POSTS TAGGED: HTC Desire HD
Posted December 6, 2011 at 12:48 pm by Will Verduzco
As we’ve stated in the past, one of the highlights of the Android OS is how it allows you to customize almost every aspect to your every whim. Often times, however, you wish to change more than the superficial by delving into the world of radio, bootloader, recovery, and splash screen modification. Assuming you have already achieved S-Off status on your device, XDA forum member danward brings us the perfect tool for your hacking needs.
Assuming you have USB debugging enabled and have the appropriate hboot drivers installed, Android Flasher allows you to flash these previously difficult-to-flash areas in just a couple of clicks. The Windows-based app currently works on the following HTC phones: D. . . READ ON »
Posted November 28, 2011 at 08:22 am by Sam Caplat
Ice Cream Sandwich ports are highly sought after, given the hype and price of the phone that runs it. However, providing there is support behind development, there is every chance you can run it on your device. This article is here to list the current ICS ports on our most popular forums and their individual stages in progress. Should your device not be listed below, you can always visit your device’s development forum on XDA and search for any ROMs listed with “Ice Cream Sandwich”. Check out our list! . . . READ ON »
Posted November 18, 2011 at 01:32 pm by Will Verduzco
Google’s Mobile Product Manager Hugo Barra recently stated that the company had no plans to update the Nexus One to Ice Cream Sandwich, citing that the handset was simply too old to run the newer operating system. Many users felt unnecessarily abandoned, believing that a former flagship device under 2 years old could hardly be considered “too old” for updates. Having used a Nexus One as my primary device for eight months, the news made my heart sink ever so slightly.
Ironically enough, the first ICS SDK-port for the Nexus One actually had already appeared four days earlier. However, as is the case with the majority of SDK-ports, the lack of hardware acceleration made things dreadfully sl. . . READ ON »
Posted September 15, 2011 at 03:00 am by orb3000
If you have an HTC Desire HD / Inspire 4G this may be of your liking. XDA member Euphorie made some versions of the App drawer/Rosie transparent. This mod will work on the Android Revolution 6.1.0 ROM and can be found in three different versions:
– 5×5 Appdrawer + 75% transparency background
– 5×5 App Drawer + 75% transparency background + no scroll stops
– 75% transparency background + no scroll stops
The developer is also open if you have any special background transparency percentage request.
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Originally posted by Euphorie
since he_stheone64 posted some nice guides for Rosie and FInixNOver made some exciting mods. So i made some transparency ve
Posted September 14, 2011 at 04:01 pm by orb3000
It seems HTC is very active this month as we have seen the announcements regarding several new Android devices such as the Bliss, the Sensation XE (Europe only for now), and Runnymede. Talking about the latter, we have interesting news.
Based on XDA Recognized Developer capychimp´s work, XDA member proxuser presents the first Runnymede Sense 3.5 Android 2.3.5 ROM for the HTC Desire S. This version of Sense 3.5 is different from what we have seen on ROMs based on the Bliss leak, which it was like a transition step into this new Sense.
This version is based on the WWE RUU 0.82.401.1 and just like with any first version, some bugs are expected. Sure we will see more devices with Runnymede ROM´s pop out on the followi. . . READ ON »
Posted September 14, 2011 at 12:00 am by Will Verduzco
Not too long ago, we covered the glorious effects of combining Android love with XDAddiction. That hardware modification was both glorious and extremely classy. However, what is one to do if (s)he prefers glossier finishes? After stripping paint and polishing metal, XDA forum member mynthix has found out!
Though the Chrome Desire HD has garnered a much more polarized response than the previously linked HD2 mod, this has sparked others in the the thread to follow suit and share images of their customized creations! One such forum member, xTremePower, shared his polishing technique:
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for this, I used :
sand papers : P220 –> P600 —> P2500
after I used “Belgom Alu”
Posted September 2, 2011 at 10:22 am by orb3000
This has been a very busy week in terms of HTC news and to finish it, lucky owners of HTC Desire HD and Inspire can now enjoy the first custom ROM loaded with Sense 3.5. XDA Recognized Developer capychimp, responsible for bringing you the first ROM with fully working Sense 3.0, amazes us again with the latest installment of HTC’s famous Sense UI. This ROM is based on Bliss WWE RUU 1.10.401.0 Android 2.3.4.
This is the first release and some bugs are expected but as with other releases, you just need to give it some time for it to be fully functional. Please let the developer know about your experience with the ROM by leaving your feedback.
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Originally posted by capychimp
This rom is based on Bliss WWE ruu
no chinese l
Posted July 19, 2011 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
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We have seen the HTC Desire HD as the successor of the legendary HTC Leo, and now it is really following the steps taken by its predecessor. XDA member michyprima shows how to dual boot by a “simple” C-written executable which will start at your device boot waiting for you to make a choice of the desired ROM. In other words, Dual Boot lets you to have 2 Android installed ROM´s, one on NAND, and the other on your SD card. The developer mentions that if you intend to boot Sense ROM´s you must choose a Sense Kernel. No-Sense ROM´s will be able to boot with th. . . READ ON »
Posted July 5, 2011 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
When HTC released their 1.72.405.3 OTA update for the HTC Desire HD, it could not be rooted and many people got stuck with the stock ROM. Now, thanks to XDA member CuBz90 we have a downgrade method. After this process, you can use any root (+ S-OFF) method you want, your device will be just like any other Desire HD with older build version. Downgrading will completely reset your device to factory defaults, so remember to back up.
The whole process is delicate, so be sure to know what you are doing before proceeding.
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Originally posted by CuBz90
Here is a guide to downgrade from 2.37 [100% Confirmed]
Special thanks to har0ld for guiding me through this
1. Create a Goldcard (I strongly recommend using the Goldcard Helper