Want to have NAND Android or Windows Phone 7 on your HTC HD2? SPL-2.08.HSPL from DFT HSPL4 is the very first thing that you need to install. HSPL4 includes SPL-2.08.0000, SPL-2.08.HSPL, SPL-3.03.0000 and SPL-3.03.HSPL. How to Install HSPL4 on HTC HD2? And which HSPL should I install? In short, install SPL-3.03.HSPL if you want to install latest custom Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM. Or install SPL-2.08.HSPL if you want to install NAND Android or Windows Phone 7.
HSPL4 should support all HTC HD2 and T-Mobile HD2 SPL version. And do make sure that you have Windows Mobile Device Center or ActiveSync installed, else HSPL4 cannot detect your HTC HD2 in USB mode. It needs USB drivers from there.
Yeah… DFT team released HSPL4 for all of us finally. Good news for those using latest official HTC HD2 ROM v3.14 because it supports SPL 3.03.0000. Note – SPL-3.03.HSPL only supports Windows Mobile 6.5. You still need to use SPL-2.08.HSPL to use NAND Android and Windows Phone 7. Make sure that you select the correct Hard SPL for your ROM installation.
I thought that I can run away from HSPL3 after getting Android 2.2 Froyo running on official HTC HD2 3.14 ROM. But I was wrong. The latest NAND Android build requires HSPL3. So here is the video and step by step guide to install HSPL3 on HTC HD2.
Yeah… I have Android 2.2 Froyo running on my HTC HD2 right now. That’s the main reason that I flashed HardSPL3 on it. By the way, Android 2.2 is really cool and new to me. Still need lot of time to explore it. Note – Be warned, Installing HSPL may void your warranty. But you can uninstall HSPL before send to service. The support won’t know it. Really cannot resist to have Android on HTC HD2. So I flashed HardSPL3 on my HTC HD2. So far so good…