orb3000 · Nov 4, 2010 at 12:00 am

WP7 Theme on Your HD2

For Leo users this new bootscreen will be outstanding. We have now the chance to boot Android, Ubuntu and Maemo (in the works). And now, XDA member and developer ansar.ath.gr give us the chance to boot Windows Phone 7 on the Leo!. The developer states that two releases will be uploaded, Titanium and Jaxbot’s Metro UI, be aware this is not a WP7 ROM, it´s a WM6.5 ROM with Jaxbot´s WP7 theme included. The work is still on early development, so expect some bugs on it, at least we have now the chance to test what will come in the near future for the only device so far capable of running WP7.
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Originally posted by ansar.ath.gr
[PROJECT] Developing beyond WM6.5; A WP7 ROM image for HD2 (New v1.36.831.1-01)

Dear forum members,

This is the updated Version, the link and the status of the new ROM, Beyond 6.5:

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ROM Version 1.34.831.1-01
ROM Status:

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1. Major features available:

–> All WP7 mp3 rings

–> All WP7 true type fonts

–> All WP7 sounds i.e. alarms, alerts, 30 ring tones and system wav files.

–> The WP7 Application platform frame compact net 7.0

–> The WP7 Devices Sensors frame compact net 7.0

–> The xen gaming frame compact net 4.0

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2. The net compact frame work 3.7 is replaced by 3.5 for the WP7 theme normal function.

Continue to the application thread here.
Note: Valid Download link can be found on post number 79


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