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|Company / developer||R2DoesInc, T3hh4xxor Team|
|Programmed in||C (core), C++ (some third party libraries), Java (UI)|
|Source model||Free and open source software|
|Marketing target||Firmware replacement for Android mobile devices|
|Update method||Stable releases with nightlies delivered via God Mode|
|Kernel type||Monolithic (modified Linux kernel)|
|Default user interface||Modified Launcher2|
|License||Apache 2 and GPL v2|
OMFGB (Oh My Fucking GingerBread) is an aftermarket firmware for many Android smartphones. It aims to improve upon standard AOSP (Android Open Source Project) firmware with various modifications such as "God Mode". OMFGB was developed and maintained by R2DoesInc thin mint team.
Development originally began in late 2010 before the Gingerbread source code became available on android.git.kernel.org. R2Doesinc had started with a Gingerbread SDK port. Soon after, Linuxmotion and Xoomdev joined the team. On August 22, 2011 Romanbb officially joined the team as a full-time and active developer. The core focus of the project is to improve upon the AOSP project while remaining as close to the stock Google Android experience as possible.
- T-Mobile theme engine support
- Custom launcher settings
- Customizable lockscreens
- Customizable status bar icons
- The OMFGB Addons app
God Mode is an application that allows for OMFGB users to install the latest nightly (unstable) release of OMFGB and install other addons. It also is a settings panel for various customisations of the device. God Mode is one notable application that differentiates OMFGB from AOSP source.
OMFGB currently supports eleven devices which receive nightly builds.
- Droid Incredible (Verizon)
- Droid Incredible 2 (Verizon)
- Evo 4G (Sprint)
- Droid Eris (Verizon) and Hero (Sprint)
- Thunderbolt (Verizon)
- "Licenses". Android Open Source Project. Open Handset Alliance. Retrieved 15 Sept 2010.
- "R2DoesInc Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 7 September 2011.
- DroidLife. "Droid Life". Droid Life. Retrieved 15 Jan 2011.
- "Evo Review". TechNuetrality. Retrieved 15 Jan 2011.
- "OMFBot DroidX". Twitter. Retrieved 31 Jan 2011.
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