egzthunder1 · Jul 13, 2010 at 06:00 am

Unofficial T-Mobile USA HD2 Service Pack

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.

This T-Mobile HTC HD2 UnOff Service Pack 1 I created with the help of skr_xd with the connection setup files, will fix the main problems on the T-Mobile HTC HD2 which i noted below…

This Service Pack is for those who rather not flash custom ROMS, and continue using the stock 2.13.531.1 ROM…

I personally think the stock rom is great except for what this service pack does…

The T-Mobile HTC HD2 comes bundled with bloatware and a mixture of square icons and default wm6.5 icons; to me, the mixture is ugly…

You can find more information in the fixes thread.


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