These are the android phones we have available for testing. Talk to email@example.com if you need access to one of these. All of these devices are rooted.
- Motorola Droid (Verizon) - Nice, crappy phone that's still capable of running Fennec. 550MHz processor, 256MB RAM. Android 2.1. When you first boot it up, you will presented with a screen that asks you to activate, just tap the back button to get back to the main lock screen. If for some reason you do a factory reset, you'll get a screen with an Android on it saying tap to continue. Instead of tapping the android, tap the 4 corners of the screen and you'll be able to continue without activating.
- AT&T Impulse (Re-branded Huawei U8800) - 800MHz processor, 512MB RAM. Android 2.2.
- Samsung Captivate (AT&T Galaxy S variant) - 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM. Android 2.2. Decent hardware crippled by a horrible, horrible filesystem.
- Samsung Infuse (AT&T) - 1.2GHz processor, 512MB RAM (successor to the Galaxy S). Android 2.2. Good hardware also crippled by a horrible, horrible filesystem.
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM. Android 3.1. Samsung continues its odd filesystem by doing some userspace filesystem implementation to simulate having an sdcard, but who knows if it's as bad as RFS in their older devices.
- HTC Vivid (sworkman) - 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with HTC Sense 3.0. Some bugs (inc. 694325) seem to have been affected either by Sense UI or HTC's own bundling of Android (in 694325's case, HTC's libc seems to be different to standard Android).