compiled from the source code of the Google's AOSP Gingerbread 2.3.7 (GWK74 / Android 2.3.7)
optimized for HTC HD2
and released on Nov. 10, 2012 by tytung.
Use the latest android-2.3.7_r1 source code.
Having a tag name means it is well-tested and stable.
Support Wi-Fi Calling, Wi-Fi IEEE 802.1x/EAP, native Wi-Fi Tethering, native USB Tethering, real Wi-Fi/Bluetooth MAC address, Low-power mode Bluetooth, UTF-8, CIFS, Yaffs, Ext2/3/4, NILFS, ReiserFS, BTRFS, and the official HTC extended battery.
This is compiled from AOSP Gingerbread for Passion (i.e. Nexus One)
and has some modifications as follows.
block ads (replaced hosts)
add utility and root permission (added busybox, su and Superuser.apk)
add 720p video playback (replaced libOmxVdec.so)
fix camera (replaced libOmxVidEnc.so and modified source code)
fix camcorder (replaced with new cam libs and some .so files)
add HSDPA icon (modified SystemUI.apk from source code)
add Battery % icon (modified framework-res.apk)
add Headset icon (modified framework-res.apk from source code)
add Reboot menu (modified framework-res.apk, framework.jar and android.policy.jar from source code)
add "Download any file type" support for Browser (modified DownloadProvider.apk from source code)
fix USB Mass Storage and USB Tethering (modified vold and services.jar from source code)
fix LED Notification (modified services.jar from source code)
add "X" boot animation and ringtones from Nexus One Gingerbread
add Nexus S Live Wallpaper
add the latest Google Apps (Maps, Gmail, Market, etc.)
add FM Radio (modified a lots of stuff from source code)
add other necessary modifications to make it working on HD2
remove Japanese and Chinese IMEs (removed OpenWnn.apk and PinyinIME.apk), etc.
Use CWM (ClockworkMod) Recovery, providing the native Android update.zip installation and Nandroid backup and restore, to backup and/or update your system easily and safely.
It's about 3~5mA battery consumption on standby when turning on WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Auto Sync settings.
Everything is working.
3G/HSDPA (RMNET is fast and stable for MAGLDR. Or PPP for cLK.)
Wi-Fi (Support IEEE 802.1x/EAP authentication and Ad-Hoc Wi-Fi.)
Bluetooth (Support low power mode.) (Thanks to Trilu and Charansingh)
GPS with AGPS support
720p Video Playback (H.264 up to 720p with hardware decoding)
Camcorder (800x480, H.263 and variable 30fps with hardware encoding) (Courtesy of Gpc)
You should have either MAGLDR 1.13 or cLK 188.8.131.52 bootloader on device.
CWM (ClockworkMod) Recovery Version via SD card (Flash update.zip)
Installing CWM_Recovery_for_NexusHD2 (135MB system and 2MB cache) to create a space-efficient NAND partition layout designed specifically for NexusHD2 series is highly recommended if coming from another ROM.
For Android installation you need to enter CWM Recovery.
CWM: backup and restore => Backup you current ROM first. (optional but recommended)
CWM: wipe data/factory reset if coming from another ROM or wanting to have a clean installation. (optional but recommended)
CWM: install zip from sdcard: navigate to NexusHD2-Gingerbread_V3.3a-(Android-2.3.7).zip to finish the Android installation.
This section is reserved for everyone.
If you can provide any new features via a flashable update.zip for CWM Recovery, I will place your name here.
The description is a must when you provide a file.
I don't test each add-on myself, please backup your current system before installing any of them.
Fixed broken USB Mass Storage function when updating to Gingerbread 2.3.4 (modified vold and services.jar from source code)
Fixed Wi-Fi function when updating to Gingerbread 2.3.4 (modified initrd.gz)
Fixed 15fps H.264 Camcorder to support 30fps H.263 when updating to Gingerbread 2.3.4 (took some libs from Gpc's ROM)
Fixed FC issue of Google Talk 1.3 from Nexus S with video call (deleted "android.resource://com.google.android.talk/raw/outgoing_call_ring" in smali/com/google/android/talk/videochat/CallManager.smali in Talk2.apk)
Added ro.ril.hsdpa.category=8 and ro.ril.hsupa.category=5 to build.prop
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