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Ask "Android for Samsung Omnia (witu) i900"

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i tried it with ock ultra lite rom to save some memory and the result were : NO NETWORK,battery draining,laggy and not suitable for my i900 8 gb..

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i tried it with ock ultra lite rom to save some memory and the result were : NO NETWORK,battery draining,laggy and not suitable for my i900 8 gb..

To be fair to OCK, I've tried his ultra lite rom and it works!

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i wonder what is mean by "Witu".. i have omnia i900 16gb..can i install android ?

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i wonder what is mean by "Witu".. i have omnia i900 16gb..can i install android ?

Yes it´s the same phone, you need a sd card to install it

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Yes it´s the same phone, you need a sd card to install it

Thanks nikkodonatte..i will give a try soon..by the way..is it fully functioning ? i mean taking calls,sms etc ...:-)

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Thanks nikkodonatte..i will give a try soon..by the way..is it fully functioning ? i mean taking calls,sms etc ...:-)

i tested it on my 16gb omnia i900 .. i ghost the android image to the 8gb sdcard then launch the android 2.2.1 via the launcher ..

i get tons of issue such as apps auto close, battery drain, overheat , unable to change language to english..i cant really do any real testing cause most of the apps auto close anyway..

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Anyone can test the "witu i900 Android 2.2" (the 2.2.1 is in russian only). You don't have to change your ROM, you just run it from windows. The thing is that the project is still in alpha stage and the phone, bluetooth, wifi and gps functionality is not yet implemented. If only there was wifi functionality, it would be nice to run viber (!) on our omnias...

By the way, my omnia i900 running Android 2.2 can be charged using the standard data cable and any USB charger, something that you can't do while running windoze. Any ideas how to hack windows to allow this functionality?

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