orb3000 · Jan 19, 2011 at 03:11 pm

HD2 Poll: What OS Are You Using as Your Daily Driver

The HTC HD2 (Leo) has become the most multi-operating system capable device ever made. It can run it´s native Windows Mobile but also Android in SD and NAND versions, Ubuntu, Meego, Windows 98/95, and recently Windows Phone 7 as well.
XDA member demaxmeister has created an interesting poll to find out what members preferences are regarding their daily preferred operating system running on Leo.
The options are quite different between each other and some still have some bugs, but all are running smooth on what is considered the preferred device by developers, which has become a “must have” if you are deep into mobile moding.
Please cast your vote and let´s see what is the most used OS by XDA members.
Also leaving a comment on our Portal will be greatly appreciated.
Latest results tells that the most widelly used till now is NAND Android followed by Windows Phone 7 and in third place Stock Windows Mobile…

Originally posted by demaxmeister
What OS are you using as your daily driver?

Hi,

I was just curious about which OS is used the most, and which OS is used the least. Please submit your vote, so we can get an as accurate as possible picture. By Daily driver I mean which OS you’re using right now to text, call and just use for your daily life.

A short list of the options and their definitions:

Stock Windows Mobile 6.5.x – You’re using the stock rom that came with the device, or an official update.

Custom Windows Mobile 6.5.x – You’ve flashed a custom rom like Energy rom. Chances are you’re changing the rom on a regular basis.

Android SD/RAM – You’re running Android old school from your SD card, or you’re using a RAM build.

Android NAND – You’re using the latest and greatest NAND (Internal memory) build(s) out there!

Windows Phone 7 – You’re loyal to Microsoft and decided to flash Redmond’s latest and greatest.

Ubuntu – You decided a mobile OS just wasn’t good enough, and you gave your HD2 a full desktop/netbook experience! Unlikely you’re using this on a daily basis though

MeeGo – You’re using MeeGo. I’m not sure if it’s possible, as it hasn’t been released yet, but it’s worth a shot.

Continue to vote in the poll thread.


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