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1st Gen Mango 7713 Custom ROM For HTC Windows Phone 7 Specific Devices
Many great news are coming for Windows Phone 7, and we start with a great one coming from XDA member mwang, who is well known for previous multi device Windows Mobile ROM´s.
Mango 7713 Custom ROM for HTC WP7 First Generation devices is the second big step towards customization brought by DarkForces Team. The ROM is already unlocked so you can enjoy installing any applications available for Mango builds, and it´s presented in 22 languages. Supported devices to date are:
– Gold (HTC Pro 7,T7575)
– Mozart (HD3,T8697,T8698,T8699)
– Mondrian (Surround,T8788)
– Spark (Trophy,T8686)
– Schubert (HD7, T9292,T9295,T9296)
The developer warns that this ROM will not update new versions via Zune but they are working on a solution.
Try it out and make sure that you leave some feedback.
Originally posted by mwang
proudly presents Frist Mango 7713 Build Custom ROM for HTC WP7 First Generation
This is 2nd big step to customization ROM for HTC WP7 First Generation devices from DarkForcesTeam.
This is First Custom ROM for all HTC operator devices which support by RSPL/HSPL operator,you can flash any time after you install our RSPL/HSPL.
This release [DFT Freedom ROM] supports 22 languages which is
Continue on to the ROM thread to learn more.
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