Finally, I tested HTC Desire Z Android ROM for HTC HD2. I don’t care much about it because why we need to have hardware keyboard ROM on HTC HD2. Based on xda-developer, dandiest, HTC Desire Z has exactly the same features, but in some sense, lighter than Desire HD, which is more suitable for HD2. The build is based on latest Desire Z v1.72.466.4, Cedesmith new Initrd and Hastarin r8.6 kernel. And running Android 2.2.1. No harm to try it out, right?
Extremely high I/O score in Quadrant. I wonder why it means… By the way, I changed the folder name from ‘desire_z’ to ‘Android’ and changed the startup.txt setting to ease one click Android Launcher.
Installation guide ~ How to install Android 2.2 Froyo on HTC HD2?
Download dandiest Desire Z v0.2.1 [Kernel: Hastarin r8.6] ROM here.