new Android Cupcake release for Freerunner

Aditya Gandhi aditya.g8 at
Sun Oct 11 01:34:23 CEST 2009

That is so sad to hear google android without maps, gmail, etc... is there
anyway to get those binaries and have them run on freerunner??

On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 5:05 PM, Chris Samuel <chris at> wrote:

> On Tue, 22 Sep 2009 06:14:32 am Warren Baird wrote:
> > Is there a summary somewhere around what works and what doesn't, and how
> > close it is to being usable as an 'every day' phone?
> I'm using Michael "Panicking" Trimarchi's v15 image as an everyday phone
> and
> it works nicely.
> I've got working GSM (no echo), SMS, Wifi & GPS and I can easily set Ogg
> files
> as my ringtone through the Android "Music" application (tested with Ziggy
> Stardust by Bauhaus :-) ).  Bluetooth can see other BT devices but I've
> never
> tried to use it.
> Be aware that some of the Android applications you might expect to find if
> you've seen a G1 (Android Market, Maps, Google Talk, Voice, GMail, etc)
> won't
> be there as they're not open source and you're not permitted to
> redistribute
> them (as the Cyanogenmod maintainer has just discovered the hard way when
> Google asked him to stop distributing his alternative firmware for the G1
> with
> those apps in).
> cheers!
> Chris
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