Unbrand Any HTC Windows Phone 7 Device
We found some interesting news from the Windows Phone 7 development section. XDA member xboxmod has found a way to unbrand any HTC Windows Phone 7 device using the Goldcard tool and another device as disk drive. It seems to be a fairly easy process which has been described in a step-by-step guide. Yet, we warn you: if anything goes wrong, it could get pretty complicated or even brick your shiny new HTC WP7 phone. It has been proven to work on the Trophy, Mozart, HD7 and Surround. Non-HTC users are out of the game for now, though we expect it won’t take a long time before such hacks are available for other brands too.
Originally posted by xboxmod
I have successfuly unbrand my vodafone trophy using my htc HD2 as disk drive and GoldCardTool.
Here simple schematic and tool to unbrand all htc 7 Device with any device detected as usb mass storage.
this also work with a windows mobile device or a card reader.
Check out the hack thread for the guide and download.
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