Android 1.5 is out for ADP!!

by Aaron » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 00:52:10 GMT

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It's great that Google is able to finally able to make HTC do this and
provide the image/support for upgrading to 1.5 early for ADP users.  I
guess our whining hasn't been totally justified since we have targeted
Google but I am glad that something has been done.

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Android 1.5 is out for ADP!!

by Stoyan Damov » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 02:59:11 GMT

 Whine often, whine early, get early 1.5 :P


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Android 1.5 is out for ADP!!

by Muthu Ramadoss » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 14:27:55 GMT

 Thanks HTC & Co :-D

take care,
Muthu Ramadoss.  - Android Consulting.

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Android 1.5 is out for ADP!!

by Anton Melser » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 02:32:16 GMT

 2009/4/27 Stoyan Damov <>:

And hurrah for them finally listening!!! This is a MAJOR step in my
view. When HTC (and probably to a lesser extent Google) realise that
providing for hackers and wannabe hackers (like me) that want to hose
their phones and then restore they'll be well on the path to Android
becoming the next Cylon OS! All we need now is for Google to fix their
lamentable contacts and the battle shall be won!

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