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By Tachi91, Senior Member on 29th November 2012, 01:43 PM
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30th November 2012, 08:08 AM |#21  
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Dude, there are going to be a mountain of problems getting the thing actually to work completely and reliably on WP8.

There is a huge difference between getting it to sort of boot and sort of work (easy), and making it something actually usable (very very hard).

UEFI loader might be done, but ACPI is going to be screwed, power management screwed, WiFi screwed, Bluetooth screwed, phone modem screwed, graphics not/partially GPU accelerated, audio hw codecs, video hw codecs... list is gonna go on and on.

There is gonna be a mountain of work ahead if u want to make such a ROM actually self-hostable, good luck with that.
 
 
30th November 2012, 08:29 AM |#22  
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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.

I am sorry but i dont bite that. It a too generic statementto be made. I guess it depends from card to card.
30th November 2012, 08:44 AM |#23  
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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

The most important thing for SD is speed on the small blocks like 512 bytes and 4096 bytes.
For example one noname card 4Gb gives me 2.5mb/sec and Sandisk 16Gb gives me only 1.2mb/sec for 512 blocks.

For Windows RT it can be insufficient RAM, but it's possible to try
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30th November 2012, 09:48 AM |#24  
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The most important thing for SD is speed on the small blocks like 512 bytes and 4096 bytes.
For example one noname card 4Gb gives me 2.5mb/sec and Sandisk 16Gb gives me only 1.2mb/sec for 512 blocks.

For Windows RT it can be insufficient RAM, but it's possible to try

Doesn't Windows use Pagefile?
30th November 2012, 10:30 AM |#25  
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The most important thing for SD is speed on the small blocks like 512 bytes and 4096 bytes.
For example one noname card 4Gb gives me 2.5mb/sec and Sandisk 16Gb gives me only 1.2mb/sec for 512 blocks.

For Windows RT it can be insufficient RAM, but it's possible to try


Im glad HTC Mozart has 576 instead of Leo 448, small difference but always better

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30th November 2012, 02:09 PM |#26  
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I'm seriously proud for owning this phone !
30th November 2012, 03:25 PM |#27  
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Hello,


For now it's actually just a proof of concept.
I honestly dunno how far it can goes forward; a lot of problems appear and not sure will be it's possible to solve them.
And not only to solve them, but get an acceptable user experience

It was implied as "a crazy experiment" at the start up time

For now it's implemented only few functionality like SD card, screen output, touch screen input.
All other things are not working. I won't add "YET" it can be very hard to get some things to work.
and DFT didn't yet decided about future developments in that direction.



they can be right also . . .I don't know yet.
But NT is much more heavy system than CE. remember that.

Amazing....HTC Leo does never die!

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30th November 2012, 03:58 PM |#28  
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Im glad HTC Mozart has 576 instead of Leo 448, small difference but always better

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HD2 has 576MB too but Windows Mobile 6.5 (Original HTC ROM ) on EU version use only 448 MB and the CPU use only 768Mhz insted 1Ghz (998Mhz real) but if you use custom rom you can use all power
30th November 2012, 04:10 PM |#29  
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I just can't describe how awesome Cotulla is.


It doesn't matter if it will run well in future or not, it's just a unbelieveable proof-of-concept that it's actually possible to run w8.


HD2 is a LEGEND
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30th November 2012, 04:43 PM |#30  
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I am sorry but i dont bite that. It a too generic statementto be made. I guess it depends from card to card.

Whether or not you believe me isn't the question, just search and you will find a thread with a bunch of benchmarks showing that this is indeed the case I guess you'll believe cotulla though :P

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BTW, is HTC 1st gen bootloader hacked enough for WP8 rom or we'll have to wait for UEFI MAGLDR port from HD2?

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