Category Archives: Replicant
Since some progress was made lately, we decided to release a new set of images. The new features available in this release are mostly camera support for the Galaxy S2, accelerometers support for the Nexus S and Galaxy S2 and … Continue reading
We found out that on the Nexus S and the Galaxy S the modem could possibly spy the main CPU(where Replicant runs). We are currently trying to see if that can be fixed(by loosing about 80M of ram) or not. … Continue reading
As it was announced a few weeks ago, we are now releasing a new set of Replicant 2.3 images including Galaxy S support. Nexus S support was also improved, mainly on the modem part (there is now basic data support). … Continue reading
Back when we were just getting started with Nexus S, a lot of people asked us to add support for Galaxy S, which is a very popular Samsung device running Android. It was quite hard to handle porting multiple devices … Continue reading
Replicant web services are kindly hosted by the Oregon State University Open Source Lab. Recently, they asked us to consider switching from trac, which was powering our wiki and tracker, to redmine, another engine providing the same services. The reason … Continue reading
A few month ago, we (Replicant developers) decided to start the work on the new Google Nexus S. This device seemed an interesting target at first since it doesn’t have any technical restriction to flash a non-official operating system and … Continue reading
Welcome to the website of the Replicant Project! Replicant is a mobile operating system based upon Android that aims to be 100% free software. It is developed in collaboration between activist from LibrePlanet Italia and the Software Freedom Conservancy.