BRAVIA Engine Ported For The HD2
The HTC HD2 truly is a remarkable device. Over the last two years, we have seen it take on various challenges that have prolonged its life expectancy far longer than anyone would have guessed. Well, there seems to be room for improvement because the BRAVIA Engine for the Sony Experia family has been successfully ported over to the Leo. If you are not certain about what the Bravia Engine actually is or does, you can find a quick video demonstration here. However, the basic premise is that this will greatly enhance your viewing experience on the device thanks to various effects that greatly increase the quality of the images that you ate looking at on the screen. This feat was accomplished by the hard work of XDA member tin2404, who has provided clear instructions on how to get this installed on the HD2.
Please follow the instructions and share your feedback with the dev and the rest of the community regarding your newly improved device.
So, I spent some time with that issue studing Xperia ROMS and recompile and rewrite some “things” and result of various testes is here.
Bravia Engine now does work on HD2.
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