Install the latest Java JDK x86 version: Unzip Android SDK directory to c: Command prompt - adb devices If no devices found, then: Get the files you need at the above link then verify the MD5 values: Make sure phone is connected to USB cable and computer From computer, open command prompt and cd to the directory where these files are: Ginger yoshi Get the file you need at the above link then verify MD5: Boot to recovery mode: This takes about 2 minutes to finish.
No - for smaller new Smaller LCD density setting , no for higher phone resolution If you have good near sited vision, use Smaller. If not, use Larger default.
Ginger yoshi (Android ) install guide f… | HTC Dream: G1
The first boot takes about 4 minutes to boot. Ginger Yoshi does not always boot this slow. Performance Improvements: Settings - YoshiMod Settings - Performance: CPU settings: Disabled Use JIT: Checked Enable surface dithering: Not checked Allow purging of assets: Checked Lock Home in memory: Checked Lock messaging app in memory: Checked VM heap size: Disable vibrate on calls: Settings - Call settings - uncheck both Vibrate on answer and Vibrate on hangup Copy "media" directory to SD card for more ring tones and such Old Ginger Yoshi version RC7 came with more notifications and ring tones.
Then you can put extra notifications and ringtones on sd card then reboot phone to have them enabled. Example, put them here on SD card: Content Grid: Columns - 5 Rows - 5 Install: Dropbox - easy way to share files between your PC and Android phone.
See https: Voice Search Change boot animation to Nexus S boot animation: I like the Nexus S boot animation which was in the Ginger Yoshi 1. The boot animation consists of a file called bootanimation. I use the free application ES File Explorer to make this change. Check Mount File System.
Press back button on phone. Scroll down and press on the system directory then the media directory.
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Find the Nexus S bootanimation. Press on the Nexus S copy of bootanimation.
The Nexus S bootanimation. Once you reboot the phone, you should now see the Nexus S boot animation. Referenced links: Ginger yoshi observations: I am running ginger yoshi 1. Fix for: Android Market update won't allow some applications to be installed: These applications won't install for me with Ginger Yoshi 1.
Settings - Applications - Manage applications - All - Market - Uninstall updates After this finished, I was able to install all of the above applications using the old Android Market on my phone. The Market will try to update again later, unless you do the following: Disable the automatic update of the Android Market application: Open "Terminal Emulator" application and then type in the following two lines allow the super user request popup: Show all disabled packages to verify updater is disabled, if you want: I seem to have issues sometimes with Ginger yoshi where some apps crash Example: The Weather Channel but this seem to clear up if I power off then power on my phone again.
Not sure if it is Ginger yoshi or the apps.
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Start here for Cyanogenmod , the wiki will tell you how to root and install CM on your phone. There's some speculative chatter on the internet to suggest you'll have a hard time running 2. Which means that It also means that you might consider doing something a little less drastic, like upgrading to a somewhat more stable ROM. Especially if the idea of rooting your phone is giving you the willies! The ROMs there will still require you to root your phone, tho. Not sure which network you're on or which of the two Magic versions you've got, but there is an official 2.
If you've got one of the ones that HTC update, rather than your network updating OTA, then you may be able to download the update if you go to http: More info in this question:.
Are there really first generation devices that are still under warranty?