egzthunder1 · Jan 7, 2011 at 09:41 am

HTC Mecha RUU Leaked!

It really didn’t take too long, did it? XDA members and hackers are known for coming back with tons of goodies from shows like CES, which is taking place in Vegas as we speak. In this case, XDA member TMartin03 has linked us to the RUU for the upcoming HTC Mecha aka Thunderbolt aka Incredible HD (may have an extra alias or two floating around, but you get the point). In any case, this is a brand new rom, so we will probably find out soon enough what goodies will be packed with Verizon’s new 4G device.

This will likely allow chefs to use yet another new rom as a base for more stable work released and ported to other devices.

The RUU for the HTC Thunderbolt/Mecha/Incredible HD, for your downloading pleasure…..Thanks to 911sniper.

You can find more information in the original thread.

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