HTC LEO Posts on XDA

ICS ROM For HTC HD2 – Hardware Accelaration Fixed

It seems the unstoppable HTC HD2 aka Leo keep giving us surprises, and now it takes a giant leap ahead of other devices with hardware acceleration fix. XDA member Ankuch on Android SD and XDA member michie on NAND ROM variant presents this version based on Nexus One's AOSP Ice Cream Sandwich, and promises that...

HTC HD2 Checks-In at the Honeycomb Party, Sensefully Steals Several Gingerbread Cookies

Looks like HTC's premiere superphone circa 2009, the HD2, is still alive and kicking. XDA member imilka has cooked up not one, but two impressive ROM dueling for the top spot on your HTC Leo. Hit the break for more details and all the relevant links!

Interview with XDA Chef Laurentius26 – Pt. 1

For those new members on xda-developers, perhaps you don´t know about the work of XDA member Laurentius26. He has over 5 years of cooking experience for several devices. He started cooking for the Universal and worked together with XDA member Beasty. Their joint efforts were very important to pull Universal into Windows Mobile 6 and later 6.1....

How to Activate Your Windows Phone 7/HD2 Live Services

If you have an HTC HD2 you may know about the greatest news of the week. We now have the chance to have Windows Phone 7 running smoothly on our Leo, but what about live services? Thanks to XDA member ceesheim, we have now a complete guide to make it work. The guide includes a...

HD2 Running Windows Phone 7: Impressions from a Regular User

As you may know, the new operating system was ported to HTC Leo a couple of days ago, the work was done by an elite team of developers that is responsible for some of the biggest and most important achievements in mobile world; some of them also respected members in XDA.Yesterday, and thanks to the...

Shake’n’Wake Mod for HD2

Although it was created some time ago, XDA member zzattack has created an interesting modification for the HTC HD2, which is worth bringing to the surface.The Shake'n'Wake application does exactly what it says on the tin. Rather than relying on pressing the power button to wake your HD2 from standby, the app instead lets you do...

How to Save Battery While Running Android on HD2 (Leo)

With the arrival of Android builds for the HTC Leo, we have seen that battery consumption is a problem not solved yet. XDA member Shatterv2 wrote a complete "how to" guide with tips to save battery. Using SetCPU, which is an application for over/under clocking devices, and following the steps provided by the developer, your battery...

How To Transfer your CoPilot from WinMo to Android

Are you an HD2 owner who invested 30 bucks or more in a licensed copy of CoPilot 8?  Are you now enjoying the benefits of running Android on your HD2?  Heard the news that GPS has been fixed by those clever devs for HD2 Android and thinking "darn! I wish my WinMo copy would work...

Android Loader App Available for HD2

Following on from the hard work of various devs resulting in the success of being able to boot Android on the HTC HD2, XDA forum member and moderator mskip has written a simple program to make loading Android onto your Windows Mobile device a little easier.The Android Loader app puts a link in your start menu...

How to ‘Chrome’ your HTC HD2 Battery Cover

Device mods for most XDA members involves flashing a custom ROM to improve performance and customize the look of the device UI.  However, XDA member whitesites has taken the custom look to another level.Whitesites has capitalized on the fact that the HTC HD2's battery cover is made of aluminum and coated in black paint. Noting...

AutoBacklight Toggle for HD2

If you are tired of clicking through your settings menu and sub-menu to turn the auto-backlight on or off on your HTC HD2, why not try out XDA forum member react's little app?It's a simple application that toggles the auto-backlight function on and off.  Normally, the auto-backlight adjusts according to the light sensor, however there...

Android on the Horizon for HD2?

Unfortunately Android is still a long wait for the HD2, but booting a linux kernel is a lot closer! XDA developer dcordes and other clever XDA peeps have managed to get a booting kernel together, capable of displaying full 720p video without acceleration.Although this is still far from reaching the finish line, this is a...