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 that’s 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 MSM8930™, the dual-core MSM8960™ and the quad-core APQ8064™. All chipsets in the family will integrate a quad-combo of connectivity solutions — WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and FM — 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 today’s 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 it’s 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 it’s a US T-mobile phone you have then the 3.14 ROMs is not made for your phone.
That ROMs is for HD2’s with the 512 ROM, US T-mobile has a 1 GB ROM
3.14 is the best original ROM there is right now. But it’s not for HD2’s 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
someone, 11 Feb 2011hi Anthony
i tried to install NAND ANDROID on HD2 but i cant finish it , i install HSPL... moreby the way, what version of MAGLDR did you install?
version 1.13 is the newest version.
someone, 11 Feb 2011hi Anthony
i tried to install NAND ANDROID on HD2 but i cant finish it , i install HSPL... moreIf you have reached as far as installing MAGLDR on your phone, you are almost done. All you have to do is install a NAND ROMs because when you installed MAGLDR it cleared you ROM so there is no ROMs on your phone. Which means you have no OS on the phone. That is why its stopping on the white screen.
Did you want to install a NAND Android ROMs or did you just want to make your phone dual boot both android & windows mobile.
If you want to install a NAND Android ROMs follow section 2 or 3 of the link below.
If you want to dual boot. Follow section 5 to remove MAGLDR because you don't need MAGLDR or HSPL to dual boot the phone. The steps and files needed for dual boot is on a next link that i will help you with if that's what you wanted to do.
Anthony, 11 Feb 2011post the link to the gingerbread ROM you are using.I'd be interested (and of course surprised!) to see a Gingerbread and/or Honeycomb ROM already out there for the HD2...
I still like my WM6.5/HTC Sense/Cookie HTB set up so I'll stick with that and FroYou for the time being.
But once I can run WM6.5 and HTC Sense from a SD card alongside FroYo, I'll then flash the WP7 NAND ROM to my HD2 to have 3 o/s on my phone - yay!
Anthony, 11 Feb 2011post the link to the gingerbread ROM you are using.hi Anthony
i tried to install NAND ANDROID on HD2 but i cant finish it , i install HSPL and i upgrade rom to 3.14 , and i install MAGLDR but when i install MAGLDR phone show white screen with HTC logo . i was waiting more than 10 mins and nothing happen , do you know what is problem ???
and do u know how can i start my phone on WM 6.5 ??? cause right now my phone show only white screen with HTC logo .
High Tech, 11 Feb 2011WM6.5 is dead now..... But will still use it... The HD2 is still one of the best phones on the... moreWin 6.5 is indeed dead BUT you can now install Android on this phone.. Windows Mobile 7, Unbunto, Meego..
Using Gingerbread on it atm works fantastic
hey, guys which is the best to install on hd2 froyo or nand android and what is the best way for all the apps to go into sd card, i have partition the card into fat 32 and ex4 but my internal memory is still going down. pls any suggestions
AnonD-1249, 11 Feb 2011i want to port win mo 7 on my hd2, can u help
You need installed MAGLDR 1.13 or higher on the phone to begin.
Here is a summary guide:
1a. Download and install Windows Development Tools (Google to find one)
1b. Download and install Zune PC App (including any updates)
1c. Download your WP7 Rom (I use the one from this site: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=944995)
I prefer the WP7 Rom from the site because it already has the Built-in ChevronWP7 jailbreak. So no need to bother about unlocking the phone after installing the WP7.
After installing 1a & 1b above, download 1c and …..
2. On the phone enter MAGLDR loader by pressing "Power button"
3. Choose point 5 - "USB Flasher" then press Green button
4. Run DWI.exe (Vista/ W7 user should do that with administrator rights)
5. Done, you have WP7 ROM on your device
6. Connect Phone to PC using USB and run Zune to sync
Find a way to get your Activation Code from Microsoft. Good Luck!
NOTE that unlocking the phone is DIFFERENT from getting the Activation Code. The unlocking makes it possible to install .xap file (apps) on the phone whereas getting the Activation Code gives you “license” to setup your online services(hotmail etc) that will enable you download from Market, play Xbox etc on your phone. It’s a 25 alphanumeric combination (just like the license key on Microsoft Office software). Only Microsoft or their reps can give you a working Activation Code. As I said earlier, I got mine by calling their customer care.
High Tech, 11 Feb 2011Well I tried the Honeycomb 3.0 music player and it cool for a beta app. I did notice that some... moreI do love the way it handles your library of music with the album icons and the grouping of artist icons...
High Tech, 11 Feb 2011Get the Honeycomb Music Player for Android 2.1+ for your HD2 running Android. It's a really co... moreWell I tried the Honeycomb 3.0 music player and it cool for a beta app. I did notice that some features are not active yet like adding a song to a playlist, or moving changing the order of the songs in a playlist... Also didn't see the continue playing all songs in the playlist, or to play one song over and over again... So some features are not active or implimented yet... But still this app will be a nice one..... Cannot wait til final release...... Which should be when the new Honeycomb tablets hits the market soon................
HD2!, 10 Feb 2011have to admit! HD2 is the phone of the decade! WM, Android, Ubuntu, Meego and now WP7! u have ... moreWM6.5 is dead now..... But will still use it... The HD2 is still one of the best phones on the market.....
HD2!, 10 Feb 2011have to admit! HD2 is the phone of the decade! WM, Android, Ubuntu, Meego and now WP7! u have ... moreI was saying way back as well that WP7 is not that great.... Too locked down for me... I want to customize my phone the way I want, and not have someone tell me what I'm going to use... One day I might want my phone a certain way, and the next I may want to change the look... Don't want to walk around with the same phone as everyone else (WP7).... Will wait on WP8 which should be out in 2012 (according to MS they will update WP series like they do Windows for the desktop. Every two years).... Will hold onto my HD2 til then... I probably will try an Android phone to get HD content and 3D....
I like Android as well. That will be my next purchase. An Android tablet... Then will see what's out there for Android and WP8.....
Get the Honeycomb Music Player for Android 2.1+ for your HD2 running Android. It's a really cool music player. Works just like the Honeycomb Player on the tablets.... See like below: