Yeah… I should post this article long time ago. HTC HD2 has lot of custom Android ROMs. But I don’t like most of the ringtones that come along. So how to create custom ringtones, alarms, and notification sounds for Android? The task is as simple as ABC by using Ringdroid. It is an Android application for editing and creating your own ringtones, alarms, and notification sounds. And supports MP3, AAC/MP4, WAV and 3GPP/AMR file formats.
Posted by Jayce Ooi as Software
Who care about Windows Live activation code? Haha… I don’t care because I failed to get it. I called Microsoft Malaysia for Windows Live activation code but they referred me to HTC to get the code. So what should I do without the code? No worry, Windows Marketplace on your phone is not the only place to install Windows Phone 7 applications. We have Windows Phone 7 Marketplace for Windows PC with XAP Installer…
Windows Phone 7 Marketplace for Windows PC
Yeah… Who need to buy a new HTC HD7 when you have the all mighty HTC HD2? Yes, with Windows Phone 7 loaded on HTC HD2, you are one step closer to make your HTC HD2 into HTC HD7. The LEO “Stock” NAND Windows Phone 7 ROM does not have any HTC applications that come along with HTC HD7. So all we need to do is install them by ourselves.
HTC Applications for Windows Phone 7 HTC HD2
My Windows Phone 7 on HTC HD2 is useless without unlock. Why? I cannot access to Windows Marketplace, XBOX Live or use any Windows Live Services without getting Windows Phone 7 activated. Even that I can access, can I? Hmm… Malaysia does not support them yet. Therefore, the only way to install applications without Windows Marketplace is to use 3rd party software. And that requires your Windows Phone 7 to be unlocked first.
Thanks for xda-developer, ceesheim for coming out this guide. And here is the detail step by step guide that I have gone through…
HTC HD2 is going to be phone of the year 2011 again. It came with Windows Mobile 6.5 in year 2009 and running Android 2.2 Froyo on SD card on year 2010. Just got NAND Android treatment last month. And here come Windows Phone 7 on HTC HD2. Who dare to say that 5 buttons’ HTC HD2 cannot support Windows Phone 7 now?