How to Make your Nexus One into a Linux Computer!

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Wanna run a desktop using your Nexus One as your CPU device?  Well, now you can!  Hacker Sven Killig has hacked his Nexus One by adding USB Host (which allows you to connect USB devices to your Nexus One), thereby being able to use a USB Monitor adaptor and run Linux X11 Window, all minced and diced with fully working USB keyboard and USB wireless mouse.   Incredible!

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HTC Evo 4G Hacks – How to Install Free Wifi Tether App on your HTC Evo 4G!

For those of you who have bought HTC Evo 4G (or thinking about getting one), you should know that you can install a free wifi tethering app on your HTC Evo 4G to use it as a 3G/4G mobile hotspot device.

You must root your HTC Evo 4G first, then simply install the Android Wifi Tethering app.

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How to Install Froyo Android 2.2 On Your Nexus One!

For those of you who have modded your Nexus One phone with Cyanogen or Desire ROM AND you want to upgrade to Android 2.2 Froyo, you can do it by just burning the Froyo image, provided thanks to @Modaco.

For people with stock Nexus One, I would advise to just wait for Froyo update rolls out. (but you can also install it too if you really want it NOW.)

Here’s step-by-step instructions on how to install

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How to Install and Play Sega Classic Games on your Nexus One (or other Android Phone)!

Yey, there’s an Android app called Gensoid (that you can download, Gensoid Lite is the free version without ability to save games) to install and play Sega Classic games on your Nexus One such as the Sonic Hedgehog (pictured above).

Here’s step by step instructions to instal

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How to Upgrade Samsung Moment to Android 2.1!

Sprint has recently and officially released Android 2.1 for Samsung Moment, download it here. essay about friends

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Android Tether Coming to Android 2.2!

It looks like Android Tether is coming to Android 2.2 soon. ?For those of you who don’t want to wait nor pay any additional monthly fees for what’s already do-able, you can follow our instructions here on how to tether your Android phone via WiFi or Bluetooth. Plus, if you install Cyanogen Mod, you will get USB tether wi

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Android Hack – How to Install Windows 3.1 on your Android Phone!

Yesterday, I stumbled onto a cool hack where this guy has supposedly found a way to run Windows 3.1 on his Droid smartphone. ?Upon closer investigation, I found out that you can indeed install Windows 3.1 running on top of an Android app called DosBox. (See here for full instructions)

Of course, this isn’t the “true” way of running an operating system (over an app) but still, you can run your favorite Dos programs by installing Android DosBox onto your Andro

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Android Smartphones Blaze Past iPhones for Larger Market Share!

Just reported, it looks like Android smartphones now have a larger market share at 28% of the U.S. mobile market while iPhones make up (now) 21%. ? RIM still leads at 36% but the good news is that Android OS is really starting to take on the popularity over iPhones.

Looks like Steve Jobs will be taking an iDump soon.

NPD says that unit sales for Android-based devices bolted past Apple iPhone devices for the first quarter in the U.S.

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Quake 3 Running on Nexus One!

Apparently, someone has figured out how to run Quake 3 on the Nexus One. If we can find more information about it, we will soon feature a how to article on this so you can play Quake 3 on your Nexus One too.

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Nexus One Memory Hack – How to Increase 21MB of RAM!

For those of you who want a bit more out of your Nexus One phone, you might want to take a look at this hack that allows you to get additional 21MB of RAM by moving memory allocations around.

Of course, the Nexus One phone comes with 512MB of RAM so I don’t know if this hack is worth doing but for those of you who must be on the bleeding edge, you can give it a try:

This is what I did, starting from the 8MB RAM hack: - Expanded EBI1_BANK0 by 8MB because the incrediblec source said I could - Moved 5MB GPU memory from EBI1_BANK0 to SMI - Created extra memory bank in EBI1_B

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