How To Install A Honeycomb ROM On HTC Flyer 32Gb
This week has started off rather busy in terms of news for being labour day. And now we have a how-to guide by XDA member globatron, who informed us about this complete guide for installing Android Honeycomb on the HTC Flyer.
According to the source, this guide has only been tested on a Euro WWE 32GB 3G Flyer, but it may work on other configurations as well. The ROM is completely stock and if you have all the necessary files, you can revert back to Gingerbread if needed. Please be sure to know how to proceed before starting as this may damage your device.
Please let us know about your experience with Honeycomb on your Flyer.
Originally posted by globatron
Honeycomb Leak install
Please pay special attention to the “health warnings” This is NOT a general user procedure.
WIFI and WIFI + 3G flyer
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