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Old 11-26-2009, 05:56 PM   #16
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Yes there are a lot of recources I've found ill have to look into fast booting I've gotten my recovery image fixed now I just have to get my cmod to work right I have an android dev 1 fw on my android right now and I used ta tool to put all my caches and apps on sd rebooted and twice as fast I'm not sure how it all worked cause I can't find the apps on the sd via the phone ill have to boot it up in the pc and chk it.
Old 04-29-2010, 07:49 PM   #17
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Cyanogen RULZ! ;]]
(rooted T-Mobile G1 running CyanogenMod + 10mb 'ram hack' + swap activated + fixpermissions)

I've got my '7th day' tmobile G1 confounding all my peer circles' iphone apple fanboys to no end here. ;]]

With brilliant Cyanogen's handiwork, my G1 helps me serve my Fortune 100 clients 24/7 here. 2kool4skool having android 2.0 [soon Cy will be adding bits of 2.1 too ;]] components in my "now 18 month old 'obsolete'" 'tmobile android beta' G1.

Re; some of the very very basic questions above about alternate tux distros etc. on g1's?.. ,very rare for any sans chaps at Cyan's hacker/coder/development levels honestly. More due tiny rom G1's sport than android limitations etc. Much more fun to be had on say a Nexus One or HTC Incredible blah blah infinitum.

Likewise, this kind of advanced android play is so much better addressed at such heavy weight android centric sites as & than here lads. OR.. very active channels [typically 3-600+ users 24/7 ;]] #android &/or #cyanogenmod mates.

Old 05-01-2010, 08:53 AM   #18
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I think you can get a terminal on Android, actually. I know there is a terminal in one of the SDKs. I forget the kind of CPU the android has? ARM? Maybe you can just cross compile the apps you need. Never know.
Old 05-02-2010, 03:43 AM   #19
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There's TOO MUCH already written about this.
Debian dows an arm port, and people can dual boot debian and Android OS.
Yes there's terminals. Just search for wjhat info you want - it's all out there. No need to start threads on it.
Old 05-03-2010, 09:14 AM   #20
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tech9iner doesnt get why people are asking cyanogen mod questions here.. when his wiki handily addresses most things.. then his irc channel for real time community support likewise is so much better than here in generic linux threads?...

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