Which Android ROM is the best for HTC HD2? I have no idea. Why? Different people have each own need. So that we have lot of series of smartphones in the market. But HTC HD2 can try lot of them by changing the Android ROM on your SD card. Isn’t that great? Here is the list of my top 10 Android ROM for HTC HD2. They are based on Google Nexus One, CyanogenMod 6.1, MIUI, HTC Desire HD, HTC Desire, HTC EVO 4G, HTC myTouch 4G and HTC Desire Z. Try them to find out which one suit you the most.
Top 5 NAND Android Zip ROMs for HTC HD2
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…
Download Ultimate Droid 3 NAND RAM Android Zip ROM for HTC HD2
JDMS Ultimate v1.6 is the build that I am using daily. It is based on Ultimate Droid 2.5 Froyo edition. And Ultimate Droid 3 is based on Gingerbread. XDA developer, crawlingcity is back to the XDA finally. Here is his latest great Android build ~ Ultimate Droid 3.0.1 RAM edition. It is based on Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread and using Rafpigna 1.7 Kernel.
Download Ultimate Droid 2.5 NAND Android Zip ROM for HTC HD2
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?
How to install applications to SD card directly on Android?
HTC HD2 does not have much internal storage space like native Android phone. It has only 512MB NAND memory to use. And most of them are used by system files and left only around 150MB to 200MB for user data. This is not enough for certain users. This is not a big problem because Android 2.2 Froyo can help to move applications from internal storage to SD card. But this is a manual task…