TheRomMistress · Mar 21, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Complete Guide To Installing NAND Android On HD2

When you are new to flashing phones, it can be frustrating to search through multiple threads just to find all the information you need in order to proceed. Even after reading for hours, you still might find yourself confused, asking “Where do I go from here?” XDA member gunjahman has compiled an in-depth, step by step guide on how to properly flash NAND Android on your HD2.

For each step, he has provided a list of prerequisites and then goes into detail what steps need to be taken in order to obtain those prerequisites. He has created three different guides all in the same thread, in order to help you accomplish a complete install of Android on your HD2.

How to Install NAND Android on HTC HD2 with ClockWorkMod Recovery

Prerequisites

HSPL3 ~ SPL-2.08.HSPL
Radio that support 576 RAM (ex. radio ROM 2.15)
DFT MAGLDR Bootloader
ClockworkMod Recovery

Make sure that you have all the prerequisites installed.
STEPS:
A: Install HSPL3
B: Install radio ROM 2.15
C: Install MAGLDR on HTC HD2
D: ClockworkMod Recovery
E: NAND Android on HTC HD2 with ClockWorkMod Recovery

How to Install NAND Android on HTC HD2 WITHOUT ClockWorkMod Recovery

Prerequisites

  • HSPL3 ~ SPL-2.08.HSPL
  • Radio that support 576 RAM (ex. radio ROM 2.15)
  • DFT MAGLDR Bootloader


Make sure that you have all the prerequisites installed.

STEPS:
A: Install HSPL3
B: Install radio ROM 2.15
C: Install MAGLDR on HTC HD2
D: Install NAND Android on HTC HD2

FLASHING A NEW NAND ANDROID ROM OVER A PREVIOUS ONE (without clockwork)

The last guide holds no prerequisites, simply follow the instructions contained in the post.

For detailed instructions, click on the title of each guide or simply click here for the original thread.


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