[30.DEC.10][DFT]LEO "Stock Desire" NAND Android ROM

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LEO "Stock" NAND Android ROM


DFT proudly presents first android NAND ROM for HTC HD2 (HTC LEO).


Supports all LEO types (LEO512 and LEO1024)

Please read these instructions carefully before installing!


Description

The goal of this ROM to make the closest copy of HTC Desire stock ROM.
It has not any "fresh" ideas, but rather stable.
Desire camera replaced via EVO, super user and busybox was added.
This ROM can be used as base how to make any NAND ROM flashed via DAF.



Installation

You need MAGLDR version 1.09 or higher installed on your device to proceed with the installation.
If MAGLDR is not present, please flash it before proceeding, otherwise Android installation will fail
To downgrade to a Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM, simply flash an official ROM using RUU.



Detailed guide

1. download MAGLDR 1.10
2. download NAND Android ROM
3. Install MAGLDR to your LEO (ROMUpdateUtility.exe)
4. Boot LEO and select in the menu "4. USB Flasher"
5. Run DAF.exe on your computer. Do all steps.
6. Wait while it's flashing.
7. After flashing device will make auto-reset.
8. It should boot directly to Android.
9. If any errors happens, please report in this thread.



Uninstallation

It is possible to downgrade to original Windows Mobile 6.5, by just flashing to an Official ROM.
Both MAGLDR and Android will be removed



Warranty Issues

Be warned, Installing MAGLDR and Android may void your warranty.
If you need to send your device to a Repair Centre, make sure that you uninstall HSPL!



Disclaimer

This product is free to use at your own risk. We take no
responsibility for any conflict, fault, or damage caused by
this unlocking procedure. No warranties, implied or otherwise, are given if you agree to use this product.
No problems were found while testing this product on several different devices, your experience may vary.
This software is free, but not open source.


You can report bugs & suggestion & problems in this thread.

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Known problems
IMPORTANT:

Problem: On some devices MAGLDR won't boot at all (HTC logo stay after turn on).
Solution: Install HSPL208.

Problem: Device stops on GO GO GO!
Solution: Not found yet, root case not detected. Sometimes flashing other official ROM helps...

Problem: After power off I connect charger and it doesn't boot.
Solution: Not found yet.
Workaround: Turn on before connecting cable.



Links

Download it NOW!
Mirrows:

http://box.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
http://box2.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
http://box3.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
http://box4.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
http://box5.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
http://box6.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar


Thread about MAGLDR!

DFT.cn original thread (CHS)

flash.cfg format description


To better understand the situation directly related to flashing this ROM, collect all the relevant information and suggestions from testers and form long-term collaborations, we ask you to please apply for authorization from this website before uploading/downloading any information concerning HD2 ,WP7 and Android. Please fill in the required information including the forum URL, the name of the
forum, and the applicant’s position. If you reproduce any information from this website, please provide a link back to this forum. After you receive authorization, you will be informed of any upgrades to this ROM.

DFT - DarkForcesTeam



HAPPY NEW YEAR :)

-DFT
30.12.2010
 

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    LEO "Stock" NAND Android ROM


    DFT proudly presents first android NAND ROM for HTC HD2 (HTC LEO).


    Supports all LEO types (LEO512 and LEO1024)

    Please read these instructions carefully before installing!


    Description

    The goal of this ROM to make the closest copy of HTC Desire stock ROM.
    It has not any "fresh" ideas, but rather stable.
    Desire camera replaced via EVO, super user and busybox was added.
    This ROM can be used as base how to make any NAND ROM flashed via DAF.



    Installation

    You need MAGLDR version 1.09 or higher installed on your device to proceed with the installation.
    If MAGLDR is not present, please flash it before proceeding, otherwise Android installation will fail
    To downgrade to a Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM, simply flash an official ROM using RUU.



    Detailed guide

    1. download MAGLDR 1.10
    2. download NAND Android ROM
    3. Install MAGLDR to your LEO (ROMUpdateUtility.exe)
    4. Boot LEO and select in the menu "4. USB Flasher"
    5. Run DAF.exe on your computer. Do all steps.
    6. Wait while it's flashing.
    7. After flashing device will make auto-reset.
    8. It should boot directly to Android.
    9. If any errors happens, please report in this thread.



    Uninstallation

    It is possible to downgrade to original Windows Mobile 6.5, by just flashing to an Official ROM.
    Both MAGLDR and Android will be removed



    Warranty Issues

    Be warned, Installing MAGLDR and Android may void your warranty.
    If you need to send your device to a Repair Centre, make sure that you uninstall HSPL!



    Disclaimer

    This product is free to use at your own risk. We take no
    responsibility for any conflict, fault, or damage caused by
    this unlocking procedure. No warranties, implied or otherwise, are given if you agree to use this product.
    No problems were found while testing this product on several different devices, your experience may vary.
    This software is free, but not open source.


    You can report bugs & suggestion & problems in this thread.

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    attachment.php
    attachment.php


    attachment.php


    Known problems
    IMPORTANT:

    Problem: On some devices MAGLDR won't boot at all (HTC logo stay after turn on).
    Solution: Install HSPL208.

    Problem: Device stops on GO GO GO!
    Solution: Not found yet, root case not detected. Sometimes flashing other official ROM helps...

    Problem: After power off I connect charger and it doesn't boot.
    Solution: Not found yet.
    Workaround: Turn on before connecting cable.



    Links

    Download it NOW!
    Mirrows:

    http://box.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
    http://box2.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
    http://box3.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
    http://box4.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
    http://box5.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar
    http://box6.noobhands.com/magldr/DFT_LEO_NAND_Android.rar


    Thread about MAGLDR!

    DFT.cn original thread (CHS)

    flash.cfg format description


    To better understand the situation directly related to flashing this ROM, collect all the relevant information and suggestions from testers and form long-term collaborations, we ask you to please apply for authorization from this website before uploading/downloading any information concerning HD2 ,WP7 and Android. Please fill in the required information including the forum URL, the name of the
    forum, and the applicant’s position. If you reproduce any information from this website, please provide a link back to this forum. After you receive authorization, you will be informed of any upgrades to this ROM.

    DFT - DarkForcesTeam



    HAPPY NEW YEAR :)

    -DFT
    30.12.2010
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    Space and Battery Issues

    I have picked up lots of bits of information about how to maximize space issues and maximize battery life for those of us who are in love with these amazing new NAND builds....especially those of us with European HD2 phones who only have 512MB to play with :)

    I have compiled them below for ease of reference - I claim no originiality for these ideas...I am just bringing them together...so MAJOR THANKS TO ALL THOSE OUT THERE! :D You know who you are...

    I have posted it on this thread as I love this particular build, but they should (might!) work for other builds.

    Space

    1. Before flashing your phone, you can edit the flash.cfg file and change the following line:

    cache ya 40M >>to>> cache ya 15M

    This reduces the cache by 25M with no discernible impact on the speed of the build (imo).

    This should give you in excess of 130MB free after a clean flash. Expect that to drop to around 100MB once Market, Flash and a couple of other apps update themselves.

    2. Immediate install Z4 to root your device. You will need to get it from here.

    Put it on your SD card and then install a file manager from the Market to browse to it and then install and run. Follow the details on the thread... (Note: it may get stuck on 'Rebooting'. Wait a minute or so and then manually reboot - it will work fine and SuperUser will now work after the reboot)

    3. Install Move2SD. You can get it from the Market. Full details are here.

    This allows you to move most (not quite all) apps to SD. It is the best option I have found to move most of those awkward apps.

    I have now installed pretty much all of my apps that I used to run on non-NAND builds and have moved about 90%+ of them to the SD card. At time of writing I have loads of apps installed and still have over 70MB free :)

    Battery

    1. Install Battery Monitor Widget or Current Widget from the Market so that you have a way of tracking your current usage.

    2. Install Set CPU - free for XDA members from here, but also available on the Market.

    After setting your Main Screen to 'OnDemand' and 'Set on Boot', assign SetCPU a couple of profiles. I tend to use:

    >> Screen Off: Max/Min 245000, Scaling 'OnDemand', Priority 50%
    >> Battery <25% Max 384000/Min 245000, Scaling 'OnDemand', Priority 50%

    You can play to your hearts content here, but these give me consistently 7ma in Standby.

    Also, you can reduced the sampling rate to 20000 and 'Set on Boot' in Advanced if you like.

    3. Avoid power hungry background stuff like animated wallpapers and turn off GPS, Wireless etc. There are LOADS of apps out there that can do this automatically for you free from the market, but I have found that making sure my GPS is off (I have a widget to show me) plus SetCPU is plenty. It may work for you though.

    4. Some have reported that Darkstone's suggestion makes a major difference to their power consumption:

    "To fix high power drain / usage in standby (60mA or 70mA) disable 'Use wireless networks' in Settings>Location menu. You will now get 7mA or less constantly. I discovered this as the main culprit last night. Also works in other builds."


    Anyway, there you go - a few consolidated thoughts - happy NANDing!
    9
    waited so long for this :) great work to all of DFT and a happy new year to you!
    7
    great job Cotulla , GO GO GO !!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
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