Smartphone HTC HD2, thanks to the efforts of enthusiasts from the resource XDA, has received a firmware update to the sixth version of Android. Fans of the legendary device, released in October 2009, were able to create port Android Marshmallow for your machine.
At the moment, the system is still full of flaws and provides comfortable work with your smartphone. The creators of the firmware failed to achieve the proper functioning of the display, Wi-Fi, camera, speakers, and connectivity to PC in Design Mode.
The same problem occurred in the early stages of adaptation and earlier versions of the operating system from Google, but from time they fix.
Recall that the HTC HD2, which was positioned as a competitor to iPhone, has characteristics that still are not obsolete. 4.3-inch capacitive screen with a resolution of 800×480, 500 MB RAM and a 5 megapixel camera on the smartphone in the budget can be found today.
Initially HD2 worked almost forgotten already running Windows Mobile 6.5. Later, fans have been developed Android ports 2, 4 and 5, Windows Phone 7, 8 and Windows RT, Ubuntu and Ubuntu Touch, MeeGo, and Firefox OS. There have been attempts to install iOS, but they were unsuccessful.
Now, fans of the legendary machine can test on it and the latest version of Android. Ironically, to do so they were lucky before the holders of the majority of smartphones released this year.