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[BUILD][DISCONTINUED][DesireHD - Beta 2][Kernel: darkstone]

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20th September 2010, 01:22 AM   |  #1  
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Hi everyone, I'd like to let everyone know that I will no longer be updating my builds.

This is mainly due to the lack of time and that I have a lot of work for university to do.

I'd like to thank everyone who donated to me, I have sent an email to each and every one of you

I'd like to thank everyone who supported me throughout the last few months and I'd like to thank everyone at #htc-linux & #htc-linux-chat for their help and for being awsome!


Once again, many thanks!


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HTC Desire HD build for HTC HD2 by darkstone (Beta 2):

Easier to list whats NOT working:

- Camera (app closes itself)
- Ebook reader (E-Books do not open)
- Ringtones (Unable to select a ringtone, get a force close error)
- Video playback from SD card is slow, needs rectifying
- LED Notifications are bizzare, sometimes they work and sometimes they don't

// Creates a 1gb data.img (takes a long time to make on first boot, be patient. No, the HD2 has not crashed despite what the screen looks like! Wait 10 minutes or so.)
// Don't worry about FB console not showing, that's normal
// This shouldn't really be considered as a build for daily usage, still experimental

// Copy the Android folder to SD card, run CLRCAD.EXE and haret.exe on your HD2

Git diff patches included, Thanks to gauner1986 for sharing his patch (and also correcting my mistake with PPPD )!
Thanks to mattc for support!
Thanks to football for the dump!
Thanks to the usual suspects at #htc-linux and #htc-linux-chat!

Kernel Tree: http://www.gitorious.com/linux-on-wi...x_on_wince_htc (Kernel compiled on 19/09/2010 by darkstone)
Diff patches used in the kernel provided are included in the build, found in the /Android/diff/ folder.

Download link, video, pictures can be found HERE

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20th September 2010, 01:31 AM   |  #2  
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Am I the first reply?
I'll try it soon~

Thank you, darkstone~
20th September 2010, 01:32 AM   |  #3  
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Downloading this now....safety first lol
20th September 2010, 01:32 AM   |  #4  
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downloading now
thank you darkstone and team
20th September 2010, 01:33 AM   |  #5  
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Got to try it ! I've heard so much about the new sense, can't wait to see <3 Thanks a lot for your work dear Darkstone
20th September 2010, 01:33 AM   |  #6  
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Nice build, downloading right now.
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ill give this a try... ??? how can i flush this to my hd2? JK Thanks dude ur the best!!!
20th September 2010, 01:35 AM   |  #8  
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I'll update the system and stuff and report back to you
oddly the led indicator stopped working after a few minutes...but no complaints all I need is wifi
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Thank You so much sir,
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WOW ! I AM DREAMING RIGHT NOW !

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