It often takes a community to come up with modifications and changes that will affect a particular device positively after the manufacturer failed to listen to its customers, and that’s what happened with Google’s Nexus One handset. A developer decided to take things into his own hands by modifying the Android 2.1 operating system to enable multitouch capability on the Nexus One browser. There is a downside to this hack though – you will lose all your bookmarks and browser settings on the initial run, while a bigger drawback would be the possibility of having the phone’s warranty declared null and void. Are those the prices that you are willing to pay? To know more about the Nexus One and what we think of it, read our in-depth review.
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