Even before playing with the new Android phone, the T-Mobile G1, I knew that I would need to be able to take screenshots of the phone itself. Using a digital camera to capture screens externally just wasn't going to cut it. Because the Android platform is open (and now, open source), I really didn't expect this to be a problem. If anything, I thought there would be a way to take screenshots...
While the rest of us have to wait until October 22 to get the first Android phone (though rumors are that users that pre-ordered for mail delivery might get them early), our lucky colleagues over at Engadget have been using and evaluating the G1 for several days. The hardware portion of the review is here, but since this is Download Squad, we're really intereste in the software. Here are the...
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