Runnymede+Rhyme Android 2.3.5 Sense 3.5 ROM For HD2
HTC HD2 is still being the device with most operating systems running on it. Even with all the dual core processor devices popping up, the Leo is still a strong contender. This time, XDA member boxmax shows a freshly created ROM based on a Runnymede Build booting on HD2 -SD Version- with modding MixTheme by XDA member MccMjoon76.
Even more, the themes that come along on the original thread are well suited for giving this great UI its final touches.
This build is based on HTC Bliss WWE 1.10.401.0 and has some bugs around but with your feedback, future versions will be improved.
Originally posted by boxmax
1- build : HTC Bliss WWE 1.10.401.0 ( android 2.3.4 SENSE 3.5) .
2- kernel: JW 2.1
3- Working ( Making call,WiFi,Data3g,GPS,USB, Album ,Music player,Leds,SD Card,Gallery New, Camera, youtube , play 720p, camcorder, Add miui Camera ).
4- Not Working ( BT , ,HTC Wall, Skin preview, FM Radio )
5- Deodex ( App & Framework ) + Zipalign ( All .apk ) .
6- Available languages : WWE . Fix Full Arabic very thanks to madmack
7- incloded 1GB DATA.
8- Rooted & Superuser
9- In call volume is Loud
Continue on to the original thread to find more information.
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