Dr_Ash

Gingerbread ROM?

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Any DEV's out there fancy work on a Gingerbread ROM? Maybe an AOSP build? anyone?

What's involved in porting a version of Gingerbread to this phone, anyone got a clue where to start? I'd be eager to learn....

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HCDRJacob would be able to sort a build out no problems im sure but sadly he doesn't have this phone ;)

Unfortunately this is the problem we have at the moment, not enough people have this device!

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HCDRJacob would be able to sort a build out no problems im sure but sadly he doesn't have this phone ;)

Unfortunately this is the problem we have at the moment, not enough people have this device!

but it is "with google" certified so i thaugt that this ensures that you can use a non modified gingerbread published by google itself? am i wrong?

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It looks like Huawei have an Android 2.3 device called the C8800 with a 480x800 screen resolution. So possibly a Gingerbread version of the U8800. They published the following C8800 UA-Profile specification back in February and it definitely lists Android 2.3 as the operating system.

http://wap1.huawei.com/uaprof/HW_HUAWEI_C8800_1_20110222.xml

I haven't seen any sign of the C8800 firmware yet but it might be worth keeping a lookout for it.

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HCDRJacob would be able to sort a build out no problems im sure but sadly he doesn't have this phone :rolleyes:

Unfortunately this is the problem we have at the moment, not enough people have this device!

He bought a X5 :)

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