HTC HD2 is a wonderful piece of hardware. But if you thought Windows Mobile 6.5 made the software feel a bit old, here is some good news. Folks at the XDA Developers have succeeded in porting Android, Ubuntu and other Linux platforms to the HTC HD2.
Of course, I am nowhere near technical as these people are and will not attempt to give you a step-by-step instruction. But here are some caveats before you hit over to the XDA forum. The procedure is risky and can void your warranty. Besides you run the risk of permanently bricking your phone and so please do proceed with caution.
Still feeling the urge? Click to read the instructions you may need.
Is a new Windows Mobile 6.5 (or so) based Nokia smartphone in the works? This is a rumor that does not have too much of backing, yet is interesting in the backdrop of a leaked internal presentation that shows “Windows” as one of the platforms that Nokia is working on.
For one, this could as well mean Windows Mobile 7 and not the older classic Windows Mobile OS. And that appears more likely. However, with lack of information in this regard, we will just have to wait and watch if Nokia decides to pursue with WinMo 6.5 one more time. What do you think? Possible?
LG’s Fathom, a phone with smart specs, but one of the last Windows 6.5 devices to make it is expected to launch on May 27th. According to sources close to MobileCrunch, the Verizon-tied handset should be available at a price of $99.99 with a two year contract.
[via Mobile Crunch]
HTC HD Mini may not be the uber-cool gizmo with all the latest features. It runs on a Windows mobile platform that is soon to be outed with Windows Phone 7. The CPU processing speed is not breathtaking. Nevertheless, the device itself is impressive and should be an ideal handset for a majority of us.
Dimensions : 2.27″ x 4.09″ x 0.46″
Display : 3.2″ 320 x 480 HVGA screen
Platform : Windows Mobile 6.5 with HTC Sense UI
Processor : 600 MHz
Internal Memory : 512MB ROM and 384MB RAM
Storage : Up to 32GB microSD
Camera : 5 megapixel with auto focus and widescreen photo capture
Connectivity : Tethering enabled, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Battery : Up to 435 minutes talk time and up to 500 hours of standby time
Is your mobile phone running Windows Mobile 6.5? Do you have your mobile phone waking up every now and then to make a random international call? Wait, your phone has contracted a virus. And folks at XDA Developers have now inferred that the virus has been spreading to mobile phones through the download of a game titled “3D Anti Terrorist”
To be fair, the original 3D Anti Terrorist game is a shareware demo which requires users to pay. However, the creators of the virus have published a freeware version of the same that installs the virus on to you rmobile phone.
If your mobile phone appears to contain the virus, click here to view the fixes for the same.
[via XDA Developers]