Gingerbread on Nexus One; source code available in AOSP

Well, as soon as the Android 2.3 source was pushed to AOSP, devs started porting to other devices. Nexus One is the lucky one to get it first and the Gingerbread is ready to be installed without Google Apps and camera support.

You can download the Zip and flash it now.

A few things to note from Chris Soyers, who actually did the porting:

This may overwrite your recovery.

  • Does not include ANY proprietary applications (find your own).  That means no market.
  • Plain vanilla AOSP.
  • I will not release any builds for other devices, as we still have to work on those.
  • Requires, REQUIRES, 35.0017 hboot [Download here]
  • Nexus One ONLY.
  • No camera.

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2 thoughts on “Gingerbread on Nexus One; source code available in AOSP

    Suresh Babu A

    (December 20, 2010 - 4:55 pm)

    Hi, i downloaded the file for Gingerbread Update on Nexus one. But can anyone provide me to, procedure for update the gingerbread on Nexus one.

    Alain

    (December 19, 2010 - 12:28 am)

    Hey! I downloaded and intalled! Worked well, but like mentioned above, it still needs a lot of work. This is just the basic OS. It takes some time to open the dialer and some other apps. But atleas you can get a taste of what its going to be like!!

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