Cyanogen “Whips Up” Multitouch for Nexus One
One of the most popular Android hackers has just made one the most popular Android handsets a touch* better.Â Steve Kondik, better known as Cyanogen, has figured out how to implement multi-touch into the web browser of the Nexus One.Â If you’re among the 20,000 or so people who have a Nexus One, you can do this yourself.Â You will, of course, have to root your handset.
In the meanwhile, Steve is hard at work on getting multi-touch to work within other aspects of the Nexus One.
*See what we did there?
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