Cyanogen brings Multi-Touch to Nexus One Browser

Cyanogen, as the hacker is known at XDA Developers Forum, has used the Nexus One Android 2.1’s Open Source origins to enable multitouch on the phone. Multitouch – as you might be aware, allows the user to use two or more fingers to execute commands on touchscreen devices.

Cyanogen is also known for his efforts to bring in SSH, USB support to the Nexus One, just days after the phones release. Head over to XDA Developers to see how to enable multi touch on your Nexus One.


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