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Copy the contents of the Android ROM folder from the archive to your Storage Card. Make sure all the files go in a folder called "Android" on your storage card, exactly as you see it in the archive. You can do this on your computer.

After you do all this, either use the "Launch Android" shortcut(s) in the ROM, or simply reboot! If you have problems with Android, and dont want to boot directly in Android simply remove the storage the card from the device to stop the OS from trying to launch Android.

If the OS detects no storage card, it will warn you.

If you find that you don't like this ROM and want to get back to your regular Windows Mobile ROM, turn the phone off (press the End key inside Android or simply pull the battery) and let the phone shutdown.

Pull the storage card out of the phone and turn the phone back on. It will boot to windows. From here, you can flash a full ROM of your choice.


- Go to Settings / Wireless & Networks / Mobile Networks / Access Point Names and push the "windows" key on the device to get the menu to pop out. Here you can add the access point for your provider. For example, it's "wap.voicestream.com" for TMobile USA. You can look this up easily on XDA. This is a required step to get DATA services in Android.

- The "windows" key is your menu key in android.


Have Fun :huh: DOWNLOAD

If you want do sync. your Android with your PC, try HTCSync = http://www.mediafire.com/?m1bblptpfjg7u67



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