Video tutorial, How To Install NAND Android ROM on HTC HD2
A few days ago, we got the great news about getting NAND Android ROM to HTC Leo, basically allowing it to boot without having Windows Mobile as a base. Now, XDA member TechBurrow decided to create a great video tutorial for those of you who want to install it but are not sure how. The original poster spent many hours on making this great quality video. Please understand that following this process will void your warranty, so proceed with caution and enjoy!
You can choose amongst many NAND ROM options with Froyo or Gingerbread found on the HD2 Android section.
Originally posted by TechBurrow
[Dec 31][NAND][VIDEO TUTORIAL]How To Install NAND Android ROM! NEW!
Here is a video tutorial I put together in great quality on how to install the new android NAND ROM with full description. Please share this as well, there are no good tutorials on it yet and I spend a lot of time putting this together.
Please help spread the word about this video and help it get pinned if possible! This new Android ROM is huge and there are no good video tutorials on it yet. I put hours into this tutorial and it will help a lot of people get a better understanding!
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