Kernel from latest git standard
Download: Link removed pending warez removal from ROM
This is the way to customize an official build to a hd2 nand build
No hackery, no tricks, the way its meant to be done
You can extract it alongside CM 6.1 for desire and do a folder diff to see how to adapt a desire ROM for the HD2
Basically what i used since 03. Oct for testing Magldr, continuously updated when a new CM release is out
Rajko's CM 6.1 NAND ROM for HTC HD2 =========================== Based on CM 6.1 official stable for the HTC Desire. This is a continuation of the NAND ROM i was making for earlier MAGLDR builds. Very close to CM 6.1 stock, but added additional applications for convenience, these are: - Wifi Manager - Quadrant Benchmark Advanced - TasKiller - Network Speed - Current Widget - Market Enabler All applications should be up to date as of 03.01.2010. 1. Installation =============== MAGLDR 1.10 or newer is required on the device. Before starting the installation process, enter "USB Flasher" mode on the device by using the Volume rocker switch to select items and the green "Call" button as the Enter key. 2. Known issues ============== Magnetometer left/right doesn't seem to be working. Don't know what broke this. Investigating. Due to old QDSP, camera is still the stock 800x480 of HD2. 3. Post installation notes ============== You can change the kernel to a newer/custom version by doing the following: Connect via USB to your HD2 while Android is running. Spawn an ADB shell Do the following commands as superuser: mkdir /tmp/boot mount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock0 /tmp/boot After that, you can replace the zImage that's located in /tmp/boot When you're done, you have to unmount the boot partition, like so: umount /tmp/boot Restart your device to use the new kernel.