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LG TESTS WEBOS ON A NEXUS 5

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From the article located here: http://pivotce.com/2014/08/18/lg-tests-webos-on-a-nexus-5/

Here is something very interesting. If you are not sure what you are looking at, It’s the code repository of Open-webOS. That’s the code originally released by Hewlett Packard and developed by LG electronics. What it shows is webOS being tested on a Nexus 5.

Maybe a phone is in the works?

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From the article located here: http://pivotce.com/2014/08/18/lg-tests-webos-on-a-nexus-5/

Here is something very interesting. If you are not sure what you are looking at, It’s the code repository of Open-webOS. That’s the code originally released by Hewlett Packard and developed by LG electronics. What it shows is webOS being tested on a Nexus 5.

Maybe a phone is in the works?

and liberated link that says how to do it yourself on our mobile phone. pivotce visit. I'm for trying on mini galaxy s3

:D

enviado desde palm pre2

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