Developers Waste Little Time Porting Android 2.1 to Droid
In a move that comes as little surprise, some crafty developers have managed to extract Android 2.1 from a Nexus One handset to port it to the Motorola Droid. Does it work? Yes and no. According to comments left by the devs, it’s buggy at best.Â Â As of right now, there are roughly a half dozen issues reported.Â Their advice is to wait until a proper image has been created at which time a guide will follow.Â Warnings aside, you can still take things into your owns and give it a whirl.Â Don’t forget kids, messing with your phone in this manner risks turning it into a $500 hockey puck.
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