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ChuckyROM and Kitchen Released
Part of the heart and soul here at XDA is the ROM cooking ability for our devices. For this purpose, we have very dedicated chefs who put a lot of time and effort into making our devices half decent and usable. The latest device to be receiving an extra dose of attention from a lot of chefs (both new and old) is the HD2.
Now, xda member birkoffsjunk has released a new version of his ROM, along with a little tool that many of our members are familiar with… a kitchen. That’s right! If you happen to not like something in this fantastic release, the chef is giving you permission to use his tools to cook it again with whatever changes you want to add to make the device truly reflect your personality and cooking skills.
Windows Mobile 6.5x (UC capable)
- BASE ROM version: 2.10.1WWE TMOUS Compatible
- Pagepool 20MB
- Free Storage: 290-300 MB (approx)
* ChuckyROMs Requires 576MB RAM Enabled Radio *
- SYS 21903, 23116, 23568 + SYS 21653 (Kitchen Only)
- Album 3.2.2013.2625 OEM2.11
- Chainfire HD2 3D Driver Patch 2.0
- Hotfix LEO 8733
- NEW GTX Sense + CHT 1.7.1, CHTE 22.214.171.124
- Firestorm Iconset – Main icon theme
- Colour Notification Icons
- Anastasia Icons – Filling gaps in main theme
- GTX 6.5.x Theme V2 – Frankensteined
- GTX 6.5 Theme – Frankensteined
- GTX HelveticaNeue Font
- GTX Bootscreen, Backgrounds
- Livven Lockscreen GTX WVGA
For downloads or to follow the development, you can visit the application thread.
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