ElCondor · Oct 2, 2010 at 11:00 am

Desire Z ROM Ported to HD2

While the Desire HD ROM port was well received and is now available for many devices, XDA developer m-deejay presents us a port from the Desire Z ROM to the HTC HD2, hot from the oven.
Although many features are the same, the developer states that the ROM is much faster than the Desire HD ROM. Unlike the Desire HD ROM, this ROM also contains a working compass and call menu. One disadvantage of this version is that the camera isn’t working yet. Remember that this is version 1.0, so we expect even better versions coming soon.

Originally posted by m-deejay

Based on Official final ROM Desire Z (Vision) 1.22.405.1

News in 1.0:
First Release / Build
VERY FAST & STABLE! (faster than Desire HD ROM)
Lastest libs from gauner1986
Lastest haret.exe

Want to try it out? Continue on to the ROM thread.


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