POSTS TAGGED: HTC Desire
Posted October 6, 2010 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
XDA member lalexi posted about the release by HTC of the source code for the Desire Froyo MR 2.6.32 kernel.
FM radio, over clocking, camera bugs fixed, and many more things can now be tweaked/fixed. This is great news for devs and cooks as they can finally stop worrying about trying to find several of these fixes and focus on other more important aspect of development.
Originally posted by lalexi
[KERNEL] HTC Desire – Froyo MR – 2.6.32 kernel source code
Great news: It seams that HTC finally released the source code for the Desire Froyo kernel at developer.htc.com
Posted September 30, 2010 at 03:00 pm by ElCondor
XDA member ieftm and team has managed to develop an HBOOT image which disables NAND protection on the HTC Desire. This unlocks the /system and /recovery partitions, and allows for unsigned ZIP files to be installed, among a few other things. So, it basically allows for more development for the Desire. Please make sure to follow all instructions carefully, for there is a chance of bricking your device.
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Originally posted by AlphaRev
HTC implemented security on their newer generation phones. This flag, called @secuflag, controls whether your phone has
it’s NAND or flash unlocked. Most noticeably, S-ON (security on) will read-lock your /system and /recovery partition, to name a few. Also, secufla
Posted September 24, 2010 at 03:12 pm by egzthunder1
XDA member wuguohui109 comes bearing gifts as the dev has found a new leak for the Desire rom. Over the last week, we have had numerous spottings of this new and improved version of Froyo, which includes goodies such as an improved version of Sense. According to many devs in various sections of XDA, the new version of Froyo also comes loaded with fixes and improvements. Many users confirm this to be the case as there already are a few builds available for several devices including the HD2-Android port, the EVO, and more.
Take it for a spin and see what new sweet treats can be obtained from this new version.
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Here is RUU_Bravo_Froyo_HTCCN_CHS_2.26.1400.2_Radio_32.48. 00.32U_5.11.05.14_release_149807 for C
Posted September 22, 2010 at 06:00 am by mic_888
If you are running CyanogenMod on your HTC Desire and find the light sensor not automatically adjusting the brightness levels to your satisfaction, you can try applying this enhancement tweak.
XDA forum member sfjuocekr has been tweaking the settings for CyanogenMod on the Desire and has helpfully posted the new settings in the HTC Desire General forum.
Settings that can be adjusted includes the window length where when you walk into light, a smaller window length helps increase your device brightness more quickly in combination with a smaller reset threshold.
Posted August 5, 2010 at 06:00 pm by ElCondor
Many people face several problems with their Windows drivers when rooting their Android devices. Incompatible driver issues often cause problems flashing Android to the phones, or running rooting software.
To avoid this, some people use Ubuntu — for the people that don’t know it, Ubuntu is a Linux-based open-source operating system for your PC. Since Android is also based on Linux, the communication between these systems is a lot better. However, for the average Android user who has not much knowledge of ADB procedures and recovery installers, it is quite hard to root the phone using Ubuntu.
Posted July 26, 2010 at 02:13 pm by egzthunder1
In yet another turn of events, we learned in a thread started by XDA member Mokurex that HTC has announced that due to the short supply of AMOLED screens, they will be making a change in the production of devices. New batches of Nexus One and Desire will come equipped with SLCD (Super LCD) screens, according to Engadget. They claim that this switch will allow them to ramp up production rates to meet the demand from global markets.
The new panels will offer increased performance over traditional LCD displays, better color management, and most importantly, superior power management (better battery life).
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HTC is experiencing high-demand for many of our phones, specifically our phones with 3.7 inch displays. T
Posted July 15, 2010 at 12:00 pm by egzthunder1
We have seen many ports of different kinds to all of our Windows Mobile devices, but what about porting a different OS to Android? XDA member and legend mamaich has brought us two emulators for Android devices, which will allow Android users to boot Windows 95. Both QEMU and BOSCH are widely popular amongst the people who know how to use them, as they have been used in other projects to run different Windows versions in other devices.
While the project runs smoothly, there are improvements to be made. Unfortunately, mamaich mentioned that he will not continue development of these ports. However, he has shared all the sources and knowledge required for anyone with the right skills to pick up where he left off. Among . . . READ ON »
Posted July 15, 2010 at 12:00 am by ElCondor
Although the leaked Korean ROM doesn’t differ much from the standard FRF91 Froyo version, it does contain a new radio. This radio, version 32.41.00.32U_5.08.00.04, has been ripped from the original Korean ROM and is now available on the Nexus One forums, posted by XDA member G0belet. It might offer some new development possibilities for the HTC Desire as well. The new radio, which was also discovered in the Desire Froyo leak, could make it possible to hack the HTC Desire’s camera to record 720p videos, because the drivers in that specific radio are perfect for that. The 720p hack is already available on the Nexus One.
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Originally posted by G0belet
The new Korean ROM contains a new baseband firmwa
Posted July 14, 2010 at 06:00 pm by ElCondor
If you’re bored with the standard HTC Sense design, XDA developer b1oh4zard created this little mod which replaces the original Sense UI bottom bar with the Espresso bar design. The layout stays the same, as you can see in the picture: Programs-Phone-New Widget. The small mod should work on any rooted HTC Desire with HTC Sense.
Originally posted by b10h4zard
I´ve got it working now
first “mount /system” in adb and then:
adb push “directory of the file you loaded”/com.htc.resources.apk /system/framework
adb push “directoryof the file you loaded”/Rosie.apk /system/app/
ONLY for Sense Roms
v1 first Release
v1.1 fixed Delete Buttom in Bar
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