by Daniel Webster | February 18, 2010 12:30 AM
About a week ago Brandon posted a news article about how to get 3G speeds in the US on at&t's network and we recently acquired one and decided to test it out. In this video we demonstrate the HTC HD2 running at 3G/HSDPA on at&t's network. The phones that we have matched up against each other are the HTC Telstra HD2 (T9193) and the LG eXpo. Both devices sport a 1ghz Snapdragon processor and have the capability of operating on at&t's 850Mhz 3G network. The Telstra HD2's connection settings are unfortunately locked to Telstra's Next-G 3G network but the device comes SIM unlocked. To use the ...
by Legacy | January 28, 2010 9:39 AM
When the monstrous specs for the U.S. version of the HD2 were revealed, many current HD2 owners were a little peeved to find that it'll have a lot more RAM and ROM available than its predecessor. The unit slated to be released in the U.S. will have 1GB of ROM and 576MB of RAM, compared to 512MB of ROM and 448MB of RAM found on current HD2s. This lead to the theory that the U.S. version will be upgradeable to Windows Mobile 7, while the original version gets left behind. Recently, current owners have gone from angry to hopeful, as there's news that all HD2s may have 576MB of RAM available ...
by Anton D. Nagy | November 9, 2009 1:38 PM
HTC HD2 hasn't even hit the markets yet, with some minor exceptions but we already have custom ROMs made by XDA Developers and HTCPedia. The only thing in their way now, besides the lack of the HD2, is a HardSPL. What's a HardSPL? HardSPL is a modified (hacked) bootloader which allows a much safer flashing process to take place since it reduces the chance of permenently bricking your device. It also removes the need to CID Unlock (vendor lock) is put on your device by the manufacturer to prevent installation of a ROM not released by them) the device since it ALWAYS reports SuperCID when ...
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