By Legacy | November 7, 2009 12:48 PM
Windows Mobile users, specifically the guys on PPCGeeks, sure do love tinkering with their devices. In the last couple months, we’ve seen Touch Pro2 mods for gaining access to the soft reset button through the battery cover and also custom dye jobs. So, it’s not surprising to see yet another modification.
A Sprint Touch Pro2 user, 510jungleboy, couldn’t sit around and wait for 32GB Micro SDHC memory cards to finally hit the market, so he decided to hack his device to register full sized SD cards. The hack involves using an SD to Micro-SD flexible adapter and some precision hardware dissection. This isn’t his first stint with such an endeavor either. He actually performed the same modification on his HTC Touch and Touch Pro over the past year. Of course, this time he had to figure out a way to make it work, as best as possible, with the Touch Pro2′s side mounted card slot.
While 510jungleboy has become a seasoned pro at hacking his phones for 32GB memory glory, he seems to be the only user willing to do it. For that, we applaud him. The hacked Touch Pro2, pictured below, clearly won’t win any beauty pageants, but it’s what’s on the inside that counts, right?