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[Not-Useful]Help me find a rom, Please.

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I am willing to find a rom.

The acer liquid htc desire hd port, for our liquid(android 2.2).

i found it on forum

but no Luck the download link is broken(almost all links are dead).

I need the rom for testing purposes of my application(so i don't care about bug and everything else, i care if it boots)

I hope somebody here may have it58.gif

Please some help me find it or share it with me.

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149 views on my post and no replies, i sure hope somebody got the Desire Hd port for Acer Liquid, Please Help!4.gif

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149 views on my post and no replies, i sure hope somebody got the Desire Hd port for Acer Liquid, Please Help!4.gif

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Yes, but WHERE is it, that's another problem... (And if i have it)

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Yes, but WHERE is it, that's another problem... (And if i have it)

What do you mean?? i found the links on this topic.

and links are dead, do you really have this rom??

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What do you mean?? i found the links on this topic.

and links are dead, do you really have this rom??

Yes had it. But i've some problem...

Some days ago, my Hard Drive thank that would be the best moment to stop functionning. I was not able to detect it (was full of data, projects, rom, programs, sources,..) And to re-detect it, the only way was to low-level formt it. But i lost all my work on it, and all my files (i'm not a champion at making backups). Now the drive make a "clic-clic" when i start it, i think there's a hardware problem in it, but can't open it. So i think i will buy another one, but i've not the money for it now, as i'm a student... :(

I searched all my drives and USB drives but i've only some liquid files/ROMs :unsure: Sorry, maybe another one :unsure:

All this to say i've not. :blush:

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Now the drive make a "clic-clic" when i start it, i think there's a hardware problem in it, but can't open it. So i think i will buy another one, but i've not the money for it now, as i'm a student...

Same thing happened to my Western Digital 160GB hard drive, something caused the drive to fail and when i did a low-level format it had too many bad sectors so it clicks when the needle tries to skip the bad sectors (that's what i read somewhere)

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Same thing happened to my Western Digital 160GB hard drive, something caused the drive to fail and when i did a low-level format it had too many bad sectors so it clicks when the needle tries to skip the bad sectors (that's what i read somewhere)

Yes, with bad sectors, it makes a little "tic" or more, but me it's a "clic-clic" like

from 0:12 (don't see how he repair it, i know) Edited by Ainillia
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Yes had it. But i've some problem...

Some days ago, my Hard Drive thank that would be the best moment to stop functionning. I was not able to detect it (was full of data, projects, rom, programs, sources,..) And to re-detect it, the only way was to low-level formt it. But i lost all my work on it, and all my files (i'm not a champion at making backups). Now the drive make a "clic-clic" when i start it, i think there's a hardware problem in it, but can't open it. So i think i will buy another one, but i've not the money for it now, as i'm a student... :(

I searched all my drives and USB drives but i've only some liquid files/ROMs :unsure: Sorry, maybe another one :unsure:

All this to say i've not. :blush:

O don't worry about the rom i will find it somewhere, if you had it someone else will have it too.

Too bad to here your hard drive is not functioning, i also love hard drives and really once i lost a huge amount of my work and important files on my brother's laptop's hard drive(actually i never thought laptop hard disk will do that, that was the only backup102.gif), i some how rescued a lot of data by Recovery softwares.

You can try giving the hard disk for a repair.

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