Friday, June 25, 2010

HTC HD2 - Android port inching closer

The HTC HD2, in my opinion, is the best phone one could ever have. But the only problem with it is its Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. With a dead OS like that it's a wonder why not many people befriend it. xda-developers managed to boot Android on it using HaRET (Handheld Reverse Engineering Tool), specifically, HaRET for QSD-8250, which is patched specifically for the HD2. The normal versions of HaRET causes the Snapdragon CPU to crash while HaRET QSD-8250 patched by Cotulla fixed this. It looks like a user-friendly Android for the HD2 might be in sight soon.

Via: xda-developers

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