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By LeoTheRomRasta, Member on 18th April 2011, 08:49 PM
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Rom manager now has a clockwork mod recovery for the HD2.. is it safe to flash roms now with magldr installed?

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18th April 2011, 09:00 PM |#2  
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My phone is still showing up in ROM Manager as a Desire. I uninstalled and reinstalled RM and have modified my build.prop to show my phone as a HD2.

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18th April 2011, 10:52 PM |#3  
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My phone is still showing up in ROM Manager as a Desire. I uninstalled and reinstalled RM and have modified my build.prop to show my phone as a HD2.

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in rom manager when you click on flash recovery do you get a list of phones to choose from? you should see "HTC HD2" on the list.
18th April 2011, 11:18 PM |#4  
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I take it yours worked as well... were you able to reboot into recovery?

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18th April 2011, 11:21 PM |#5  
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Didn't look there, just opened the list of roms. I'll check it out tonite, busy now.

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19th April 2011, 12:10 AM |#6  
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I take it yours worked as well... were you able to reboot into recovery?

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Just downloaded the free version of ROM Manager and it would not reboot into recovery, I tried twice. I also tried flashing Clockwork Mod Recovery (even though I already have it flashed to my HD2) becausecevery thing besides reboot into recovery and flash Clockwork Mod Recovery give me a message saying I need Clockwork Mod Recovery before I can use it. But when I tried to flash Clockwork Mod recovery it did list the HTC HD2 in the list but it said it incountered an error while flashing Clockwork Mod Recovery, again I tried twice and same message both times. But I checked and I do still have Clockwork Mod Recovery on my HD2. Maybe you have to use cLK with ROM Manager cause in the information on the ROM Manager when you find it in the Android market says for this.

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HTC Users: Flash recovery not working? Try fastbooting a recovery on.

You only use fastboot with cLK, if I still had a functioning laptop (LCD screen not working) Iwould test this. But this is not possible for me at the moment.
19th April 2011, 12:20 AM |#7  
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Maybe you have to use cLK with ROM Manager cause in the information on the ROM Manager when you find it in the Android market says for this.

ROM Manager currently only works with cLK bootloader.
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ROM Manager currently only works with cLK bootloader.

Thanks for the confirmation. I kinda figured that when I seen fastboot mentioned in the trouble shooting for the app on the market. I just did not want to just assume it worked with cLK or only worked with cLK without being able to test it first. I try hard not to give out false information in the forums. Thanks again though.
19th April 2011, 02:03 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by zach.antre

ROM Manager currently only works with cLK bootloader.

hi,
Do you know when it will start working with magldr?
I updated it and bought the premium version, because I was trying to update the boot loader.
I clicked on flash clockworkmod recovery and it updated to 3.0.2.5.
But when I tried to load a d recovery,I just got an error
So I presume it has installed clk?
Don't know how I'm going to get my ad recovery back.i guess I'll have to read up on that.
I did check online for some instructions on ROM manager, but no joy.

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hi,
Do you know when it will start working with magldr?
I updated it and bought the premium version, because I was trying to update the boot loader.
I clicked on flash clockworkmod recovery and it updated to 3.0.2.5.
But when I tried to load a d recovery,I just got an error
So I presume it has installed clk?
Don't know how I'm going to get my ad recovery back.i guess I'll have to read up on that.
I did check online for some instructions on ROM manager, but no joy.

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I don't know about it flashing cLK to your HD2 bit if you want to flash cLK PM me and I can help you with it. Cause cLK is not as easycas MAGLDR.
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19th April 2011, 10:17 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by LeoTheRomRasta

Rom manager now has a clockwork mod recovery for the HD2.. is it safe to flash roms now with magldr installed?

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+1

Installed rom manger and when i tried to flash cwm, HTC HD2 appeared on the devices list for the very first time (i tell you what, it felt great really great), this was the last thing needed to make HTC HD2 fully compatible with android os.

Updated cwm and did a nandroid backup from within rom manger, without a single problem, how cool is that?

This my dear friends was the icing on the cake (sort of speak) for this great piece of hardware and its long road into running android as well as any other native "made for android" hardware. This is it.

Thanks a lot to the devs and their testers who for making this all happen, thank you guys, you did make the impossible, possible, here is proof to that.

Thank you cedesmith for your "not so little" cLK.

Thank you pongster for your amazing roms.

p.s. Hyperdroid GBX is already available to download from rom manager, what do you say to that?

THX

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