POSTS TAGGED: t-mobile htc hd2
Posted October 25, 2010 at 03:00 pm by egzthunder1
Earlier today, we saw a thread in the HD2 section that called our attention. As it turns out, the Desire HD kernels have finally been released by HTC for everyone to dig into and play with. What does this mean? It will have a nice domino effect, starting from the Desire HD itself. Official kernels act pretty much like a base rom in WM terms, as it can be used as a guide and/or source to improve performance on the device. so, you may start seeing far more active development for the Desire HD very soon. But this doesn’t stop here, because there are various ports of the Desire HD roms for many devices out there, including the HD2, the EVO, and the DInc. most of these ports have various flaws, one of them being the camera not . . . 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 October 8, 2010 at 10:15 am by orb3000
XDA member darkmurder points us to a video where we can see clearly an HTC Leo booting Microsoft’s new operating system,Windows Phone 7. You can doubt the veracity of the video but when we know that XDA member Cotulla speaks of it on his Twitter account, we come to think that this video was made by him, and if so, Leo will become the very first device capable of running three operating systems with fluidity!
Imagine deciding to boot between WM, Android and WP7 for your Friday morning? That could be just awesome and will return even more it´s value to Leo.
Originally posted by darkmurder
WP7 on HD2
Real or fake? You decide!
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Originally posted by CotullaTwitter
okay… wanna news? yes, they
Posted October 7, 2010 at 03:00 pm by egzthunder1
If you are like the rest of us, and your ORD senses start tingling whenever you read about a new build by NRGZ28, you will be glad to know that keeping more of your settings and hacks after flashing is a script away. XDA member M3PH has made a compilation of scripts, registry fixes, and xml files for you to place in the XDA_UC present in NRGZ28’s roms. This is an automated way of getting the most out of every flash without having to spend anytime looking for your favorite wall papers, ringtones, or simply setting things with BsB Tweaks or Advanced Config.
The dev has made each and every one of them available as a separate download in case you are not interested in certain ones. Any suggestions can be made to make this a. . . READ ON »
Posted September 24, 2010 at 06:00 am by orb3000
Are you into flashing ROM´s frequently? Then you will agree that creating shortcuts to your favourite programs or applications should an be easier or automated task for every time you flash a new ROM. XDA member dubidu took care of this and created CplLinks. This application goes through the registry key which holds the settings items and creates a .lnk file for each of the entries. Once installed, there are no messages, it only runs and creates the links.
The developer’s app only takes 11.5 kb and must be installed on main memory.
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Originally posted by dubidu
[APP] Control Panel Settings to Links (.lnk)
I know it’s a 10 seconds job to create a link for items inside the control panel (settings
Posted July 20, 2010 at 03:00 am by orb3000
Good news for Malaysian people using Windows Mobile. XDA member X1CK presents this application that uses your Internet connection to let you know the traffic conditions, all in a simple graphic and clear UI. This specific version will connect to LLM and ITIS from Malaysia.
The developer warns this application downloads data from Internet. No information regarding resolutions or WM versions supported is given, but it´s reportedly working on Omnia 2 and Leo.
Expect some bugs as it´s preliminary version, but post some feedback if you want to help the developer.
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Originally posted by X1CK
[APP] My Traffic Updates V1.0 (Freeware) for Malaysia
My Traffic Updates is an application that enable user to check live
Posted July 19, 2010 at 06:00 pm by Leddy
The “Quick List” application that loads on a long press of the end call/power key was a very sensible extension of the power button’s functionality, especially on a WinMo device with as few buttons as the HD2.
However many have found it both useful and lacking; while a data connection toggle is included, the arguably more useful WiFi toggle has been left out, and we have been graced instead with blank space on the remaining unused third of the screen.
While it won’t make HTC’s design choices any less mysterious, xda-developers member kurt-willems has created what the stock Quick List application should have been, also including soft reset and bootloader buttons for those wit. . . READ ON »
Posted July 13, 2010 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
Are you ORD negative, but would still like the greatest and latest fixes for your HD2? Does the word flashing give you the chills but would love to get rid of the large amount of trialware from your device? The greatest thing about our devices is how flexible they are. Particularly, when people like XDA members spikegotti and skr_xd have been kind enough to provide a wonderful bag of goodies for us.
This set of fixes basically installs, on top of your stock rom, any and all the important fixes that custom roms have released to date. You can install it with ease and the best part is that you don’t have to flash out of your beloved stock rom.
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This T-Mobile HTC HD2 UnOff Service Pack 1 I created with the help of skr_xd wit
Posted June 26, 2010 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
We are all familiar with the work of XDA developer Cotulla, who is part of the DFT (Dark Forces Team) and responsible for allowing us to flash custom roms on many of the newer devices thanks to the HSPL unlocker. Due to a recent original firmware update for the HD2, the HSPL was overwritten to 2.10, which was no longer recognized by the unlocker. There were ways to go around this though, like flashing back to an older official rom that contained the 2.08 HSPL required by the unlocker, but even that was a bit cumbersome.
Cotulla released HSPL3 to solve this issue. This unlocker should replace the 2.10 version found in the rom release 2.13 and enable flashing of custom roms. Of course, this unlocker works with all versi. . . READ ON »