All Gingerbread ROMs Running On Phones

The Gingerbread source code hasn’t even been released yet, and people are already trying to get Gingerbread on their devices. To make clear which devices are supported by certain ROMs, XDA-developers has made a list of working ROMs. Because they’re just ripped off the emulator, don’t expect even the basic stuff to work well. However, you can still play with it to see what the Gingerbread UI is like. Besides, new stuff is always cool to test, right?

Please note: These ROMs are only for playing with and testing. They’re absolutely not ready for daily use. AndroidGuys is not responsible for bricking your phone or any other property damage. If your phone suddenly blows your head off, it wasn’t us. Be warned.

Check it out after the break.


IcedCube GingerHD2
Developer: IcedCube

SPGinger HD2
Developer: spbeeking

HTC Droid Eris


HTC Hero

Developer:  tenfar


Developer:  aosp

HTC Desire


Based on the EVO 4G Gingerbread Port by Echoside

HTC Wildfire




HTC Incredible

Incredible Gingerbread
Developer:  r2DoesInc

HTC Sapphire

Developer:  seo

What are you waiting for? Go check it out, but keep the warning above in mind

Source: XDA

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  1. tkjtkj
    December 09, 21:49 Reply

    well, considering that the NEXUS One will always be the first platform (it IS, btw, the official ‘dev platform’) .. i seriously doubt the validity of this entire thread.


    • rovex
      December 10, 07:28 Reply

      Why is the thread invalid? There ARE Gingerbread ROMs out there. Whether the N1 is a dev phone or not makes no difference whatsoever to that fact.

  2. James
    December 09, 22:41 Reply

    Speaking of blowing heads off, wasn’t there a story in the news that a android phone blew a hear off?

  3. Elvis
    December 10, 00:29 Reply

    Yeah, the speaker blew up or something?

  4. awoken
    December 10, 09:17 Reply

    What??!!! No samsung galaxy s??!!! Did I buy the wrong phone?? Not even froyo yet. Like seriously cmon samsung.

    • opiate46
      December 10, 17:41 Reply

      I’ve got Froyo on my SGS. It’s awesome.

  5. rob
    December 10, 10:24 Reply

    cooome on G1! wooot!

  6. Malik Wahaj Ahmed
    December 10, 11:19 Reply

    It’s something rocking. After the jailbroken iPhones we are currently playing with the Gingerbread ROM’s we are acting like a gadget hungry nation lol and i love this.
    Gadgetize the world !!!

    Thanx for the news anyways.

  7. Teodoro Bogden
    December 12, 11:56 Reply

    Wow! Thank you! I always wanted to write on my blog something like that. Can I include a portion of your post to my site?

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