Now here’s something odd. It seems Google have left traces of Android Gingerbread within their tablet-optimized OS, Honeycomb. This was discovered by a hacker who was messing around with his settings, and by setting his LCD Density to over 160, managed to get his Honeycomb tablet into Gingerbread mode.

Gingerbread Inside

Gingerbread Inside

Obviously, this can’t be of much practical use to anyone, but it’s certainly a very strange uncovering. No one has the faintest idea about the reasons Google might’ve had for this move, or why such a simple tweak could uncover it. If you want to try it out yourself, you’ll have to root your tablet and use an app called LCD Density for Root and change the density level.

Either way, you can check out the video below.


via Engadget

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