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  • About deckoff
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    Bulgaria - M-tel
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    Sofia
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    Bulgaria
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    dentist, metalhead, west ham fan,MTG and Civ player, htc lover
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    HTC, metal, dentistry, Android, Ubuntu
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    med rep
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    HTC HD2 -rooted, retired, 2.3 typhoon
    Desire HD -rooted, JellyBean - JELLYTIME for DHD/Inspire4g - R30
    Nexus 4, stock
    Nook Color HD+ 32GB, rooted, CNM 10.1
    Nook Touch, rooted, 1.2.0

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54 1. I am a complete n00b, but I want Android on my HD2 You should check this splendid tutorial here, if you havent already: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=893948 2. I installed Android, but I cannot root my phone Go for z4root...
10 8. GPS is not working/gets the fix too slow A few people mentioned that GPS has not been working. This is what I (always) do with a new build (both NAND and SD), and so far, it's been working. 1. Use file explorer capable of editing system files...
8 9. The Definite Guide: How to Install NAND Android on HTC HD2 w ClockWorkMod Recovery After a lot of reading, I collect the following, just for my own aid. I hope it will be proved useful to others. (A few posts after this one, in the same threa...
2 The last three of your log links don't work. I can try to take a look if there's something blatantly wrong but I'm not sure how much time I'll have to debug this issue further if nothing obvious comes up. This is certainly a weird issue if you ar...
2 Hello. I did not manage to boot a few SD cards - until I marked the partition on the SDcard with the lba flag. I used Gparted ( a linux tool /distro for manipulating any kind of storage disks). I used Ubuntu for this. The process is very easy - ...