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darkstone HD2Froyo V3 (26-October-2010)
HTC Desire NON-SENSE build (HD2Froyo V3) (Based on DeFrost by richardtrip, source: http://github.com/richardtrip/) for HTC HD2 by darkstone on 26/10/2010:
My goal is to make a build that is close to stock as possible, but also has everything working. I'm getting there :)
Everything should be working, should be fast. Very fast.
Changelog for V3:
Updated lib_htcril_wrapper & htcleo.abcd
Some performance tweaks
Dropped Passion base and changed to AOSP+Cyanogenmod build base
Uses PPP (sorry rmnet folk, rmnet doesn't appear to be functioning correctly in the EVO kernel)
If you have issues with data/PPP, look here for support: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=794309
Updated kernel to latest EVO commit on 25/10/2010 from here: http://www.gitorious.com/linux-on-wince-htc/linux_on_wince_htc/commit/dbd408efab87c018ab9c2e35fee672a97446852c
Kernel compiled by darkstone, no changes made to source, use the source above ^
Make sure to reboot after first boot, apps needing root access won't work. Phone calls will have no audio. Make sure you reboot!
This build can not be used to upgrade previous versions of HD2Froyo, you must start fresh. Use titanium backup to backup your current settings.
Creates a 1GB data.img if there is no data.img present. I have included a clean 1GB data.img for a quick first boot.
Don't worry about FB console not showing, that's normal
// Copy the Android and the media folder to the root of your SD card, run CLRCAD.EXE and haret.exe on your HD2 //
Kernel Tree: http://www.gitorious.com/linux-on-wince-htc/linux_on_wince_htc
If you want to update the kernel, I would recommend kernel builds by hastarin which has tweaks. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=787588
Just want to point out that the HTC Desire is closest in terms of hardware to our HD2, that's why I prefer cooking a Desire build and that's why I will always choose Desire based builds over EVO and Desire HD builds.
Thanks to everyone at #htc-linux and #htc-linux-chat !
If you are having issue with audio, whether if it is high pitched or you are hear robot noises during calls, then I recommend you switch over to a new Windows Mobile rom.
I use this rom: kwbr HD2
My radio is 2.12.50.02_2
I have no issues with echo during calls with this combination
Note: To enable sound, run CLRCAD.exe before you run HaRet.exe Don't worry if CLRCAD.exe doesn't show anything, it's not supposed to.
Thanks to everyone at #htc-linux and #htc-linux-chat for your help and support! Without you, there would be no Android on the HD2 :)
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