HD2 NAND Section Open for Business
It seems that our dev’s year end gifts got people a bit too excited. If you thought that you would not be able to live for another minute with WM running in the background of your beloved HD2, then you probably woke to a nice surprise when you read that NAND flashing was possible on the HD2. Because the flood gates of development were busted wide open and a much expected wave of activity is being seen over the last few days, our administration team has decided to split Android development on the HD2 one more time. This place, the NAND dev work has earned its own playpen. This was done as to avoid confusion and to prevent posts in the wrong threads regarding flashing procedures and such.
So, if you are happy that you will finally be able to get rid of WM and would like to see all of the wonderful work centralized in a single place, or maybe if you are a chef and are willing to share your work with others, make sure that you visit the HD2 Android NAND area.
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