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Hi everybody and thanks alot for your great job with omnia android system but I have 2 question

1- Is it possible to find bluetooth driver for android , and if i can use it actually i will leave the windows system for good

2- Is there is any new system update rather than Froyo 2.2 , I heard that there s new android version for omnia 2 and i wish it can be installed in internal memory ( not my storage) )instead of windows rom

Thanks alot

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Hi everybody and thanks alot for your great job with omnia android system but I have 2 question

1- Is it possible to find bluetooth driver for android , and if i can use it actually i will leave the windows system for good

2- Is there is any new system update rather than Froyo 2.2 , I heard that there s new android version for omnia 2 and i wish it can be installed in internal memory ( not my storage) )instead of windows rom

Thanks alot

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1) No. Although the DEVS say that it's working at Kernel level, they still couldn't get it to work in Android... A driver can't fix that unless the DEVS can find another way.

2) Huh? The latest BETA, namely FroYo (2.2) Beta 1, is the latest build from the DEVS. I think what you mean is the installation procedure? If so then refer to this thread at XDA : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1040025

:D

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QUOTE(lol = :D @ Jun 2 2011, 16:49) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
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1) No. Although the DEVS say that it's working at Kernel level, they still couldn't get it to work in Android... A driver can't fix that unless the DEVS can find another way.

2) Huh? The latest BETA, namely FroYo (2.2) Beta 1, is the latest build from the DEVS. I think what you mean is the installation procedure? If so then refer to this thread at XDA : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1040025

:o

Thanks alot for ur kind replay

I wish that the developer find way for bluetooth problem , and what i mean about installation is a stable version replace Windows system on internal memory

Thanks again :(

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:D)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(lol = :D @ Jun 2 2011, 16:49) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->FOR

1) No. Although the DEVS say that it's working at Kernel level, they still couldn't get it to work in Android... A driver can't fix that unless the DEVS can find another way.

2) Huh? The latest BETA, namely FroYo (2.2) Beta 1, is the latest build from the DEVS. I think what you mean is the installation procedure? If so then refer to this thread at XDA : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1040025

:o

Thanks alot for ur kind replay

I wish that the developer find way for bluetooth problem , and what i mean about installation is a stable version replace Windows system on internal memory

Thanks again :D

You couldn't replace the default OS as of now. I'd recommend installing it in MyStorage or use the FroYo bundle as it automates everything :(

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:D)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(lol = :D @ Jun 2 2011, 16:49) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->FOR

1) No. Although the DEVS say that it's working at Kernel level, they still couldn't get it to work in Android... A driver can't fix that unless the DEVS can find another way.

2) Huh? The latest BETA, namely FroYo (2.2) Beta 1, is the latest build from the DEVS. I think what you mean is the installation procedure? If so then refer to this thread at XDA : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1040025

:o

Thanks alot for ur kind replay

I wish that the developer find way for bluetooth problem , and what i mean about installation is a stable version replace Windows system on internal memory

Thanks again :(

I think what you mean was NAND rom.

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I think what you mean was NAND rom.

Thats right friend NAND rom

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