Android is full with customization. You can change lot of things especially on user interface. And now you can have Xperia Arc Launcher on your Android phone too. No need to buy a new Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc to enjoy Xperia Arc Launcher.
More and more NAND Android ROMs that use ClockworkMod Recovery method out there. ClockworkMod Recovery is the best way to install NAND Android. Why? You can backup and restore ROM using Nandroid easily. No need to worry about the long process to install back all your applications when phone crashed. Here are the top 5 NAND Android Zip ROMs that support ClockworkMod Recovery method. Ultimate Droid, Google Nexus One, HTC Desire HD, CyanogenMod 6 and HTC Desire builds, pick one that you like…
Yeah… Here is another SD MAGLDR Android ROM ~ DL DesireZ. It is based on HTC Desire Z, Android 2.2.1 Froyo and using Tytung Kernel. And it supports landscape view ~ HTC Sense Rotatable Launcher which includes Music app, Weather app, FM Radio, HTC Contacts in landscape mode.
I tried DL DesireZ in SD MAGLDR format. Here is the NAND version with A2SD+ support. It is based on HTC Desire Z, Android 2.2.1 Froyo and using Tytung Kernel. And it supports landscape view ~ HTC Sense Rotatable Launcher which includes Music app, Weather app, FM Radio, HTC Contacts in landscape mode.
Ultimate Droid 2.5 is not a stranger for me. I am using JDMS Ultimate v1.6.2 build which is based on Ultimate Droid 2.5. Both of them are based on Android 2.2.1 Froyo. But Ultimate Droid 2.5 is using Rafpigna 1.8 OC Kernel while JDMS Ultimate is using Hastarin 8.6N Kernel. How does Ultimate Droid 2.5 for HTC HD2 which cooked by XDA Developer, crawlingcity performs?