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Vodafone has just put up a release date for its new HTC Magic – it’s due to be released on May 5th.  As was previously reported, the HTC Magic will come with the necessary Cupcake update to the OS.  The phone is only available for pay monthly plans, and is…

Haykuro’s Blog has recently announced that they have successfully ported software from the HTC Magic/G2 to be run on the T-Mobile G1.  While the build is being reported as completely stable, you may still experience some issues (as listed on the Google Project site).  The installation requires root access and…

Romain Guy at the Android Developers Blog posted a little bit about some of the UI changes that we’ll see in Android 1.5.  In the image above, for example, you can see what the “New Contact” screen looks like on 1.5 (the right), and how it appears on the current…

Yesterday Google released an early look at the Android OS 1.5 software developer kit, which includes developer support for all of the new Cupcake features that we are going to see in devices like the HTC Magic from Vodafone. The new SDK also gives developers the ability to write programs…

In light of the new Cupcake build that is finding its way onto developer’s G1 Android devices, we thought we would do a little round up of the videos that have hit the big world wide web over the last few days. We will also discuss a few of the…

According to Betanews, T-Mobile USA’s Erica Gordon denied that the company had any plans for a Cupcake related firmware update for the T-Mobile G1 in April, which is what Pocket-link.com quoted an unnamed source at T-Mobile UK as saying. Gordon told Betanews that it was “just a rumor” and that…

According to Pocket-Lint.com, a T-Mobile UK representative has said that the famed Cupcake release of the Android OS will become available to T-Mobile G1 users this April. The Cupcake extensions, which include an on-screen virtual keyboard, are known to be included on the HTC Magic (“Sapphire”) that is expected to…

The guys at NullWire have put together a nice and neat way to get the Cupcake branch of Android running on your personal copy of the Android Emulator.  But before you can do that, you need to download and install the Android SDK. [Step 1] Download the SDK from here…

According to an official statement passed through T-Mobile‘s forums admin, Will: According to the Android team, “Cupcake,” which is the code name for an Android software build, is still a work in progress that is considered to be a development branch and not for general availability. We will update you…