Once again, the developer of the custom ROM community impress with a daring project: For the elderly plenty HTC HD2, which originally came in 2009 with Windows Mobile 6.5 on the market, a firmware is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow been published. Despite the far from dewy hardware, new OS version runs surprisingly smoothly on the HTC HD2.
Some smartphones refuse vehemently against their retirement: The HTC HD2 has still receive now for 6 years under his belt and is due to the many possibilities with regard to the software from the community alive. After the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow it was basically just a matter of time before enterprising developers try on a port - now a custom ROM is actually published based on the latest version of Android.
This is an unofficial version of the CyanogenMod 13, published in the forum of XDA Developers. Alltagstauglich the firmware is not yet by far, as the telephony does not work as well as the transmission of data via USB is not possible. Apart from the missing features but this ROM does a surprisingly good impression: The HD2 is indeed equipped with a 1GHz processor and meager 576 MB of RAM, but in terms of performance there's not much to complain about except for the one or the other of reflection. Quite possible that in the near future an everyday marshmallow-ROM can be placed on the legs by further updates. Currently it does not certainly looks after that the HTC HD2 is finally goes into retirement.
Source: XDA Developers via Smart Droid
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