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MAGLDR 1.13 for HD2 Released!
XDA developer Cotulla, who is well known for being one of the members that always brings us amazing stuff, presents the update 1.13 of MAGLDR, which is the famous boot loader for HTC Leo / HD2 to direct the operating system boot to your desired OS. On the newest version, we can find added support for Android Recovery, added support for raw boot partition format, fixed USBMassStorage data lost on big transfers, and fixed Power-Off-Cable-Plug-Stop. Both versions of Leo are supported: LEO512 and LEO1024.
The developer also gave us great news! Future versions will come with Windows Mobile 6.5 NAND boot with any rom and Windows Mobile 6.5 NAND boot with special designed roms for MAGLDR boot, so stay tunned!
Proceed with caution and please leave feedback.
Originally posted by Cotulla
[DFT]MAGLDR 1.13 released! [AD RECOV support added]
After long (about 4 months) under awful developing, DFT proudly presents MAGLDR bootloader – The first bootloader with built-in Tetris!
LEO512 and LEO1024 are supported both.
MAGLDR doesn’t replace OSPL/HSPL. It runs in the chain after. So it’s safe to install and remove it.
V1.11 fixed “GO GO GO stuck issue”.
V1.12 added WPH support.
V1.13 added AD Recovery support, fixed few bugs.
You need radio which support 576 RAM.
Run ROMUpdateUtility.exe and install it.
“Boot AD SD” – boots android from SD card.
zImage and initrd.gz loaded from directory selected via “AD SD Dir” menu.
rel_path=%ADSDDIR% added to kernel command line.
Continue to the boot-loader original thread.
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