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crosis001

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i JUST BOUGHT MY NEW HTC HD2 AKA LEO :) AND IT CAME WITH A ROM VERSION OF:

ROM VER: 1.43.405.1 (70124) WWE
RADIO VERSION: 2.04.50.22_2
AND A 2.5 MANILLA VERSION


I HAVE FOUND AND DOWNLOADED 2 NEWER VERSIONS OF ROMS FOR THE WWE EDITION:

THE

1.66.405.2 WWE VERSION WITH 2.06.51.07 RADIO VERSION

AND THE

1.48.405.2 WWE VERSION WITH 2.05.51.05 RADIO VERSION


ARE THESE THE CORRECT ROMS ACCORDING TO THE ROM VERSION I HAVE RIGHT NOW? AND WHICH ONE IS THE BEST GO WITH? SHOULD I GO STR8 WITH THE 1.66 UPGRADE?

THANKS FOR YOUR TIME!
HTC HD2 ROCKS ;)

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1.66 is newer so go with that, are those stock roms or ones done by chefs?
Before you instal a new ROM, follow this giude:

http://forum.xda-dev...ad.php?t=623356

You dont have to worry about HARD-SPL if your installing a stock rom so ignore that part. MTTY will clean up the ROM partition so a new install is clean. If you dont do this you may find your new install (even if its stock) buggy and slow. I installed a new stock ROM without running MTTY and had an increasing amount of problems, they were all fixed when i used MTTY.

Good luck.

Edited by Maxwell Newton, 22 March 2010 - 11:22 AM.

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I HAVE DOWNLOADED THE NEW ROMS FROM HTC. SHOULD I JUST GO STR8 TO THE UPGRADE WITHOUT TWEECKS?

1.66 is newer so go with that, are those stock roms or ones done by chefs?Before you instal a new ROM, follow this giude:http://forum.xda-dev...ad.php?t=623356You dont have to worry about HARD-SPL if your installing a stock rom so ignore that part. MTTY will clean up the ROM partition so a new install is clean. If you dont do this you may find your new install (even if its stock) buggy and slow. I installed a new stock ROM without running MTTY and had an increasing amount of problems, they were all fixed when i used MTTY.Good luck.


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First of all i would find the caps lock key on your keyboard.....

Then run MTTY, and finally install whatever ROM you like.

Edited by Maxwell Newton, 22 March 2010 - 07:45 PM.

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