Auto-Start Android at WM Boot on Your HD2
If you’re ready to take the plunge and run Android as your choice of day to day OS on your HTC HD2, then perhaps you would like to automatically start Android at Windows Mobile boot?
This was exactly the thought of XDA forum member GavTheStoner, and the dev has written a small app, DroidBoot to do just that.
The .cab file installs the app to Program Files/DroidBoot. It also creates a reg entry to autostart the app which launches ClrCad.exe and HaRET.exe at boot if found. If HaRET.exe does not exist on Storage Card/ or in Storage Card/Android the app will exit and Windows Mobile will start as normal.
If you wish to boot Windows Mobile, all you need to do is eject the SD before boot.
To download the cab file, and provide feedback, check out the application thread.
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