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Honeycomb now testing on Nexus 1!!

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28th November 2010, 09:24 AM   |  #1  
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Honeycomb 3.0 on nexus 1?

http://www.airbenchmark.com/reports/results/83

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28th November 2010, 09:26 AM   |  #2  
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Look at this list:

http://www.airbenchmark.com/reports/devices

Devices number 61 and 62 both have firmwares 3.0

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28th November 2010, 11:12 AM   |  #4  
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Devices number 61 and 62 both have firmwares 3.0

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28th November 2010, 11:25 AM   |  #5  
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sorry i call bs on this one...
the first 2.3 entry might have been legit but os version says 3.0 but the build says 2.3. its like someone was trying to figure out how to change the info in the build.prop or whereever it gets that os info from to say the right thing.

Code:
HRI83D
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passion-userdebug 2.3 GRH47B 77346 test-keys
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passion-userdebug 3.0 HRI783D 77346 test-keys
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passion-userdebug 3.0 HRI83D 77346 test-keys
You have to admit the pattern is a little bit suspect
28th November 2010, 12:13 PM   |  #6  
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28th November 2010, 12:32 PM   |  #7  
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sorry i call bs on this one...
the first 2.3 entry might have been legit but os version says 3.0 but the build says 2.3. its like someone was trying to figure out how to change the info in the build.prop or whereever it gets that os info from to say the right thing.

Code:
HRI83D
Code:
passion-userdebug 2.3 GRH47B 77346 test-keys
Code:
passion-userdebug 3.0 HRI783D 77346 test-keys
Code:
passion-userdebug 3.0 HRI83D 77346 test-keys
You have to admit the pattern is a little bit suspect

I noticed that as well, but apart from suspicious, what else could you say?
Not that Honeycomb is close, but could be that Google made a first trial of Honeycomb on a Nexus One.

Nothing conclusive, nothing deceptive either
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Has to be fake. Why would there be GRH83D (which is FRG83D with F and G incremented), and more obviously, why would Honeycomb be the same deal, with G and H incremented too?

And why would all three builds have the exact same test keys? That makes no sense at all. Try to type passion-userdebug on Google, and you'll see every build had different test-keys:

ERD72 : 22132
FRF50 : 38042
FRF51 : 38176
FRF85 : 38988

I don't want to believe that all three build have the same test keys, something doesn't add up.
28th November 2010, 05:48 PM   |  #10  
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Has to be fake. Why would there be GRH83D (which is FRG83D with F and G incremented), and more obviously, why would Honeycomb be the same deal, with G and H incremented too?

And why would all three builds have the exact same test keys? That makes no sense at all. Try to type passion-userdebug on Google, and you'll see every build had different test-keys:

ERD72 : 22132
FRF50 : 38042
FRF51 : 38176
FRF85 : 38988

I don't want to believe that all three build have the same test keys, something doesn't add up.

This. Obvious fake is obvious.

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