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Hi my friend,

!: Android on SD does not influence Artemis at all. You run either Artemis or Android.
2. Try this one: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1492488. Read carefully the instructions and use Tostidroid V10 Superram. You will have on your SD card a folder called ICS - go to that folder - press CLRCAD (nothing will happen but you have to do it - press HARET en the Android ROM will be booted.

If you need any further help, you know how to find me (preferably by PM)

very best regards, Kuzibri

P.S. You do not have to wait for V67, you can do it now. If you flash new Artemis ROM, you only have to delete the Application Data folder and the Programs folder, so ICS will stay on the card, unless you format it of course. In that case, just make a backup of your SD Card to PC, format card and restore.

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Default My defecting from Artemis story

I have been on Android now for a considerable time, occasionally changing NAND builds. The one thing that I do miss from Artemis, and from Windows Mobile 6.5.x in general is the excellent battery life.

I know that this is a drawback from using Android on the HD2 which of course was not designed and build for Android. Native Android devices usually do not suffer from the same drawbacks.

But aside from that, I personally would never change back from Android. In its functionality and customizebility it is superior to Windows Mobile 6.5.x in many ways. I realize that this is a personal opinion which I am sure is shared by many. Also for my work requirements I would not be able to get along with Windows Mobile anymore.
That said, when I was using Windows Mobile 6.5.x there was no other ROM than Artemis. Sternas truly developed it for functionality and battery life. I take my had off for that and salute him.

Greetings from white and slightly chilly Vilnius
From HTC HD2 to Sony Xperia Z to HTC One ...and loving it!
 
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I have been on Android now for a considerable time, occasionally changing NAND builds. The one thing that I do miss from Artemis, and from Windows Mobile 6.5.x in general is the excellent battery life.

I know that this is a drawback from using Android on the HD2 which of course was not designed and build for Android. Native Android devices usually do not suffer from the same drawbacks.

But aside from that, I personally would never change back from Android. In its functionality and customizebility it is superior to Windows Mobile 6.5.x in many ways. I realize that this is a personal opinion which I am sure is shared by many. Also for my work requirements I would not be able to get along with Windows Mobile anymore.
That said, when I was using Windows Mobile 6.5.x there was no other ROM than Artemis. Sternas truly developed it for functionality and battery life. I take my had off for that and salute him.

Greetings from white and slightly chilly Vilnius
Hi my dear friend,

sad to see you leave, but it was good to know you and understand your decision!!
best of luck with Android and have fun!

very best regards, Kuzibri


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I have been on Android now for a considerable time, occasionally changing NAND builds. The one thing that I do miss from Artemis, and from Windows Mobile 6.5.x in general is the excellent battery life.

I know that this is a drawback from using Android on the HD2 which of course was not designed and build for Android. Native Android devices usually do not suffer from the same drawbacks.

But aside from that, I personally would never change back from Android. In its functionality and customizebility it is superior to Windows Mobile 6.5.x in many ways. I realize that this is a personal opinion which I am sure is shared by many. Also for my work requirements I would not be able to get along with Windows Mobile anymore.
That said, when I was using Windows Mobile 6.5.x there was no other ROM than Artemis. Sternas truly developed it for functionality and battery life. I take my had off for that and salute him.

Greetings from white and slightly chilly Vilnius
Thanks Sir
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Still on win 6.5
Tried android, and still found wanting
Sternas, just awaiting your next update
there plenty still running!!
 
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Still on win 6.5
Tried android, and still found wanting
Sternas, just awaiting your next update
there plenty still running!!
Hi, fully agree with you on that

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sternas your rom is the only thing keeping me using hd2
thanks for your great roms
 
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sternas your rom is the only thing keeping me using hd2
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sternas your rom is the only thing keeping me using hd2
thanks for your great roms
Not to be sarcastic or anything else: but this is as logical as 1+1=2!! Artemis is the absolutely best ROM for our HD2's . As long as Sir Sternas keeps building new ROM's and our HD2's still keep on working, there is absolutely no need to buy another device. At this very moment IMHO there is no device on the market available that can beat the "old" HD2 with Artemis ROM on it.

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Bluetooth A2DP w/ Artemis 65?

Hello,

i know that windows mobile 6/6.5 is capable of Bluetooths A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) technology. Anyway if i pair my HD2 running Artemis v.65 i can't activate A2DP on the phone or my PC.

If i pair my old Blackberry 8800 w/ my PC i have advanced Audio enabled right out of the box.

So am i missing some setting on my HD2 or is the Bluetooth Stack used in Artemis ROM missing the A2DP feature?

I found another thread here saying, that on winmo he needs to install T-back's 6.5 BT driver.cab...

Thanks and keep up maintaining artemis rom :)

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