[APP] Android Loader v6.0 Final for HD2

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DaimyoDan

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New to this :)

Hi all just bought my first HD2. I'm setting up my custom builds etc. My main ROM im using for every day use is Artemis HD. I've used HSPL4 to flash it to the NAND and I'd like a nice android rom to install to sd for when I feel like using it ;).

But the one I'd like to install I think is the wrong format. Is it set so it's able to be used with your lovely loader? :) its the Froyosense. (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=950035)

As i understand it, it's an SD build so you wouldn't need a loader to run it (as i say i'm new to this ;) ) but I like the sound of your loader as it seems very accessible from restart to main screen etc.

If it's not setup for your loader can someone tell me what kind of rom I need to look for or a link to a similar rom that works would be very helpful.

Thanks in advance
 

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Hi all just bought my first HD2. I'm setting up my custom builds etc. My main ROM im using for every day use is Artemis HD. I've used HSPL4 to flash it to the NAND and I'd like a nice android rom to install to sd for when I feel like using it ;).

But the one I'd like to install I think is the wrong format. Is it set so it's able to be used with your lovely loader? :) its the Froyosense. (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=950035)

As i understand it, it's an SD build so you wouldn't need a loader to run it (as i say i'm new to this ;) ) but I like the sound of your loader as it seems very accessible from restart to main screen etc.

If it's not setup for your loader can someone tell me what kind of rom I need to look for or a link to a similar rom that works would be very helpful.

Thanks in advance
Yes the Android loader will work fine with that rom :)

Mark.
 

m_tello77

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Sorry to post it here, but I think you are the one to ask. so please bear with me

I have HSPL 2.8 installed.
Installed your mskip_Android_Loader_V6.0_Final.
my Rom is: 1.66.707.1 WWE
Radio: 2.06.51.07
on SD Card: SD\IceCream\ ... I had extracted the Android ICECreamTostidroid

when launching ANDROID, I get the bar scrolling, and then a black screen with very very small letters... I had to use a magnifier to read it... it says as best I can read it:
Haret Boot
shutting down hardware
In preloader
psr:60000df
....
...
Jumping to Kernel

and it stays there, I tried keeping it 15 min.. and nothing happens...

please Advice...
p.s. even going to the directory and running CLRCAD and then HARET results the same..

please guide me to a link to what to do....

Regards.
 

mskip

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Sorry to post it here, but I think you are the one to ask. so please bear with me

I have HSPL 2.8 installed.
Installed your mskip_Android_Loader_V6.0_Final.
my Rom is: 1.66.707.1 WWE
Radio: 2.06.51.07
on SD Card: SD\IceCream\ ... I had extracted the Android ICECreamTostidroid

when launching ANDROID, I get the bar scrolling, and then a black screen with very very small letters... I had to use a magnifier to read it... it says as best I can read it:
Haret Boot
shutting down hardware
In preloader
psr:60000df
....
...
Jumping to Kernel

and it stays there, I tried keeping it 15 min.. and nothing happens...

please Advice...
p.s. even going to the directory and running CLRCAD and then HARET results the same..

please guide me to a link to what to do....

Regards.
If you have HardSPL 2.08 flashed then I would say the first thing to try is updating your Radio to the latest version which is 2.15.50.14. It is recommended that your Radio should be at least 2.08 so your current Radio doesnt meet that requirement.

Mark.
 
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m_tello77

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If you have HardSPL 2.08 flashed then I would say the first thing to try is updating your Radio to the latest version which is 2.15.50.14. It is recommended that your Radio should be at least 2.08 so your current Radio doesnt meet that requirement.

Mark.

Thank you Mr., Mark for your quick reply, of which I highly appreciate.
my Radio is 2.06.51.07...

I will search for an update and method to update.. and try again.. thanks..
will provide feed-back when done...
 

Szczepanik

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Ice Cream Tostidroid

As well as new radio, Folder name should be ICS - see
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1492488


Sorry to post it here, but I think you are the one to ask. so please bear with me

I have HSPL 2.8 installed.
Installed your mskip_Android_Loader_V6.0_Final.
my Rom is: 1.66.707.1 WWE
Radio: 2.06.51.07
on SD Card: SD\IceCream\ ... I had extracted the Android ICECreamTostidroid

when launching ANDROID, I get the bar scrolling, and then a black screen with very very small letters... I had to use a magnifier to read it... it says as best I can read it:
Haret Boot
shutting down hardware
In preloader
psr:60000df
....
...
Jumping to Kernel

and it stays there, I tried keeping it 15 min.. and nothing happens...

please Advice...
p.s. even going to the directory and running CLRCAD and then HARET results the same..

please guide me to a link to what to do....

Regards.

Cheers
Tom
 
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Szczepanik

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IceCreamTosti

Advice
  1. Post in the correct thread - this one isn't it (see my previous post)
  2. Press the thanks button if someone has helped you
  3. Search the forums before posting - an answer to your wifi question is in the HD2 ICS FAQ wiki that I helped setup up

Well, Thanks.. it launched.... yet I failed to connect to Wifi... when I set it to ON
and hit Scan, nothing happens.. any advise...
 

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    where is your thanks button ?
    Next to the EDIT button at the bottom of the post you want to thank?

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    [APP] Ubuntu Loader v1.0 for HD2

    This app will load Ubuntu before WindowsMobile boots up (into the screen) but it has more features too
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    For starters you can load Ubuntu easily once you are already using Windows. It comes with a cool looking icon so you can add it to Sense or Mobile Shell or whatever you use as your day to day interface.

    On installation you can also set the Ubuntu Loader to ask you what you want to do as soon as WindowsMobile boots up. If you select 'yes' then everytime Windows boots up you can choose between loading Ubuntu or carrying on into Windows. If my Android loader is detected with the Startup option set then this will be disabled for Ubuntu.

    You will also be asked on installation to select the folder where your Ubuntu files are (no typing needed). This is mainly to get round the problem of different language Roms but its also useful if Ubuntu is put in a different folder
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    Another NEW feature is a Windows Link (with icon) that will Soft Reset your phone and then load straight into Ubuntu without any prompts. This is for people who want to load Ubuntu after Windows has been running for a while, but want to reset the phone before loading it.

    DONT ASK IN THIS THREAD ABOUT QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS WITH UBUNTU. THIS IS TO BE KEPT JUST ABOUT THE UBUNTU LOADER.

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    Useage:

    1. Make sure you have the Ubuntu files copied to your Storage Card already.

    2. Install the cab to DEVICE Memory.

    3. You will now be asked if you want a prompt everytime you start WindowsMobile to run
    Ubuntu or continue to Windows. If you select No you wont get this.

    4. You will now be asked which
    Ubuntu links you want displayed in the Start Menu (Ubuntu, Ubuntu with Soft Reset or Both).

    5. You will now be asked select the folder where your
    Ubuntu build is copied to. You only have to do this once, it will remember the settings until you uninstall the program.

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    Enjoy
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    hate to seem stupid but im new to all this how long should the cab take to install mines been going for a good five minutes
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    I read the same thing, but I am not sure what substance there is to it.

    Needless to say both bootloader programs prompt you to choose at the start after powering on the device so I would tend to beleive you need to.

    Simple answer to this dilema though is to run the shortcut as soon as Windows loads, infact I've read some people turn off HTC Sense so it loads up quicker when starting and then select to load Android... not tried myself, but sounds like a reasonable idea!
    No need to turn off HTC Sense it doesnt affect the running of Android in any way :)

    Mark.