admin · Jan 15, 2011 at 10:15 am

HD2 Forum Reorganization (Mostly) Complete

Due to the wild popularity of the HTC HD2 and its ability to run not only Windows Mobile 6.5, but also Android, Windows Phone 7, Ubuntu, and MeeGo, we needed to do something to help organize the forums. Today, after a lot of forum moving and adding (which still has yet to be finished as we make some final decisions), we have a new structure of HD2 forums which should make it easier for you to navigate. As you can see, the HD2 forums are now broken down by operating system. Then, each operating system forum leads to the general forum, then additional sub-forums within a given section for sections like Q&A, development, and themes/apps. Here’s how it’s structured:

Might this be a sign of things to come for other forums? Maybe. As we typically do with any significant change to the site, we’ll watch and wait to see how XDA members respond to the changes. And of course, my door is always open should you want to PM me with feedback and suggestions.

A big thanks to the developers that tirelessly work to make our HD2’s fun and interesting, and to the users that bravely experiment with their devices, providing valuable feedback to developers. Also a thanks to the HTC HD2 forum mod, dharvey4651 and sirphunkee who helped to create the framework for this new forum structure and for helping to migrate posts.


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