Wow… Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread (GRJ90) is here on HTC HD2. Yes, I am still updating HTC HD2 related stuffs. No worry… What are the new features of Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread (GRJ90)? I can’t find the exact feature list but NFC transceiver support was for sure. Don’t ever think about NFC on HTC HD2 nor even my new Samsung Galaxy S2 because both of them don’t have NFC hardware support. Anyway, it does not stop us from upgrading to the latest Android build, right? Something good might also come along with it. By the way, this build also includes Tytung GPS Libraries v1.8.
Yeah… The latest Android 2.3.5 (GRJ90) Gingerbread is available on HTC HD2. What are Android 2.3.5 features? You tell me. Anyway, I am looking forward for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (a combination of Gingerbread and Honeycomb) which should be available on Q4 2011. Here is the best Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread NAND Android ROM for HTC HD2. They are based on CyanogenMod 7, MIUI and AOSP stock Gingerbread for Nexus One.
XDA Developer, boyppc has lot of good Android builds for HTC HD2. They are CM7 Sense.s, CM7 HoneyComB, MIUI, Desire HD and HTC Sense 2.1 & 3.0 builds. Most of them are updated to the latest Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread except HTC builds. I took Ginger 2.3.4 HoneyComB as testing. And Google Talk with video and voice chats is working. Be sure to check out XDA website for other builds.
Do you know how do CM7 + Sense look like? Well, you can see it for yourself with BOYPPC-SHIFTPDA GINGER-SENSE_S NAND Android ROM. It combines both of the wonderful worlds into one. Basically, it is CyanogenMod 7 ROM + LauncherPro Sense UI. There are People, Bookmarks, Calendar, Messaging, Twitter, Facebook, Friends and Gmail LauncherPro Sense Widgets to choose. A nice combination for those wants HTC Sense look and CM7 performance.
Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread (GRJ22) is the latest and greatest Android for phone. Here are the best Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread NAND Android ROM for HTC HD2. All of them are equipped with Google Talk v1.3 which support video and voice chats. They are based on Google Nexus One, CyanogenMod 7 and MIUI. Download and install to try them out…