Hi, this stuff is really for the advanced user and not a noob (newbie), but i started out as a noob myself and now i will NEVER use a stock ROM again. A ROM on your phone is the built in software that creates the user inteface (UI). The chefs here write these roms with a base OS (ex. your HD2 uses windows mobile 6.5) and allow you to squeeze the most potential from your handheld device (I almost never use mylaptop anymore).
VERY IMPORTANT that you read the thread I'm putting right here, otherwise you will turn your beautiful device into a very expensive paperweight.
I am a very new nooby! I am lost at this point and this is what I did so far!
1. Installed Flash HSPL
2. tried to install radio 126.96.36.199 never did, but it was already on my device(dont know how)
3. Installed MAGLDR
4. This is where i run into a problem, every NAND Android Rom seems to be corrupt... or is it me!
When I extract the Nand Android Rom file I run DAF.exe
then DFT android box appears I read then click next then it says
Android clipboard management has always been impractical without the … more
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