If you have been waiting for the Google Android phone, the HTC Dream, wait no more! The Android phone, also commonly known overseas as the HTC G1, has just arrived in town and we’ve prepared a quick video roundup of the HTC Dream’s features.
Want an onscreen keyboard, bluetooth stereo, PDF viewing capability, video recording, auto rotate, find & select text in browser, a music widget, a calendar widget and all the swift transitions in-between. You don’t have to wait if you don’t mind a few bugs. The xda-developer Haykuro ported over the Sapphire’s Android ROM in two different versions which has all the features the Cupcake development branch has been working on up to this date. Check out our videos and screen shots for the HTC build and how to get it at DroidProof
A Basic Review of the Rom and everything about it. for the wallpaper go to www.4shared.com/dir/25398844/b34950de/Franco_Wallpapers.html
Video Rating: 4 / 5
With this multi-touch support on the HTC Dream (G1) is complete (Browser, gallery, maps) Link: forum.xda-developers.com The patch is the form of a zip file you would flash in recovery. You can also push the files to your phone via adb. Multi-touch Google Maps has been ported so that it can be run on any phone with Cyanogenmod 4.2.xx, or any other ROM with the Eclair multi-touch framework ported over such as Super-D or Dwangs. Running Cyanogenmod 4.2.13 on Rogers HTC Dream EBI1