Everyone is talking about Gingerbread and when it will be released officially. The new UI is incomplete at this stage for new devices and unreleased one as well., Incomplete leaks have been tickling us during Holiday Seasons Take a look at this article and you will see that the Nexus One and HTC HD2 will have the luxury of having this new interface on them. It is only a matter of time until the developers perfect this new interface in time for HTC HD2 release.
With Gingerbread freely distributed to the open-source masses, it probably won’t surprise you to hear there already a custom ROM for Google’s darling Nexus One. But what if we told you Android 2.3 is now available for the HTC HD2 as well? That’s right, the Windows Mobile 6.5 powerhouse can now snap off a sugary piece of the same Android code, and from what we hear in the XDA-developers forums, it works pretty decently, too. Like the Samsung Galaxy S we saw getting the green tie treatment this morning, the HTC HD2 and Nexus One don’t exactly have stable, fully functional builds, but as long as you know what you’re doing and don’t need petty luxuries like cameras, GPS receivers and official Google apps, you’ll probably be just fine. Find files and a modicum of instruction at our source links below.
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