So you own a Dell Streak 7 and have more or less done just about anything and everything you ever wanted on it, save for taking the unofficial route where the operating system is concerned. Fret not – you can now explore the naughtier and cheekier side of you with news of an unofficial Android Honeycomb build for the Streak 7 being released.
Aptly called the HoneyStreak HD7, this is made possible thanks to popular developer DJ Steve. Needless to say, since this is not an official build, that does not mean it will not have its own set of issues – after all, the whole source code for Android 3.x Honeycomb is not yet available fully to developers.
Proceed with caution if you have a curious cat to kill, and this is especially meant for those who are looking forward to see just what Android 3.2 Honeycomb is able to deliver on the diminutive Streak 7.
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