While Quasseldroid is in an early stage of development, it already can be used to chat. Just expect some rough edges and be careful if you have a limited mobile internet plan ;)
These builds are from me and in no way official or releases. I just build them from the github repo and provide them for others to download:
- Motorola Milestone ( Android 2.3.2 CM7-rc2 ) - tested by brot
- Motorola Defy ( Android 2.1 ) - tested by brot
- HTC Desire (Android 2.2 ) - tested by pennywise
- Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro (Android 2.1) - tested by pixelma
- ZTE Blade (Android 2.3.2 CM7 (nightly 6) )- tested by AlexP
- HTC Desire HD (Android 2.2.1)- tested by vop
- Acer liquid metal s120(Android 2.2.1)- tested by Tina
- Samsung Galaxy S i9000 (Android 2.2.x) - tested by summel
- HTC Desire Z (Android 2.3.2 CM7 nightly) - tested by Radix
How to install
- ensure you enabled “allow untrusted sources” somewhere in the options of android
- download the .apk
- open a file manager (astro for example) and search the file. then, wonder why it is named .zip
- rename the file to .apk
- open it, and install
- if you installed Quasseldroid the first time, you have to add a core. use the option key to open the “manage core” dialog
- somehow, updating does not work - so you have to remove and reinstall it every time.
- if the connection fails (timeout, no internet, wrong username/password) quasseldroid may segfault. ensure everything is correct and retry.
- connecting and backlog fetching takes some time, so it is wise to try it while on wifi.