With the ability to get root access to some of these new powerful pieces of hardware we call cell phones, we’re a bit surprised we haven’t seen more interfacing with external hardware.Here’s an example of some rudimentary connections between an Android G1 and an Arduino.To do this, you must have your G1 rooted, have the Android SDK installed, and then a custom python program running.There is also a simple level shifter from 3.3v to 5v necessary for the connection to the Arduino. They’ve documented the process quite well adn we’re excited to see what kinds of stuff people come up with.The GS8 update comes in at 395MB, while the GS8 ’s update is 392MB.As for what’s included, GS8 and GS8 owners can expect improved face recognition performance, a user interface adjustment for the camera, and some security improvements.The T-Mobile G1 features the Android 1.5 (Cupcake) operating system update, which includes support for Bluetooth stereo music streaming, video recordign and playback, multiple message editing in Gmail, and more (see details below).T-Mobile Service The T-Mobile G1 operates on GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks and is compatible with T-Mobile's UMTS/HSDPA 3G network, which operates on the 1700/2100 MHz AWS spectrum.
The update weighs in as 124.1MB, the only item mentioned in the changelog is a vague “This release includes various updates” statement.
The nine phones that are currently listed on T-Mo’s Nougat update page are: Keep in mind that more devices will likely be added to this page.
For example, there are no LG phones currently listed, and I’m sure that LG plans on updating its flagship G5 to Nougat, and probably the G4 and V10, too.
T-Mobile plans to release Android 7.0 for the Galaxy Note 5 early this week, but if you absolutely can’t wait any longer for the update, you might be able to grab it right now.
The Android 7.0 update for T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 5 appears to be available through Smart Switch, Samsung’s software for Windows and Mac computers.