Honeycomb Android 3.0 SDK for Nexus S

by on March 7, 2011
in Android, Tips and Tricks




Honeycomb Android 3.0 is specifically designed for tablets powered by the Android OS, but the power of developers can take it on any device they want. Android 3.0 was first ported to the Nexus One, and now it has been ported to the Nexus S as well.

Motorola XOOM is the first Android tablet to run Honeycomb, but you can enjoy the full SDK port on your Nexus S as well.

According to the developer @ XDA, only the touchscreen, USB and SD card works, for now. Other features like WiFi, Bluetooth, data services, audio, camera etc. does not work. This Honeycomb SDK ROM is rooted. And it has a very annoying flicker on every touch action you do on it. I hope that will be fixed soon in the future releases.

Download Android 3.0 for Nexus S from here!

Nexus S Android 3.0 Video

Watch the video below of Honeycomb running on the Nexus S:

Nexus S Android 3.0 Screenshots

And here are some screenshots from the Honeycomb SDK port.

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