orb3000 · Aug 6, 2011 at 06:00 pm

DFT Released HSPL / RSPL for HTC WP7 First Generation Devices

Good news for the owners of HTC devices equipped with Windows Phone 7. XDA member Cotulla, well known for his many achievements along with Dark Forces Team, released RSPL / HSPL for first generation HTC WP7 devices . With this tool, we can expect developers and Chefs to start making custom ROMs based on Microsoft’s new operating system. As this is a first release, the following HTC devices are the only ones supported:

Gold
Mozart
Mondrian
Spark
Schubert

Please be aware that the current release only supports a limited number of MID´s (ModelID), so before proceeding you mus be sure that your device is among the following supported MIDs:

Gold: “PC92****”, “PC921000”
Mozart: “MOZA1000”, “PD67****”, “PD671000”, “PD671200”
Mondrian: “PD26****”, “PD261000”, “PD261100”
Spark: “PC401000”
Schubert: “PD29****”, “PD291000”, “PD291100”

The developer warns that this release does NOT support GoldC (Arrive) and SparkW (Trophy Verizon). Do not use this tool if you have one of this models, otherwise you may end up with a bricked device.

Please leave your feedback.

Originally posted by Cotulla
DarkForcesTeam
proudly presents RSPL / HSPL
for phones HTC WP7 First Generation.

(Short name is “WP7F”)
This is first big step to customization and community development for these devices.
This release supports 5 languages: WWE, GER, RUS, CHS, CHT.

Read the next few messages for more information.
This release supports this WP7F devices:

*Gold (HTC Pro 7,T7575)
*Mozart (HD3,T8697,T8698,T8699)
*Mondrian (Surround,T8788)
*Spark (Trophy,T8686)
*Schubert (HD7, T9292,T9295,T9296)

Most of these devices have several MIDs (ModelID, looks like “PC921000”).
Current release supports only some limited number of MIDs. This was designed to minimize possible harm to user’s devices.

Continue on to the application thread to find out more.


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