Gingerbread Ported to HTC HD2
As if this were to be a big surprise, XDA Member m-deejay has ported Gingerbread to the HTC HD2. It is based on the Nexus One AOSP source and is Android 2.3.1. To flash this, you should have prior knowledge of booting Android on your HTC HD2 in order to be able to flash this ROM. This is the current Changelog:
– 3G / Data
– 720p PLAYBACK
Not Working (In progress):
– GPS (?need test?)
– Contacts sync (need fresh GAPPS)
– Auto backlight
– Fixed root
– Fixed G-Sensor
– drocap works
– Other minor fixes
– Added gapps
– Fixed Wi-Fi DHCP
It seems like it could almost be a daily build on your device if you can live without a few things like Camera and Contact Sync. So, what are you waiting for? Go grab that USB cable and your HD2, then checkout the discussion thread so you can run Gingerbread onto your HD2.
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