How to Activate Your Windows Phone 7/HD2 Live Services
If you have an HTC HD2 you may know about the greatest news of the week. We now have the chance to have Windows Phone 7 running smoothly on our Leo, but what about live services? Thanks to XDA member ceesheim, we have now a complete guide to make it work. The guide includes a toolkit with full instructions thanks to XDA member CRACING, also you can find an explanatory video on the original thread.
After following the instructions, you will be able to use live services. The original poster mentions that you need to do the unlock/reg hack to make it think its a HD7 or else it will never download anything from market place.
If wifi isn’t working on the HD2, remove the sd card and try another.
Be warned this is a delicate process and will void your warranty, so proceed with caution.
Originally posted by ceesheim
[Confirmed working]HowTo actvate your wp7/HD2 Live services.
thanks to CRACING for making a toolkit.
all app’s and a quick howto are in the toolkit.
Continue reading on the original thread.
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