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Linux Mobile (Cellular) Phone Survey: HTC

Linux compatibility, synchronization and configuration guides for mobile (cellular) phones made by HTC Apache, Blue Angel, Himalaya, Universal, Wallaby. The general resource section at the bottom, contains links to helpful Linux utilities (mostly available under GPL), community efforts, HOWTOs and FAQs. Have you written a documentation yourself? Then please feel free to submit a new entry.

HTC Apache (aka UTstarcom / Sprint PPC-6700 PocketPC, PPC6700, Verizon XV6700)Fedora 
HTC Desire  NEW  Android 
HTC Desire  NEW  Android 
HTC Desire  NEW  UbuntuGerman
HTC Wallaby (aka O2 XDA, Qtek 1010, T-Mobile MDA, Siemens SX-56)Familiar 
HTC Himalaya (aka O2 XDA II, Qtek 2020, T-Mobile MDA II)Familiar 
HTC UniversalLinux 
HTC MDA Vario II  NEW  Linux 
HTC MDA III  NEW  Novell/SuSE 9.2, Fedora Core 3German
HTC Hermes  NEW  LinuxFrench
HTC Touch Diamond  NEW  LinuxGerman
HTC Touch HD  NEW  Linux 
HTC G1  NEW  Linux, Android 
HTC G1 (T-Mobile)  NEW  Android 1.1German
HTC G1 (T-Mobile)  NEW  Linux 
HTC Magic  NEW  AndroidGerman
HTC Hero  NEW  AndroidGerman
HTC Hero (aka T-Mobile G2 Touch)  NEW  AndroidGerman

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SHR a GNU/Linux Based Operating System for SmartPhones

"SHR is a GNU/Linux based operating system for smartphones and similar mobile devices. It integrates various Free and Open Source Software projects into a versatile platform - flexible enough to run on a vast selection of mobile hardware such as the Freerunner Phone, Nokia N900, Palm Pre (and variants), T-Mobile G1, HTC HD2, iPhone 3Gs and more. SHR is based on OpenEmbedded and uses GNU/Linux at its core. It integrates the freesmartphone.org framework for telephony, networking, etc. and a user friendly garphical interface for phone calls, messaging and pim, based on Enlightenment libraries. A growing amount of available applications offers SHR users with web browsers, microblogging clients, games and everything else expected on a smartphone platform."

OpenMoko Port for HTC-Dream

HTC-Dream is a android based phone. Android is running on top of a Linux kernel. So we have basically no work to do using this kernel to boot an Openmoko userspace. This work is done.


desire-adhoc allows you to connect your HTC Desire smartphone to ad-hoc networks. It has been written specifically for the Desire and will not work on other models (unless they use the same network driver, in which case there might be a chance). It requires root access to your phone.


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