[Video-How to] Install Android and WP7 on HTC HD2

Thanks to the guys over at XDA dev forums, this video shows you how to install both Android and WP7 on your HTC HD2. Follow the walk-through video above to make your hot little HD2 dual boot both OS’. And note that we are not responsible if you brick your device.

[via XDA dev forums]


Non-rooted Nexus gets dressed up in Samsung TouchWiz UI

Looks like the guys over at XDA Dev site put together an app that allows the Samsung TouchWiz UI to load up on your Nexus One. Why someone would want to spoil the pure Android OS is beyond me, but I have to admit that it looks pretty damn nice. It works with both Eclair and Froyo so if you have an hankering for some TouchWiz juice, head on over to their site and check it out.

[via XDA Developers thru Engadget]

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HTC EVO 4G loses 30fps video limit; gets 802.11n WiFi

Oh EVO. How you make me so happy. Not only are you big and beautiful but you keep the devs busy. HTC shipped the EVO 4G with a cap on the graphic output. Now devs decided to take things into their own hands and uncap that little snafu. The guys at xda-developers decided to get their coding mitts on and pump out the needed lines to remove this limit.

Also, HTC didn’t allow 802.11n WiFi when the EVO 4G was shipped. Again, xda-developers decided to give this puppy the needed code to enable EVO to use the band. So if you’re interested in doing both to your EVO, hit the break for videos and links on how to enable both features on your EVO 4G. Read more of this post

[How to + Video] Dual booting and porting Android Froyo 2.2. to your iPhone 3G – a complete guide

Got a hankering for porting Android 2.2 Froyo OS to your iPhone 3G? Well your instructions are below. Make sure to understand: Fonefrenzy is not responsible if you brick your iPhone 3G or any other phone for that matter, ever!

The success of porting Android 2.2 Froyo to iPhone 3G was achieved by development team and all works fine except its WiFi and Audio. However user will still be able to make a phone call and send SMS via iPhone 3G on Android 2.2 Froyo. Hit the link for instructions.

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[How To] DIYers Crack Open WinMo Phones To Install Android

crobs808 over at the XDA Dev forum put together a great how to on how to install Android on your current WinMo device. Suddenly, I expect a ferw of the HD2 owners to take a serious look at the forums and instructions to figure out the best way to install this on their brand new T-Mobile HTC handset. Hit the link for the full breakdown. Read more of this post

Gettin’ Fennic Wit’ It: Firefox Goes Mobile – Rough Fennic Running On Android

grainysand of XDA dev forum posted some pics of Fennic running on Android. The guys over at Android central forums posted some videos. MartinSchirr of Android Forums gets credit for port to Android and we expect a full release later this year.

[via XDA-Developers, Android Forums]

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Milestone Firmware Successfully Ported to USA Droid; Included Multi-touch

Looks like AllDroid’s Eugene and Barakinflorida put their own device on the line to demonstrate that the Milestone’s firmware has been successfully ported over to the American version, the Droid.  Most impressive about this port is that the multi-touch interface is there in all it’s smooth glory. You can expect Eugene to have a cooked up ROM ready for download in a few days.

[via Engadget]

iPhone Hacks Allows Stealing of Bank Details in Europe; USA Next?

Looks like another hack has hit jail-broken iPhones in Europe again. This time, the worm attacks “jail-broken” phones and redirects ING bank’s customers to a lookalike site with a log-in screen. Currently the Netherland folks who are using their iPhones for internet banking with Dutch online bank are the ones being affected.

The new worm is more serious than the first because it can behave like a botnet, warns F-Secure, and allows the hacker to remotely control and access the phone. In addition, all this can be spread via WiFi and affect other iPhones connected to an open WiFi network.

[via BBC]