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PSFreedom Dream v1.1.2 Android Recovery Mode with Payloads

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201w ago - Update: Klutsh has now made available psfMod r0.8 PSFreedom for HTC Desire PS3 3.01 And 3.41, psfMod r0.9 PSFreedom for CDMA / GSM Desire PS3 3.01 And 3.41, psfMod r0.9.5.4, psfMod r0.9.6.0, psfMod r0.9.6.2, psfMod r0.9.6.5, and psfMod r0.9.7.0 PSFreedom Recovery Mod Images for Desire, N1, Evo, and Droid.

PSFreedom Dream v1.1.2 by Amon_RA is a custom Android recovery mode specifically for PS3 owners that want to run PSFreedom that includes all available payloads.

The only firmware that is currently compatible with PSFreedom is PS3 System Software 3.41.

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PS JailBreak Tiny Clone & Android PSGroove Port in Development

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204w ago - Since the release of the PSGroove open-source PS JailBreak PS3 exploit there have been numerous clones and ports in the works to other devices, which now includes the JailBreak Tiny (dubbed PSGroove Buddy) and a WIP Android port.

xiaNaix of PSX-Scene.com (linked above) reports via [Register or Login to view links] that the JailBreak Tiny is under development by the TIAO community, who state the following about the project, to quote:

"We are working hard on the Jailbreak Tiny (a.k.a PSGroove Buddy) for your PS3. You can install open-source firmware (PSGroove etc.) to this USB dongle, which will enable you to run homebrews on your PS3!

We haven't decided on the price, but as usual, it won't be expensive and our price is always SHIPPED price! It will have diygadget/TIAO logo."

An Android PSGroove port is also in the works by [Register or Login to view links] on his [Register or Login to view links] and [Register or Login to view links].

To quote on their progress thus far: "I'm currently working on a android port of PSj. You can follow my progress on....
 

Sony Ericsson to Introduce an Android 3.0 Gaming Smartphone?

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207w ago - Previously Sony refused PlayStation branding on a Sony Ericsson PSP Phone and dismissed such claims of a device as speculation, however, according to [Register or Login to view links] Sony Ericsson is slated to introduce an Android 3.0 gaming platform and PSPgo-like smartphone.

This possible change of heart may be due in part to Sony's recent PlayStation Licensing Program expansion.

According to a 'trusted source' of Engadget, Sony Ericsson will introduce a cross between the PSP Go and an Android phone later this year.

To quote: "The handset is supposed to be a "landscape slider," but instead of a QWERTY keyboard like a mobile phone or regular game controls like the PSP, it will have PlayStation buttons, a d-pad and a "long touch pad" to mimic dual analog input.

Sony Ericsson's device will run Android 3.0, and games will be made available through...
 

Video: Android Mobile Operating System Running on iPhone 2G!

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223w ago - Planetbeing is back on the iPhone scene and brought us Android fully working on the iPhone 2G.

I don't know about you guys, but for me these are some nice news.

Here is his blog post, to quote: "I've been working on this quietly in the background. Sorry about the initial video quality, but YouTube promises that the quality will get better as the video gets processed more. The back part of the version I uploaded to Vimeo was cut off.

I think that says it all, really. Donations via paypal to planetbeing at gmail.com. If you'd like to help, come join #iphonelinux on irc.osx86.hu.

Thanks to CPICH for reversing support, harmn1, posixninja, jean, marcan and saurik for patches, and last but not least, TheSeven for his work on the FTL.

Pre-built images and sources at http://www.mediafire.com/?xqjzn12igfn. Read the README. For generic openiboot instructions, there's plenty now that you can search for.

It should be pretty simple to port forward to the iPhone 3G. The 3GS will take more work. Hopefully with all this groundwork laid out, we can make Android a real alternative or supplement for iPhone users. Maybe we can finally get Flash. "




 

Symbian dismisses Google Android

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351w ago - Google's dominance of the web will not translate to the mobile phone market, a senior executive at Symbian has said.

John Forsyth, vice president of strategy at Symbian, the platform that powers many of the world's phones, said Google lacked experience.

Google has formed an alliance with 33 firms to develop an open platform for mobile phones, called Android.

Meanwhile, the head of Nokia in the UK said the firm was in discussions with Google about using the platform.

Simon Ainslie, Nokia UK's managing director, said: "We are always open to discussion and debate on that. We were not ready to make any commitment to it or discuss it at the time."

"We are having ongoing discussions with Google."

'Very happy'

Mr Ainslie said the time was not right to make any announcement as to "how we can work with them".

He also said that Nokia was very happy with its partnership with Symbian.

He said: "It's the world's most used platform. It's not a simple solution to make a platform work on a mobile."

Mr Forsyth said Google had to be aware that making a "mobile OS is a very specialised form of rocket science.

"It's not search rocket science."

He said the alliance was yet another attempt to launch...
 
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