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Android Wiki Rules
Nothing illegal is permitted to be posted here. Articles are to be written in the third person, and no one user should claim ownership of an article. A somewhat-neutral point of view should be maintained, but since we are not the wikipedia, this isn't crucial. This is a technical wiki - so the most important thing is that the details are technically correct. Anything you download here will be used at your own risk. This is just a central place to find these files, not a proven test ground for them. All downloads were created by a 3rd party and are just hosted here for simplicity.
This wiki is for the Android OS, and all articles should be somehow Android related.
This wiki can no longer be edited by anonymous users. Due to spam, editing requires registration. That's somewhat of a nuisance, but it's the current reality in the face of spammers.
Android Community Effort
I would like to thank everyone who has taken time out of their lives to sign up and edit or write new pages. I have noticed lots of user contributed content lately and it helps a lot for me to not have to worry about making edits twice a week. This Wiki is what it is because of the community who takes the time to help others. If you notice something that is wrong, missing or just outdated (JF updates, I always miss updating the latest version on some page or another), please feel free to help the community out by creating an account (it does not take long at all) and make the changes.
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Android General Information
- Android Browser File Types - List of what files can be downloaded in the Android browser and which ones fail
- Secret Codes - List of codes that when typed into the phone give information
- Android FAQ - Frequently asked questions all about Android.
- Android Brainstorm - Brainstorm is a method to submit and vote for feature requests for Android.
- Generating Keys - How to generate keys that can be used with SignApk.jar
- ADB - Basic use of ADB
- Building the Android Platform - How to build the Android Platform. Edit me!
- Compiling for Android - How to cross-compile for android
- Android uids and guids - List of uids and suids for android
- Preventing OTA Updates - How to prevent OTA updates from locking your phone down
- HOWTO: Unpack, Edit, and Re-Pack Boot Images
- Creating Splashboot Images - How to edit your boot images.
- Installing Debian - Tutorial on how to install Debian on an Android device
- OTA Updates - Over The Air updates for the T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream) and the Vodaphone Magic (HTC Sapphire)
- Forcing OTA Updates - Forcing OTA updates on the T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream) and the Vodaphone Magic (HTC Sapphire)
Android Device or Rom Specific
List of devices
- Dream - Also known as the G1 and the ADP1
- Magic - Also known as the Sapphire
- DSTL1 - Also known as SciPhone N21
- Pulse - T-Mobile Pulse / Huawei U8220
- RC30 Root Attempts - What has been tried (and failed) to preserve root in RC30
- G1 USB Host - Does the G1 really have USB host capability? Edit me!
- G1 Tethering - Tethering the G1 to your PC/laptop.
- Building the HTC Dream Platform - building the specific HTC dream open source tree
- Debian on G1 - Debian can be built to run on the G1 (side by side with android, not replacing). Edit me!
- Latest version of busybox - Busybox 1.13.1 compiled for G1 / Android May need cleanup
- Rooting Android - How to get root on Android T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream) up to RC29 (see Root For RC30 if you are already on RC30)
- Quick Root - Single page poker tutorial to go from RC30 down to RC29, obtain root and go to JF 1.4 (or newer)
- Why Root - For all of those wondering why they should have/might want root, here is a list.
- G1 Root Bug Explained - Why you are able to gain root on your RC19-RC29 G1
- Keeping Root - How to keep root and upgrade to RC30 (modified version) (see Root For RC30 if you are already on RC30)
- Root For RC30 - How to downgrade to RC29 (US version) so you can get root and then keep root
- Root for RC8 - How to downgrade to RC7 (UK version) so you can get root and then keep root
- Engineering Bootloader - Link and instructions for flashing the engineering bootloader to your G1
- G1 keyboard and button shortcuts - List of key and button shortcuts that do stuff beyond that primary use of that button or keyboard. Quicklaunch keyboard shortcuts included.
- Activating the G1 - Activate your phone without the need for a data plan or SIM card (doesn't work for T-mobile G1's because the required phone menus are unreachable before activation.)
- Boot Modifiers - List of what keys affect the boot process and where they take you.
- G1 Changelog - List of changes in each OTA update
- Dev Phone ROMs - Where to get ROMs for the ADP1
- Magic Rooting - How to get root on the HTC Magic/Sapphire
- Magic Root Access - How to access a root shell from the HTC Magic/Sapphire Terminal Emulator
- Magic Recovery Tool and roms - How to install the Amon Ra recovery tool and install roms
- Hero Rooting - How to get root on the HTC Hero.
Samsung Galaxy i7500
- Galaxy Rooting - Rooting the Samsung Galaxy i7500 (incomplete - tbd)
- Galaxy Essentials - Codes, Specifications, etc. (incomplete)
- DSTL1 Rooting - Rooting the DSTL1
- Haykuro Cupcake - Information about Haykuro's cupcake roms.
- Haykuro Apps to SD - Information and instructions for setting up apps-to-sd on Haykuro's roms.
- JesusFreke ROMs - Information about JesusFreke's ROMs