ElCondor · May 15, 2010 at 04:26 am

Breaking News: Windows Phone 7 ROM for Upcoming HTC Device Surfaces

Seeing some videos of the new Windows Phone 7 and test driving the operating system through an emulator is nice and already gets the discussions and speculations flowing.

What most XDA-Developers followers really are waiting for is a full fledged ROM, that magically appears out of nothing.

Wait no more, because member 911sniper posted a Windows Phone 7 ROM from a HTC device named the HTC Mondrian.
The posting of the ROM is so fresh out the oven that at this point there’s not a lot of concrete information about either the device or the ROM itself. But it is certainly good news, knowing that developers and cooks are sharpening their knives to cut it to pieces and find out as much as possible about it.

Originally posted by 911sniper

Model: HTC Mondrian (Cingular USA)
AKU: WindowsMobile_7_AKU_6176
Language: 0409_WWE

Happy cooking!

At the moment it is clear that the known tools most chefs use, will not work without modifications. XDA developer and moderator Da_G already dumped the ROM with his currently private NBHImageTool which allows dumping unsigned ROMs.

If you’re dying to find out what the real low-down is on Microsoft’s operating system and HTC’s new device, head on over to the original thread to stay in the loop of the latest finds.
Make sure to keep an eye on the XDA-Portal, we will keep you updated with the latest information from the developers and chefs!

Update: Just to clear things up, the thread was moved to the Chef Central, but now is back in it’s original place. That was why the link didn’t work.

Originally written by News Writer Noonski


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