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    Did some Android research other day .

    Could've just linked to the CyanogenMod site for all this info. You can also access them in IRC: join #cyanogenmod on irc.freenode.net...

    EDIT: Good to see an Android section .
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    I think he is trying to put some meat on the Android section it would have been so dull and consume such little space to just link a site with the info now wouldn't it
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    and also it lacks some information, which i beefed up as well wid a JA twist
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    So is there a non Doctor Frankenstein way of updating/upgrading the version of Android which is currently on your phone?
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    lmao Dr. Frankenstein.. hehehehehe

    anyway the only other way of updating the version of android is by getting the official release -> but keep in mind that the G1 pretty much is out of the spotlight in the modern android community. the only phones i know that have official releases are Nexus or Droid

    but at any rate anubis custom firmwares are still far better than the original firmwares
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    I learned today actually when connected to the wifi it asked me if I wanted to update and it updated it back to the version that I had downgradeded it from when I was trying to get whole activation without data plan thing to work.
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    so which OS are you running now anubis?
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    Not sure Vylle but the boot screen changed back to what it was when I just got the phone, it says Firmware 1.6 I don't know if that helps in anyway.
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    u are running donut aka 1.6
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