Information: HTC G1 ("dream_sapphire")

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HTC G1

G1 Specifications
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Codename: dream_sapphire
Also known as: Sapphire, MyTouch 3G, Rogers HTC Magic, DoCoMo HT-03A
Vendor: HTC
Release Date: 2008 October 22 (USA)
2009 February 5 (AUS)
2009 February 21 (SINGAPORE)
2009-06-0 (CAN)
Type: phone
Platform: Qualcomm MSM7201A
CPU: 528 MHz single-core Qualcomm
GPU: N/A
RAM: 192MB
Screen dimension: 81 mm (3.2 in)
Resolution: 480x320
Internal Storage: 256MB
SD Card: up to 16GB
Bluetooth: 2.0+EDR
Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g
Power: 1150 mAh internal rechargeable removable lithium-ion battery
Peripherals: capacitive touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard, trackball, volume controls, 3-axis accelerometer
CM Support: 6
Latest CM version: froyo

Note: Support Status

This device does not support the newest version of CyanogenMod. This may be due to hardware limitations or simply because development is not yet complete. The last version officially supported was based on the froyo branch of CyanogenMod.

Notes

The HTC Dream is a slider touchscreen smartphone manufactured by HTC. The HTC Dream is also marketed as the T-Mobile G1 in multiple markets and the Era G1 in Poland. Official CyanogenMod support for the HTC Dream was added in CyanogenMod 3.1.

The HTC Magic (aka Sapphire) is a touchscreen smartphone manufactured by HTC. It is known as the T-Mobile myTouch 3G in the USA, the Rogers HTC Magic in Canada, and the DoCoMo HT-03A in Japan. Its hardware (RAM, processor, internal storage) are fundamentally identical to the HTC Dream, but the Magic gives up the physical keyboard in favor of a touchscreen version and it has larger storage memory (512 MB). As a result it is somewhat smaller, lighter and sleeker than the Dream. Official CyanogenMod support for the HTC Magic was added in CyanogenMod 3.1.

Get CyanogenMod for the G1

Nightly usually generated every 24 hours, experimental, newest features, unstable! M Snapshot milestone snapshot, more stable than a nightly but potentially some issues Release Candidate last builds before stable release, few minor issues, mostly stable and safe for daily use Stable most stable version available, all or nearly all issues resolved

Installation

How to install CyanogenMod on the G1

Or build CyanogenMod yourself

Build guide

How to build CyanogenMod for the G1

Source code

Device http://www.github.com/cyanogenmod/android_device_htc_dream_sapphire
Kernel http://www.github.com/cyanogenmod/android_kernel_htc_dream_sapphire

Additional resources


Known Issues

To see a list of known issues, or to submit an issue, visit the Known Issues page for the G1.

Find help online

You may find assistance with the G1 on Internet Relay Chat or on the CyanogenMod forums.


Additional Info / Downloads

Files are provided for archival purposes and are not supported by CM.

Radios

  • 2.22.19.26i (European Dreams)
    md5: 270894ab56bdaacf5d3585aff534be2b
  • 2.22.23.02 (US Dreams)
    md5: faf0db41d28daf1cefefc7be0fceb55c
  • 3.22.26.17 (Rogers/Orange Dreams ONLY)
    md5: a7bc6f7724e0e4e77e03de08effe8c0d

SPLs/HBoots

  • 1.33.2005 (Engineering SPL/DangerSPL)
    md5: 2112b7df6ed9d0a56897ac23b0399bb5

Stock Firmware

DangerSPL

This guide is provided for legacy purposes with no current support.

Edit the dream_sapphire device template

This wiki has a "master" device template for adjusting settings pertaining specifically to the G1 (learn more). To change these master settings, edit the wiki device template at Template:device_dream_sapphire.

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