HoneyStreak HD7 for Dell Streak 7 moves to Release Candidate 3

Honeystreak If you're the proud owner of a Dell Streak 7 anxiously awaiting the full release of DJ_Steve's Honeycomb 3.1, you'll be pleased to know that day is inching ever closer. His foray into the world of Honeycomb was recently moved to Release Candidate 3. Barring any other outstanding bugs or issues that need to be corrected, there's a good chance that this build could soon be known by another name: version 1.0.

If you, like myself, wanted to flash one of the earlier builds of HoneyStreak HD7 (previously known as StreakDroid7 HD), but were too afraid of damaging your Streak 7, now seems like a good time to get started. 

DJ_Steve also seems to have simplified the flashing process. No command prompt is neccessary with this one, as he's moved all the commands into a .bat file to automate the flashing and make it easy as pie. While there is no overclock as of yet, performance is reported to be "insane," according to Steve, and like all StreakDroid builds, HoneyStreak is rooted.

Anyone who wants to try out the third Release Candidate build of HoneyStreak should read over the instructions and then grab the .zip at the link below.

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Alex Winzenread

Alex Winzenread is a former editor at StreakSmart, which was merged into Pocketables in 2012. He has been writing in creative writing competitions since 2009 and has always been writing for leisure. In October 2010, he got his first smartphone and was instantly smitten. His hacking and modding obsession had officially begun.

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