ElCondor · Sep 24, 2010 at 09:00 pm

This Week’s Recap

This Week’s Recap is a series of articles, in which we we give you a short recapitulation of the week’s most popular news from the XDA forums.

The Recap

Desire HD ROM Leak

HTC must have had a tough time this week. Despite of the many attempts to prevent the Desire HD ROM leak to be generally available for download, they did not succeed to keep the crowd away from this very important ROM. A lot of developers were immediately starting to port the ROM to other devices – with success. The first beta of the HD2 arrived not much later, but was taken down by HTC. The second beta however was not deleted, and is still available for download. Other devices that now offer the new ROM are the Motorola Milestone, HTC Desire, EVO 4G and Incredible. The new Sense UI ROM offers a lot of new features and should be faster than regular ROMs.
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New XDAndroid Froyo Build.

The XDAndroid team released their final Froyo build, offering a great Android 2.2 experience for many Windows Mobile devices. After lots of trials, alfa’s and beta’s, XDA members babijoee, stinebd and team finally came up with their final build. XDA moderator TheDeadCPU created a tutorial video with instructions on how to install XDAndroid on your device.
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Boot Multiple Android ROMs

XDA developer Punk.Kaos (we interviewed him recently) reached a major breakthrough in the whole Android development segment. He was able to create a hack that lets you boot several Android ROMs from the same SD card. So, if you would like to switch between different Android ROMs without having to flash it, this is certainly something you should keep an eye on. It is in a very early alpha stage, and is only working on the Droid Eris for now.
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Most Commented

Fruit Ninja Coming to Android »
New HTC Sense From Ace Ported to HD2 and Milestone »
Android Porting Scam hits eBay »

Featured

List Of WP7 Leaked Device So Far

A summary of all leaked devices that are rumored to run Windows Phone 7 at launch.
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Developer Interview: Punk.Kaos

Known for his great Android development contribution, we decided to learn more about Punk.Kaos.
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