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NETCF 3.7 inside:
REGEDIT4
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETCompactFramework]
"3.7.10081.00"=dword:1
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETCompactFramework\Installer\Assemblies\Global]
"CustomMarshalers, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_CustomMarshalers_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","CustomMarshalers.dll"
"Microsoft.VisualBasic, Version=8.1.1.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.VisualBasic_v8_1_1_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll"
"mscorlib, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_mscorlib_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","mscorlib.dll"
"System.Data, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Data_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Data.dll"
"System, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.dll"
"System.Messaging, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Messaging_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Messaging.dll"
"System.Net.IrDA, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Net.IrDA_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Net.IrDA.dll"
"System.Web.Services, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Web.Services_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Web.Services.dll"
"System.Xml, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Xml_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Xml.dll"
"System.Core, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Core_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Core.dll"
"System.Data.DataSetExtensions, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Data.DataSetExtensions_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Data.DataSetExtensions.dll"
"System.Runtime.Serialization, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Runtime.Serialization_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Runtime.Serialization.dll"
"System.ServiceModel, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.ServiceModel_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.ServiceModel.dll"
"System.Xml.Linq, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Xml.Linq_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Xml.Linq.dll"
"Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.dll"
"Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.WindowsMobile, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.WindowsMobile_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.WindowsMobile.dll"
"System.ServiceModel.Web, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.ServiceModel.Web_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.ServiceModel.Web.dll"
"Microsoft.VisualBasic.SR, Version=8.1.1.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.VisualBasic.SR_v8_1_1_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.VisualBasic.SR.dll"
"System.SR, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.SR_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.SR.dll"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETCompactFramework\Installer\Assemblies\ROM]
"CustomMarshalers, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_CustomMarshalers_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","CustomMarshalers.dll"
"Microsoft.VisualBasic, Version=8.1.1.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.VisualBasic_v8_1_1_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll"
"mscorlib, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_mscorlib_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","mscorlib.dll"
"System.Data, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Data_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Data.dll"
"System, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.dll"
"System.Messaging, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Messaging_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Messaging.dll"
"System.Net.IrDA, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Net.IrDA_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Net.IrDA.dll"
"System.Web.Services, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Web.Services_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Web.Services.dll"
"System.Xml, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Xml_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Xml.dll"
"System.Core, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Core_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Core.dll"
"System.Data.DataSetExtensions, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Data.DataSetExtensions_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Data.DataSetExtensions.dll"
"System.Runtime.Serialization, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Runtime.Serialization_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Runtime.Serialization.dll"
"System.ServiceModel, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.ServiceModel_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.ServiceModel.dll"
"System.Xml.Linq, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.Xml.Linq_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.Xml.Linq.dll"
"Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.dll"
"Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.WindowsMobile, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.WindowsMobile_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.Mail.WindowsMobile.dll"
"System.ServiceModel.Web, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.ServiceModel.Web_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.ServiceModel.Web.dll"
"Microsoft.VisualBasic.SR, Version=8.1.1.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_Microsoft.VisualBasic.SR_v8_1_1_0_cneutral_1.dll","Microsoft.VisualBasic.SR.dll"
"System.SR, Version=3.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=969DB8053D3322AC"=multi_sz:"\\windows\\GAC_System.SR_v3_7_0_0_cneutral_1.dll","System.SR.dll"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\.NETCompactFramework\BCLView]
"Enabled"=dword:1
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\.NETCompactFramework\RuntimeDataSharing\Preload]
"Enabled"=dword:1
"PrejitEnabled"=dword:1
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\.NETCompactFramework\RuntimeDataSharing]
"BootTimeServerInit"=dword:00000001
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\init]
"Launch140"="k.mscoree3_7.dll"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\init\BootVars\PreLoadUserDlls]
"mscoree3_7.dll"=dword:0
bluetooth hardware infos:
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\BCMSDDHD]
   "DisplayName"="Broadcom 802.11 DHD Network Adapter"
   "Group"="NDIS"
   "ImagePath"="bcmsddhd.dll"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\BCMSDDHD\Linkage]
   "Route"=multi_sz:"BCMSDDHD1"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\Tcpip\Parms]
    "ArpRetryCount"=dword:00000002
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\BCMSDDHD1]
   "DisplayName"="Broadcom 802.11 DHD Network Adapter"
   "Group"="NDIS"
   "ImagePath"="bcmsddhd.dll"
   "Wireless"=dword:1
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\BCMSDDHD1\Parms]
   "BusNumber"=dword:0
   "BusType"=dword:0
   "antdiv"="-1"
   "BadFramePreempt"="0"
   "BTCoexist"="0"
   "Channel"="11"
   "Country"="US"
   "DriverDesc"="Broadcom 802.11 DHD Network Adapter"
   "EnableAutoConnect"="0"
display related:
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\Display\Settings\ILCDC]
   "ID"="4.3in WVGA Optrex"
   "HsyncPulseWidthDclk"=dword:3c
   "HsyncBackPorchDclk"=dword:51
   "HsyncFrontPorchDclk"=dword:51
   "HsyncSkewDclk"=dword:0
   "VsyncPulseWidthLns"=dword:2
   "VsyncBackPorchLns"=dword:14
   "VsyncFrontPorchLns"=dword:1b
   "HsyncInvertSignal"=dword:0
   "VsyncInvertSignal"=dword:0
   "DataEnInvertSignal"=dword:0
   "VisibleDisplayWidth"=dword:320
   "VisibleDisplayHeight"=dword:1e0
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\Display\Settings\ILCDCgordon]
   "ID"="VGA Sharp Gordon"
   "HsyncPulseWidthDclk"=dword:3c
   "HsyncBackPorchDclk"=dword:90
   "HsyncFrontPorchDclk"=dword:21
   "HsyncSkewDclk"=dword:0
   "VsyncPulseWidthLns"=dword:2
   "VsyncBackPorchLns"=dword:2
   "VsyncFrontPorchLns"=dword:2
   "HsyncInvertSignal"=dword:0
   "VsyncInvertSignal"=dword:0
   "DataEnInvertSignal"=dword:0
   "VisibleDisplayWidth"=dword:1e0
   "VisibleDisplayHeight"=dword:280
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\Display\Settings\EBI2]
   "ID"="2.2in QVGA Toshiba/Rodem2"
   "ADDR_CS_SETUP"=dword:0
   "WR_ACTIVE"=dword:3
   "WR_CS_HOLD"=dword:3
   "CS_WR_RD_SETUP"=dword:3
   "RD_ACTIVE"=dword:3
   "RD_CS_HOLD"=dword:3
   "VisibleDisplayWidth"=dword:f0
   "VisibleDisplayHeight"=dword:140
multilang related:
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\International\LangSettings\MUILangWithLocale]
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Shell\OOBE]
    "ShowLanguageSelectionUI"=dword:1
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\MUI]
    "Enable"=dword:1
fm radio:
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Tuner\Audio\FmRadio\Regions\1]
    "FrequencyMin"=dword:1575C     ; 87.9 MHz
    "FrequencyMax"=dword:1A57C     ; 107.9 MHz
    "FrequencySpacing"=dword:C8    ; 200 kHz
    "Emphasis"=dword:1             ; 75 usec
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Tuner\Audio\FmRadio\Regions\2]
    "FrequencyMin"=dword:155CC     ; 87.5 MHz
    "FrequencyMax"=dword:1A5E0     ; 108 MHz
    "FrequencySpacing"=dword:64    ; 100 kHz
    "Emphasis"=dword:0             ; 50 usec
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Tuner\Audio\FmRadio\Regions\3]
    "FrequencyMin"=dword:128E0     ; 76 MHz
    "FrequencyMax"=dword:15F90     ; 90 MHz
    "FrequencySpacing"=dword:64    ; 100 kHz
    "Emphasis"=dword:0             ; 50 usec
data connection:
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\Cellular\DataSpeed]
   "UNKNOWN"=dword:23280	; 144000  (bit/sec)
   "GPRS"=dword:29BF8		; 171000  (bit/sec)
   "EDGE"=dword:5DC00	; 384000  (bit/sec)
   "UMTS"=dword:1E8480	; 2000000 (bit/sec)
   "HSDPA"=dword:36EE80	; 3600000 (bit/sec)
   "1XRTT"=dword:23280	; 144000  (bit/sec)
   "1XEVDO"=dword:124F80  ; 1200000 (bit/sec)
   "1XEVDV"=dword:249F00  ; 2400000 (bit/sec)
partitions:
Code:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\ROMProfile\RAMIMAGE]
    "MountHidden"=dword:1
    "MountAsROM"=dword:0
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\ROMProfile\ROMIMAGE]
    "MountHidden"=dword:1
    "MountAsROM"=dword:0
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\ROMProfile\BOOT]
    "MountHidden"=dword:1
    "MountAsROM"=dword:0
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\InternalStoreProfile\PartitionTable]
    "01"="UNIFIED"
    "02"="MSIFS"
    "04"="UNIFIED"
    "06"="UNIFIED"
    "07"="MSIFS"
    "0B"="UNIFIED"
    "0C"="UNIFIED"
    "0E"="UNIFIED"
    "0F"="UNIFIED"
    "1B"="USP"
    "20"="BOOT"
    "21"="BINFS"
    "22"="ROMIMAGE"
    "23"="RAMIMAGE"
    "25"="IMGFS"
    "26"="BINARY"
    "27"="BOOT"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\ExternalStoreProfile\PartitionTable]
    "01"="UNIFIED"
    "02"="MSIFS"
    "04"="UNIFIED"
    "06"="UNIFIED"
    "07"="MSIFS"
    "0B"="UNIFIED"
    "0C"="UNIFIED"
    "0E"="UNIFIED"
    "0F"="UNIFIED"
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17th May 2010, 02:17 AM   |  #172  
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can someone compare the reg entries to the leo?
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Quote:
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can someone compare the reg entries to the leo?

For the most part, there's no point. It's a whole new OS so there's going to be a LOT different (ie almost everything).
17th May 2010, 02:42 AM   |  #174  
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this helps support the idea that the new chip is a rebranding of the gsm msm chip in the leo device and the only huge difference between the two is the gsm/cdma capabilities

so can we make a conclusion that save from new name, the new htc device will probably have a lot of similarities on the leo?

This device is based the QSD8650A/B (both are mentioned) chipset, which supports both CDMA and GSM, and is the only Snapdragon chipset which will get the new 1.3GHz Scorpion core. That is probably why HTC isn't using a GSM-only Snapdragon; if they did use the GSM-only QSD8250, then the device would have almost identical specs to the HD2.

And to answer HD2Owner's question about the 4.3 in. screen, HTC will often reuse the same screen in multiple devices; that's probably why the Evo 4G has a 4.3 in. WVGA screen and why so many HTC-manufactured devices have a 3.7 in. AMOLED WVGA screen.
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Originally Posted by RustyGrom

For the most part, there's no point. It's a whole new OS so there's going to be a LOT different (ie almost everything).

not for the sake of software
sake of hardware specs...that's why I asked

thanks for the clarification on the chipset to above poster
17th May 2010, 04:37 AM   |  #176  
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Alright, I read all 20 pages of that and I'll be damned if there weren't a ****load of repeated queries. I lurk almost infinitely more often than I post, but I do have a couple question that I didn't see.

I saw something about a Haret-like dual booting awesomeness for your phone, and it was written off as being stupid because it's a Linux bootloader for your phone. However, I'm not aware of any other ways to dual boot with one's WinMo phone without Haret, so it makes sense that somebody would think of dual bootin' and associate it with Haret. I've never used it because I don't want Google knowin' who I call (their gmail ads creep me out enough already).

I'm not really interested in Android until Garmin Mobile XT or something like it with Navteq maps works with it. I swear piracy is for the win. My question is if I wait for a hardware qwerty slider that preferably tilts like my Kaiser and Rhodium do (skipped Raphael) that specs out nicely and runs WinMo 7 to be
available through AT$T for ~$500 USD unsubsidized (I like my bill not increasing when I have my service shut off) AND made properly un-stock here and some of my favorite cooks have churned out some stable/epic ROM's, will I be able to dual boot 6.5.5 and this newfangled Metro bull****? The initial reasoning behind my first plunking down the equivalent of a Recession Special desktop included the real keyboard (fu*k T9 and predictive text bull****) and the fact that it's very much a computer/PDA with a phone in it rather than a phone. I thought that was cool, and that was before Wizard Mobile 6 was a big deal. So, do the powers that be think that it'll be possible to not just flash from microSDHC or their internal storage bull**** (more about that in the next paragraph), but to drop back to 6.5.5 via something like the GRUB for PC's or emulation (shouldn't be hard @ 1.3GHz...) in such a way as to be able to use cab's and learning curve that I've already somewhat mastered? I'm still iffy on this Metro UI and no more cabs/only marketplace BS/they don't make Garmin anymore and you have to pirate it , and running 6.5.5 with REAL video drivers that support more than mp4/maybe some good N64 or PlayStation action on my phone, the ability to use Verizon or AT$T, and be cruising at 1+GHz with a real keyboard sounds ****ing cool and worth $500.

Now for the second question. I know hot-swappable microSDHC isn't supported, but that makes me wonder what kind of flash chip it is that they're using and if I can replace it with a tiny screwdriver kit and;

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...71444&Tpk=SDHC

That'd be 64 gigs of crap on my phone, aka a nice chunk of my FLAC collection. I wouldn't mind if the sucker wasn't hot swappable if they've got a full-sized SDXC card in there. Anybody know exactly how they're doing bulk local storage/if I'll be able to stuff the biggest SDXC card in there as they come down the pipe/get cheaper? Also, when it becomes feasible to cram 64 or 128 gigs of crap on my phone without keeping up with different tiny pieces of NAND flash I'd like to start a bounty pot at $100 USD for a WinMo 7 (or 6.5.5 if it can do the full-sized SDXC trick, too) for a cab or cab equivalent that installs a .flac player that is superbly finger friendly, intuitive, has at least a 10 (preferably 24) band equalizer, can adjust preamp with a nice GUI (like G-Alarm and Nitrogen) and is at least 1/4 as customizable as foobar2000 (http://www.foobar2000.org). The day my phone can be serviceable GPS, phone, tether box, uberMP3 player/.flac player with dozens of gigabytes of .flacs, decent pocket-borne Internet, better remote desktop with LTE, that will be awesome. If the digital scale app ever happens, it will be cooler than 99% of apps and I'll donate the price of a good scale for it.

I know that was verbose, but I'm almost completely ignorant of WinMo 7 and how it will work. I do know that cabs are now xap's or something like that, you can't flash this to a damned phone because it's x86 instead of ARM, and I'm still iffy on Metro UI. I'm about to dl the emulator and that ROM and investigate.
17th May 2010, 05:28 AM   |  #177  
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I used the popcorn button and it worked fine.

hey guys your's so funny...
i think the experiment in this ROM is for KITCHEN future devices not in any devices available right now... so stop asking can i flash it the whole time... lol
17th May 2010, 05:31 AM   |  #178  
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i've readed all the 20 pages long thread....and somewhat i'm feeling that you guys are like trying to port windows vista to the hd2.....whatever, the posibility is there,as i think the hd2 has all the capability to run wp7....goodluck, everyone..!!anyway, stop the annoying question '"can i have this rom fo this...bla..bla...", take note that the folks here are working real hard to make this rom available for use on the hd2....the most powerful pda available(after mondrian) right now,....not to mention the tytn or other lower end devices...it simply not possible,not yet, that is....well i also has this tiny hope on running wp7 on my lame old blueangel.....
17th May 2010, 06:11 AM   |  #179  
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this is a little off topic, but it maybe useful to have some sort of progress status somewhere in the first posts to show whats how far along this ROM to be of any use to Basic User of whatever device...
this would certainly decrease amount of "can this be flashed on X device" questions...

sort of to do list, and whats done next to it table or something...

something a little more detailed then Developers working on it, i mean, it obvious that they are, but it be nice to b able to see progress as it happens
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Fdo35

Some intersting pictures I found in the file "oemavatar.cab", which was in the IMGFS.

culd this be a little pic of the device u get when u connect Windows Phone to PC like when u connect HD2 to Windows Mobile Device Centre it have the pic oh HD2 on it...
and when first WM6.1 come out, there was a default image, before it actually looked like device that was synced,
could this b some for this Mondrian... or just default WP7 icon...

oh and by the way, there is no way to sync it with pc at the moment, right ? becouse it will sync with Zune thing and i don't know if current zune player app will work with it...

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