It took less than a week after the official announcement of the Desire HD for the rooting community to get a hold of the ROM of the device and start tinkering with it. Now the ROM is being run on several devices: the HTC HD2, the Droid Incredible, the EVO 4G, and the HTC Desire.
The build seems to be working okay with all of the devices although there are a few bugs. The biggest drawbacks so far are a lack of camera function as well as missing 4G and WiFi functionality on the hacked ROM. Aside from the obvious bugs, the folks at XDA Developers seem to be having a good time with the fast booting Desire HD firmware. Not bad work for less than a week. Here's a look at the boot sequence:
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:19 am CDT
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