Tag Archives: HTC HD2

The HTC HD2 Now Runs Jelly Bean, That’s Right, The HTC HD2

The HTC HD2 is officially the phone that just won’t die as the members of XDA Developers have ported Jelly Bean over to the original Windows Mobile handset. That’s right, this phone takes us back to the days of Windows Mobile, even before we knew what Windows Phone was. Given that Android 4.0 has already been seen running on the HD2, Jelly Bean isn’t a huge stretch of the imagination, but it’s … [read full article]

Windows Phone Mango on HD2

Warning – Music in video may not be your favorite, turn down your speakers. Yeah, that title really sums it up.  Microsoft’s Windows Phone Mango update has found its way to the HTC HD2, proving once again that hackers are awesome.  Microsoft seems okay with it too, “We say tinker away with Mango and enjoy the juice,” but they do give a good warning that this probably voids your warranty.  This is more of a … [read full article]

HD2 Gets Windows Phone 7 Treatment

The folks over at XDA have done it yet again! The one thing HD2 owners have been patiently waiting for since the day Windows Phone 7 was officially announced, seems to be getting closer to fruition. Hackers over at XDA.cn claim to have sucessfully ported Windows Phone 7 over to the HTC HD2. In addition to posting several pictures of the HD2 running Windows Phone 7, they’ve also uploaded videos showcasing functionality. The video demonstrates the … [read full article]

HTC HD2 Software Update Coming Tomorrow

If you may recall, late last month we spotted a T-Mobile HD2 ROM in the wild and we were positive that an official ROM from Magenta was coming very soon. We’re happy to say that our instincts were right once again! Starting tomorrow, October 19th, a new software update (version 3.14.531.1) will be available for T-Mobile HTC HD2 owners. The software update brings quite a few fixes, including improvements in overall stability of … [read full article]

HTC HD2 Update Coming Soon?

Are those pictures of the HD7 making your HD2 feel unloved?  Well, maybe we can fix that.  According to our in-house Windows Mobile enthusiast and lover (T1 Connect in the forums), you may be seeing an update coming your way.  Apparently there is a ROM Update (3.14) out there in the wild that comes in the form of a ruu, which I guess makes it official and not a custom ROM … [read full article]

T-Mobile Phones, Hacking Edition

DO AT YOUR OWN RISK!  Everything listed in this post can pose a threat.  Now, you shouldn’t be too scared about that.  There are people out there that do this every day.  That being said, I will warn you again, proceed with caution.  Many thanks to all the contributing developers at XDA Developers, you guys are great! Let’s start off with something easy.  Rooting seems to be all the rage now (hey, … [read full article]

Comparison Chart, T-Mobile Vs iPhone 4

It’s not uncommon for carriers to release a bullet point comparison sheet when a competitor is about to drop a major device onto the scene. Considering it doesn’t get any bigger than iPhone 4, the fact that T-Mobile has a comparison chart available for its employees is hardly news. We think its well beyond safe to say that Sprint and Verizon have either posted their own or will do so in the coming days. What’s … [read full article]

Walmart Selling HTC HD2 For $48.88!

I know I often overlook Walmart when it comes to shopping myself, but in this instance it’s worth mentioning and obviously worth posting that they are offering the HTC HD2 for $48.88. That’s for new customers AND qualified upgrades. A $100 price drop from just a few days ago, you should be seeing this advertised in their upcoming Sunday 6/13 weekly ad. However, we’ve got you covered right now and letting you know to … [read full article]

T-Mobile HD2 Software Update Back Online!

The HTC HD2 update is officially back online and ready for download. Those of you who didn’t grab the update when it first dropped, may now do so at your leisure. Interestingly enough, having pulled the update, T-Mobile blamed “additional issues” as it’s reasoning. Now, as seen in the above pic, they are merely saying it was due to overwhelming demand. Sounds a little odd that they would pull something due to demand … [read full article]