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Default It's sad that android dev for the touch pro has halted.

It's sad that android dev for the touch pro has halted.

I still think this device can run kitkat, because kitkat and the latest jelly are suposed to work on low end and low RAM devices right?

It's a sad thing
 
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If somebody wanna help I can do this.

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And, somebody can say what GBOX is based on? I will start tomorrow.
I.realy would like to see touch pro can handle KitKat (or at least boot it)

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And, somebody can say what GBOX is based on? I will start tomorrow.
I.realy would like to see touch pro can handle KitKat (or at least boot it)

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Yesh!!!
A developer that shows interest!

But you should know that you might need some kernel knowledge.

Atm I'm quite busy with prepping for upcoming tests, so I won't be able to test flash currently.
Have you got a touch pro yourself?

I know kitkat might seem sluggish on our phone, but ART seems very promising, even for our devices!
It seems that ART improved performance for about 250%!
 
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Yesh!!!
A developer that shows interest!

But you should know that you might need some kernel knowledge.

Atm I'm quite busy with prepping for upcoming tests, so I won't be able to test flash currently.
Have you got a touch pro yourself?

I know kitkat might seem sluggish on our phone, but ART seems very promising, even for our devices!
It seems that ART improved performance for about 250%!
I found the source !
http://xdandroid.com/wiki/Getting_the_Source
Proudly running android on my touchpro!
Please don't let this device die: http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-...ro/development
 
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Yesh!!!
A developer that shows interest!

But you should know that you might need some kernel knowledge.

Atm I'm quite busy with prepping for upcoming tests, so I won't be able to test flash currently.
Have you got a touch pro yourself?

I know kitkat might seem sluggish on our phone, but ART seems very promising, even for our devices!
It seems that ART improved performance for about 250%!
Yes, I own a Touch Pro Raphael.
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Thumbs up I will test

I have a TP and I would test. If anyone could point me to a thread to learn how to code I would try to pitch in some besides testing too.
 
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I also have a Touch pro, altough i dont know anything about rom cooking, i would love to test a rom!

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