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HTC Shipped Mango ROMs For A Bunch Of Devices
Here are some interesting news for Windows Phone 7 owners. XDA member Football has informed us that the final RTM Mango shipped ROM´s has been leaked for the following HTC devices:
- HTC 7 Trophy
- Verizon Trophy
- HTC 7 Pro
It´s getting hard for HTC to keep a close eye on their ROMs with the Mango update rolling on closer.
You have to be careful, as any devices with HSPL installed will be bricked if the ROM is installed. In the words of two experienced members You must NOT run RSPL / HSPL wizards if you have SPL 4.XX. If you flashed ANY of this roms, you MUST go back to OLDER version BEFORE running RSPL / HSPL. and 1:want flash rom need had RSPL/HSPL and delete SPL_signed.nbh 2:after flash rom CAN NOT flash RSPL/HSPL again
Please share your experiences with the rest.
Originally posted by Football
HTC Shipped Mango ROMs
Ok, Guys, here all mango htc shipped ROMs…
The ROMs build number is 7720.68 – the final RTM build.
Continue on to the ROM´s original thread.
Last minute entry: Here we have another link for the same ROM´s but this ones are unlocked by DFT
Thanks to dotcompt for the tip
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