mine is running android 2.3 on the phone memory and not on the sd card
Anthony, 17 Feb 2011yes i use to use S2U2 about a year ago. stoped using it when cookie got It's own lock sceen. b... moreUnfortunately my Gf dest have a HD 2 :-)So wenevr she takes my fone she mess this up hi hi
lets come to the point nw...What all the settings we can do in this,perhaps interestng ones.
And also its auto lock nw,aftr few sec say 17s its gettng locked up by itself.
Say if am reading smethng frm web page it wil lock up in between n i cudt find whr i can chge the default for ths and put it as a min unused or so.
Nik Vel, 17 Feb 2011Hey Anthony....
Waz up..Hop u r gud!
Have u ever tried S2U (Slide To Unlock Application).
A... moreyes i use to use S2U2 about a year ago. stoped using it when cookie got It's own lock sceen. but now i use none. (cookie lock has bugs) and my wife has her own HD2 so i no longer have to lock her out of mine. lol
what can i help you with?
Waz up..Hop u r gud!
Have u ever tried S2U (Slide To Unlock Application).
Am using it now, have few questions on it if u have any clue abt it!
Awaiting ur reply!
*Anyone else who have a clue can also help me pls :)
I've used WinMo on my HD2 for less than 2 months! Since July 2010 i've been using Android on it 24/24 and 7/7, and since 2011 i've installed NAND on it!
Working great and like a native android phone!
pp, 15 Feb 2011well, what do you mean "i tried to install NAND ANDROID on HD2 but i cant finish it , i i... moreno thatís not what he is saying.
I did it that way as well and it worked.
It was and original 3.14 ROM on the phone I was doing it on, so IÖ
Downgraded it to a Original 1.66 ROM using the SD card LEOIMG method
Then I installed the HSPL and then upgraded back to 3.14 original ROM (to have the latest radio) doing it the normal way. And the HSPL was still there.
Was able to install MAGLR and install the NAND ROM.
What I think ďsomeoneĒ is doing wrong is he/she did not do is install the NAND ROM after they installed MAGLR..
So he/she is just trying to boot the phone with no OS on it.
PerceptorA, 15 Feb 2011Which is the most stable version of the Android (Froyo or latest) - SD card version, which can... moreIím using MDJ FroYo HD v4.6
I got it from the XDA, but for some reason now when I go on the page it is telling me that Iím a new member and I canít go on that page
I only use Android when I have to. Iím on Win Mo most of the time, so I canít say what its like for every day use. .
MCCM HD 4.0 HTC Sense with hastarin 8.6.1
RECOMENDED ANDROID VERSION
FULL stable release with the best HTC camera, EVO 4g
Soon with 720px
;) hope this helps
just got this phone for just under 350 $ on Ebay and it is a steal for that price. since i got it, there has been nothing i hate about it.Some say Camera is bad but i find it good. the metalic back and giant screen is super. I even downloaded a few games on it and it beats the Ds and psp. i can say when i got this baby out people think it is an iphone 4 but when they see it they are amazed. The sound is excellent and very loud. 1 Ghz processor shows...it is fast.The glass screeen makes it look expensive as well. Seriously, was going for Galaxy but when i saw this one, it stood out.
someone, 11 Feb 2011hi Anthony
i tried to install NAND ANDROID on HD2 but i cant finish it , i install HSPL... morewell, what do you mean "i tried to install NAND ANDROID on HD2 but i cant finish it , i install HSPL and i upgrade rom to 3.14", so u installed hspl, but you upgrade your rom to the latest official 3.14 rom (using gold card method)???
that makes your hspl gone, downgrade your rom using gold card method to previous version and start again
1/ install hspl
2/ install radio version supporting 576 mb ram
3/ install magdlr 1.3
4/ enter magdlr 1.3 loader, select flasher, start your nand android rom flashing
Which is the most stable version of the Android (Froyo or latest) - SD card version, which can be used on Daily basis? Download links??
Which Android SD version are you using?
excellent mobile phone, still better the new commers.
Johnnyenej, 14 Feb 2011 hi anthony, tnx..bt r u sure abt dat? coz on the tmobile site they asked 4my IMEI number, whe... moreWell if you are getting it from the T-mobile page thatís different.
I was thinking you were looking at the HTC page or a 3rd party page.
You know you can just ask t-mobile from the web page and see what they tell you.
Great news about future phones and tablets (2012):
The latest family of Snapdragon chipsets will include the single-core MSM8930ô, the dual-core MSM8960ô and the quad-core APQ8064ô. All chipsets in the family will integrate a quad-combo of connectivity solutions ó WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and FM ó and include support for near field communication (NFC), as well as stereoscopic 3D (S3D) video and photo capture and playback. Support for every major operating system, across all tiers of products, comes standard on all Snapdragon chipsets.
The software compatible chipset family will share the same 28nm technology and new, purpose-built CPUs and GPUs for the best mobile performance at the lowest power consumption. The latest Adreno GPUs will also be included in the family, allowing developers to continue to utilize high-performance Adreno graphics capabilities to drive spectacular gaming and user experiences across all device tiers. The Adreno GPU has the largest mobile graphics ecosystems with hundreds of games for Android, Windows Phone 7 Xbox gaming, and PlayStation Certified gaming.
At the high end, the Adreno 320 quad-core GPU will deliver up to 15 times the performance of the original Adreno to drive the latest games and S3D video on larger-screen devices. Adreno 320 delivers similar graphics performance to todayís latest game consoles, but for mobile devices. In addition, the chipset family will support 3D and S3D games, capture and playback of S3D photos and videos, and output in full HD to a 1080P flat panel display over HDMI.
I think 2012 will be the time to buy... I always thought that... I'm in now hurry to jump on the phones coming out now... There is talk of 3D tablets coming out in Q4 of this year and 2012... I want make the mistake I did and jumping on the HD2 when it came out... Besides my HD2 is serving just fine (Muti OS's and fully Cust).... But still looking for that Android Tablet and phone???? The new chipset will give you 2.5ghz speed of the current 1ghz to 1.2 ghz speed.. The dual core will be for Phones while the quad core will be for Tablets... Cannot wait... The article did say that HTC will be using the dual core in there upcoming phones to be at MWC 2011... Waiting to see wait HTC has to offer????????????
Anthony, 14 Feb 2011If itís a US T-mobile phone you have then the 3.14 ROMs is not made for your phone. That ROMs... more hi anthony, tnx..bt r u sure abt dat? coz on the tmobile site they asked 4my IMEI number, when i typed it in the update 3.14 showed up, but i didnt proceed cz i wasnt sure if it'ld lock d phone 2 tmobile again..
hi anthony, tnx.. r u sure abt dat? coz on the tmobile site they asked 4my IMEI number, when i typed it in the update 3.14 showed up, but i didnt proceed cz i wasnt sure if it'ld lock d phone 2 tmobile again..
Johnnyenej, 14 Feb 2011hi guys, im using the Tmobile htc hd2, which has been unlocked to work with the carrier in my ... moreIf itís a US T-mobile phone you have then the 3.14 ROMs is not made for your phone.
That ROMs is for HD2ís with the 512 ROM, US T-mobile has a 1 GB ROM
3.14 is the best original ROM there is right now. But itís not for HD2ís with a 1GB ROM.
hi guys, im using the Tmobile htc hd2, which has been unlocked to work with the carrier in my country.. now i see the 3.1.4 rom update available, but i fear if i up date it may lock the phone again.. i need to be sure it wudnt b4 i carry on with the update.. plus is the rom stable coz the version i currently use has no problems at al.. tnx guys.. as i wait in anticipation 4 ur expert advise..l