POSTS TAGGED: HTC Leo
Posted November 30, 2011 at 07:43 am by orb3000
It seems the unstoppable HTC HD2 aka Leo keep giving us surprises, and now it takes a giant leap ahead of other devices with hardware acceleration fix. XDA member Ankuch on Android SD and XDA member michie on NAND ROM variant presents this version based on Nexus One’s AOSP Ice Cream Sandwich, and promises that the ROM is even faster than Gingerbread.
By now almost everything is working except for USB Mass Storage and camera but sure following updates will include fixes for that. It is important for developers to know about your feedback, this way all bugs you find can be corrected so please participate.
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Originally posted by michie
I compiled a mix between ankuch’s SD build and Tytung’s NAND bui
Posted March 12, 2011 at 06:00 am by Will Verduzco
Posted January 19, 2011 at 03:11 pm by orb3000
The HTC HD2 (Leo) has become the most multi-operating system capable device ever made. It can run it´s native Windows Mobile but also Android in SD and NAND versions, Ubuntu, Meego, Windows 98/95, and recently Windows Phone 7 as well.
XDA member demaxmeister has created an interesting poll to find out what members preferences are regarding their daily preferred operating system running on Leo.
The options are quite different between each other and some still have some bugs, but all are running smooth on what is considered the preferred device by developers, which has become a “must have” if you are deep into mobile moding.
Please cast your vote and let´s see what is the most used OS by XDA members. . . READ ON »
Posted January 15, 2011 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
For those new members on xda-developers, perhaps you don´t know about the work of XDA member Laurentius26. He has over 5 years of cooking experience for several devices. He started cooking for the Universal and worked together with XDA member Beasty. Their joint efforts were very important to pull Universal into Windows Mobile 6 and later 6.1. After that, some newer Chefs continued the work of Laurentius26, who had moved on to cook for the HD2.
Orb3000: Hi Laurentius26, thanks a lot for giving us this interview. First, I would like to ask you about the early times on XDA, when cooking was something that only few people were working at, when mobile world was much less crowded. How was your experience on those e. . . READ ON »
Posted January 14, 2011 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
If you have an HTC HD2 you may know about the greatest news of the week. We now have the chance to have Windows Phone 7 running smoothly on our Leo, but what about live services? Thanks to XDA member ceesheim, we have now a complete guide to make it work. The guide includes a toolkit with full instructions thanks to XDA member CRACING, also you can find an explanatory video on the original thread.
After following the instructions, you will be able to use live services. The original poster mentions that you need to do the unlock/reg hack to make it think its a HD7 or else it will never download anything from market place.
If wifi isn’t working on the HD2, remove the sd card and try another.
Be warned this is a delicate pr. . . READ ON »
Posted January 14, 2011 at 09:00 am by orb3000
As you may know, the new operating system was ported to HTC Leo a couple of days ago, the work was done by an elite team of developers that is responsible for some of the biggest and most important achievements in mobile world; some of them also respected members in XDA.
Yesterday, and thanks to the help of XDA member Laurentius26, I finally installed Windows Phone 7. I will talk here about my personal non professional experience with WP7 installed on my HTC Leo so far…
Installation: After doing a few easy steps, with a couple of re-starts… I got it installed. After completing the installation, a nice new welcome animation will amaze you as it did to me.
Very first impressions: The screen is neat and all . . . READ ON »
Posted October 10, 2010 at 12:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Although it was created some time ago, XDA member zzattack has created an interesting modification for the HTC HD2, which is worth bringing to the surface.
The Shake’n’Wake application does exactly what it says on the tin. Rather than relying on pressing the power button to wake your HD2 from standby, the app instead lets you do so with a quick shake, making full use of the phone’s accelerometer.
While being an interesting tool, Shake’n’Wake has some practical uses too. The app was originally conceived as a fellow member was looking for a way to wake the device in some way other than by pressing the power button, which had been somehow broken. In addition, some users have expre. . . READ ON »
Posted August 2, 2010 at 06:00 am by orb3000
With the arrival of Android builds for the HTC Leo, we have seen that battery consumption is a problem not solved yet. XDA member Shatterv2 wrote a complete “how to” guide with tips to save battery.
Using SetCPU, which is an application for over/under clocking devices, and following the steps provided by the developer, your battery should last longer when running Android.
One good thing is that members are also posting their personal configurations as alternatives to test and decide which one works better for the Leo.
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Originally posted by Shatterv2
[HOW-TO] Save battery while running any android build on your HD2.
As android builds are getting more and more closer to being daily builds, one of th
Posted July 31, 2010 at 06:00 pm by mic_888
One of the exciting things about trying out Android on your HD2 is experimenting with all the weird and wonderful Android apps out there.
If you’re an HD2 owner who likes to install lots of apps and tinker around with Android, then you might be finding that 256MB of device memory just isn’t enough. (Remember Froyo is the only Android OS that let’s you install apps to SD without requiring a hack).
This is exactly how XDA forum member Kev007 felt and he went and did something about it. The XDA member has provided a fix to increase the size of the data.img file so that there will be more free space available once mounted.
Kev007 has posted various data.img files for 1GB and 512MB, corresponding to y. . . READ ON »