Breaking: MAGLDR for the HD2: Boot Directly to Android!
Are you dreaming of booting your HD2 directly to Android? Get back into reality – it is possible now! The DFT, a team of Android and Windows Phone 7 developers and coders, has managed to create a hack which allows you to skip the boot into Windows Mobile and boot directly to Android.
The hack is called MAGLDR. Based on this hack, they also created a NAND ROM for testing purposes. Other developers can develop ROMs based on this MAGLDR, so we expect that there will be more ROMs like this one.
Can’t wait? Jump directly to the MAGLDR thread or the ROM thread.
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