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By Tachi91, Senior Member on 29th November 2012, 01:43 PM
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29th November 2012, 04:32 PM |#11  
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It's now running from SD card. NAND is not assumed to be supported by any way
(there is no native support for such storage medias inside NT, as well no goal to add such support - cuz NAND is too small for that purposes)
But SD cards are not really fast . . . unlike eMMC with 8bit bus inside native WP8 devices.
As well too often access to SD card may produce big power drain.
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29th November 2012, 04:39 PM |#12  
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Hi Cotulla, I noticed somebody's partial fingerprint on the screen in post 3, I hope you don't mind it being posted all over the internet
Thanks for all your hard work
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I think we need windows phone 8 section for HD2 D
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Drivers I would assume is another issue since with a new kernel the old development drivers are non functional... So its like running a new ver of android on an old device. With some work you can get it too boot, but then things like camera, WiFi, etc won't work.

But it is nice even with all the issues to see that in fact WP8 can run on old hardware. If if all it does is pose for the cameras.

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ouyah!
UEFI @ MAGLDR!

now if only there is a dual/ quad core out there that resembles the HD2 as the software is advancing while the HW is aging.

thanks for your enthusiasm Cotulla
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That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.

---Neil Armstrong, July 1969

Thanks, Cotulla and DFT team, hope you talented guys can solve all problems.
I have a 32g C10 SanDisk ready.
29th November 2012, 06:52 PM |#17  
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Does that means someday in the future we will have WP8 on old devices like HTC Titan?
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Nice work Cotulla,our precious device is a legend thanks to you and DFT.
VIVA Cotulla and HD2
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Originally Posted by Cotulla

It's now running from SD card. NAND is not assumed to be supported by any way
(there is no native support for such storage medias inside NT, as well no goal to add such support - cuz NAND is too small for that purposes)
But SD cards are not really fast . . . unlike eMMC with 8bit bus inside native WP8 devices.
As well too often access to SD card may produce big power drain.

well there are class 10 5~10MB/S. It's not hyper fast, but hey not that slow...

UEFI MAGLDR is really amazing. Wow...

Any chance of Windows 8 RT on HD2? I am kidding
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well there are class 10 5~10MB/S. It's not hyper fast, but hey not that slow...

UEFI MAGLDR is really amazing. Wow...

Any chance of Windows 8 RT on HD2? I am kidding

Nah, counter-intuitively it's actually class 2 cards you want for running an OS from the SD card. Class 10 performs the worst in this case.
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