I use to blog about my blackberry when I got it and would post reviews of different apps. I have since then migrated to Android, but I haven’t posted anything android related yet, so I thought I would start.

To start off, I have an HTC Evo, rooted with CyanogenMod 7 on it. If you do not know anything about Cyanogenmod, I would recommend checking out their website.

The biggest advantage to using cyanogenmod is the customization you can do with it. With Android 4.0 source being released, I like the new design, which has insipred me to try out some of the ice cream sandwich themes for CM7 which is based on the AOSP Gingerbread 2.3.x.

To start off I have this theme for Cyanogenmod installed.

I recently switched from adw launcher to go launcher, but this launcher theme is for all the major third party launchers.

Then I use the ring locks on cyanogenmod, with this modification to the unlocker.

Here is the final results.

Here is the wallpaper I am using. Link

Googles: The future of mobile

September 19th, 2008 | Posted by tonyscha in Personal - (0 Comments)

Alright so I was just writing on how I want a new phone, and I go ahead and read googles newest blog post.. ( http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/future-of-mobile.html ) which talks about how much the phone has advanced. The article is kind of interesting because it goes on to talk about what they can do… but it mentions of nothing of what google is going to do? Does this have to do with anything with the Android Developers kit for mobile phones? Well the reason I bring that ip, is because … there has been reports of t-mobile releasing the first phone with Googles Android SDK developers kit on it September 23. There has been many names for the phone.. G1, or gphone. I have verizon and I want a smartphone, but what I really want is something that more advanced such as what verizon promised last year… a open platform. A phone that allows any developer to write code for it, which basicly implies I want the google android kit for Verizon.