While Android 3.0 Honeycomb running on XOOM is pretty much the most popular subject of conversation in the Android world, its SDK has been ported to many devices in somewhat working conditions. While we cannot be sure how many phones would get to taste the blue magic of the Honeycomb, what we can do while we wait is to take it a step closer to looking like Honeycomb.
If you’re a Droid X owner and want to use the beautiful Honeycomb as your boot animation, please find below the complete stepwise tutorial to do so.
HTC WildfireHTC WildfireHTC Wildfire, has just received it’s first Honeycomb port! And you thought the device was beginning to feel outdated. Development work on this phone had been quite slow for a while now, but it’s Honeycomb! We don’t care, we know it’s here and we want it! This port was developed by XDA-Developers forum member ben1066
by the name of Honeyfire
. Read on for more on this ROM and how to install it on your device.
After months of worries on whether the Motorola Xoom will ship with a locked bootloader or an encrypted one, we finally have the confirmation from Motorola that is is merely locked, enabling us to unlock it very easily and flash a custom recovery and ROMs to it. If you’re a lucky owner of this powerful Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, read on for our guide on how to unlock its bootloader.
Being originally intended to be an eBook reader, the Barnes & Noble Nook Color lacks some key Android hardware buttons like Menu and Back but with a quick hack, you can configure the Volume buttons to perform these actions on your Nook Color if you have installed a custom Gingerbread based CyanogenMod7 or Honeycomb Android ROM on it. Read on for our guide on how to configure these on your Nook Color. Read More
We have previously posted a guide on how to install Android 3.0 Honeycomb and Market on Nook Color
and now, we are bringing you an overclocked kernel for you to replace your stock Honeycomb kernel and boost the speed of the device while dual-booting the device, thanks to XDA-Developers forum member rookie1
(who is by no means a rookie). If you want to install overclocked Honeycomb on your Nook Color, please read on. Read More
Android 3.0 Honeycomb causes some major drooling amongst Android fans out there. As always, the team at Xda-developers has come up with yet another Honeycomb SDK port, this time for the HTC Desire. Just a day back, we featured a guide
on how to port Honeycomb SDK on Nexus One. This HTC Desire port is based on the one for Nexus One with some modifications done to get a few things working.
SpyderComb is the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb custom ROM for the HTC EVO 4G that brings Google’s tablet-exclusive version of Android to the smartphone. It is presently in alpha stage with several features not working but still it is significant progress. For more information and to get Honeycomb up and running on your EVO 4G, continue reading after the jump. Read More
The SDK preview of Android 3.0 Honeycomb has been successfully ported on HTC Desire HD, EVO 4G and Droid Incredible by the T3HH4XX0R
team. While these builds aren’t functional enough for daily use and are meant only as previews, they are certainly promising when it comes to future development.
Following the hype since Google’s introductory event held a couple of week’s ago, Honeycomb and its features have been the talk of the geek town lately. Google proudly showcased them one by one and was graced with much applause. One of these showcased features that was direly needed was the revamped Music Player to bring a much needed visual improvement on Android’s default music player.
The new player offers you much more in terms of dynamic colors on album art, song searches and the newly popular Google Music Sync over the air. If you’re up for installing, running and testing it, go ahead and read on. Read More
A few days ago, we wrote about how to install Android 3.0 Honeycomb on your Barnes & Noble Nook Color but many users weren’t exactly giving it a shot because it did not offer root access and there was no known way to root it back then. All that has changed, and now you can successfully root your Nook Color running Android 3.0 Honeycomb using the following procedure.
HoneyComb is Google’s latest and finest development for the upcoming Android tablets and it can now be used on Nook Color, one of the best E-reader devices available today. The installation takes place on an External SD Card, which leaves the current default setup of your device untouched. if you want to try out HoneyComb without having to risk the integrity of your device or your warranty, read on.
Lets face it - the default clock widget that comes with Android versions up to and including Gingerbread is not exactly aesthetically pleasing but that has changed with Android 3.0 Honeycomb, which bundles a digital clock widget with a killer font that’s a treat to watch. You can now install a widget with the same Honeycomb font and looks on any Android device using a themed One More Clock Collection
Eversince the Android 3.0 Honeycomb Preview SDK was released, we have been expecting some of its goodies ported to existing Android tablets. Although this boot animation isn’t an official SDK port, it is quite beautiful and if you can’t want for a full-fledge Gingerbread port on your Viewsonic G Tablet, you can start off by installing it using ADB right away.
A Preview SDK for Android 3.0 Honeycomb has been released yesterday and it gives the developers a sneak preview at all the new features they can find in the final version when it is released. This SDK utilizes all the new features of the Honeycomb UI to lets developers build rich applications for Tablet devices using these latest Honeycomb UI elements. Read More
Last year at Google I/O, Google exhibited the next generation Music Player app for its Android operating system but it did not make its way with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, though a leaked player rumored to be intended for Android 3.0 Honeycomb has surfaced lately and you can install it on Samsung Captivate as well as many other Android devices.