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Guide: How to Flash your First NAND Android ROM to your HD2
Yesterday, MAGLDR was released together with the very first NAND Android ROM, capable of booting directly to Android instead of having to launch the Haret in Windows Mobile.
Even though the developers (DFT) added some guidelines, a very detailed guide wasn’t available yet. XDA moderator mskip decided to put everything in one place and created a thread containing every step and every requirement in order to flash your first NAND Android ROM to your HD2.
Originally posted by mskip
I wrote this thread for users who need more newb friendly instructions on flashing a NAND Android Rom to their phones.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE READ THE FAQ BEFORE POSTING!!
We understand that this thread will come in very handy for novice users, and we expect it will certainly attract a lot of those users. In order to keep everything clean in the thread, we would like to repeat mskip’s request: Please read the FAQ and the instructions very carefully before posting.
Ready to start flashing? Continue to the thread!
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