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Discussion in 'Koush' started by pdroid, Jun 23, 2010.
According to tweets from koush and cyanogen, Froyo has just dropped on AOSP.
Now what the heck does that mean?
That was mentioned earlier on the newscast.
The biggest is that Cyanogen can start working on compiling a rom based on 2.2 source code and then Koush can port that to the Droid.
It should also mean it's release (official OTA 2.2 update) is very close.
It means the source code for Froyo is available, and cyanogen can now build a proper Froyo release.
It means that Roms can now be compiled from Google's source and will start to be of the same quality as the OS that Google will be putting out, but with added features that could only be made completely stable with access from the source... think the force close issue on with playlists on Eliot Stocker's overhauled music app... stuff like that can now be made stable. Great news.
@cyanogen: And CM6 is underway. We <3 you Google #froyo
Thats freaking awesome Woo Hoo
CM6 is going to target the Droid.....no need to do a major port.
Well, I think cyanogen just meant that koush will handle the Droid end of things, as he always has.