More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
T-Mobile USA Official HD2 Update Released
It has been a very interesting last two months for T-Mobile USA since the introduction of the HTC HD2 to their smartphone line-up. Mixed feelings have been the norm regarding both the device and the service provided by the company. However, this device is not safe from the grasp of our developers either and in an interesting turn of events, xda member xmoo released an official, leaked version of the the latest shipped rom (2.13) for this device. This update, according to HTC and T-Mobile is supposed to address stability issues as well as responsiveness and overall performance of the device. Having said that, as with any stock rom, there seems to be a myriad of issues (old ones and new ones), which are being discussed and worked on here at xda.
The good news about this is that we are bound to see many new roms built on the newer official base, which are bound to surpass the original and bring our devices closer to perfection.
Touch Screen is like 2.11 tho, so the scrolling kinda sucks. Till you figure out howto scroll
You can follow the rom discussion thread here.
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