in to the whole “smart phone” thing on the a week ago and ordered a HTC Desire online. The phone arrived last Tuesday and has barely been out of my hand since.
The hardware is fairly similar to the iPhone in shape, but a matt-black back casing and sort of purplish-metallic looking trim. . . . → Read More: HTC Desire – Android rocks!