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I feel so tired so depressed on android of B7610

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There are much more i8000 users than B7610,

and the android of i8000 is unstable on B7610

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only want someone can make a stable android ghost for b7610 with all the new pathes plus the hardkeys

and this forum for android of b7610 need more guys,more topics

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only want someone can make a stable android ghost for b7610 with all the new pathes plus the hardkeys

and this forum for android of b7610 need more guys,more topics

mmm, i must say that just one year ago I thought that never a android version for B7610 should be prepared... and today it exists!

may be it is not the perfect one that everyone would have but devs are working to create it and , in every case situation it is better than one year ago...so, please, don't be so polemic!

Actually there are only beta versions with the need to be stabilized more again and to add other important features as bluetooth and wifi

It is a too much incomplete version to create ROM

You can install the next configuration for B7610, that is similar to have a ROM:

- beta2_1024

- o2bupdate (2D/3D driver)

- first start up to configure time

- second start up to configure registry

- installation of b7610_update_20110303.zip to have sensors, keyboard drivers

- start again

- installation of test-rev100.zip to solve sensor error

- insert in /storage folder "timeupdate" (o2b2update.sh) to update time

installation of Gen.Y DualBoot to launch android similar to a normal ROM start up

bye and good android to you

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this thread is totally useless! closed

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