Unofficial Android Jelly Bean Ported To HTC HD2News — By Naveen Vaidhya on July 17, 2012 at 5:14 am
For die-heart fans of Android, the HTC HD2 may not be a household name; however the prominence of circa 2009 Windows Mobile can’t be unassuming. In a day and age when 12 months old machines are believed obsolete, when pack leaders moderate with the season and specs recover at a roasting pace, the HD2 discover that it is probable to build devices, which have time-transcending, intrinsic value.
Windows Mobile has dropped enormously, however the HD2 community has kept on trucking. Fans has ported a numerous forms of operating system to device, breathing fresh life in what would otherwise become a technological relic and we have seen HD2 running Gingerbread, MeeGo, Ice Cream Sandwich, Windows Phone 7.5 also Ubuntu.
Jelly Bean is not diverse from ICS; therefore it is no surprise that few industrious people got a way to port the new form of Android to venerable HTC HD2. To gain the importance of this achievement, believe that HD2 is regarding the similar age with Android 2.0 Éclair.
The port is nothing without flaw, however it is remain a pre-alpha form, therefore we can estimate little progress. For now features, which do not work are web-browsing, camera, and Google Now. You get mobile data, calls, USB mass storage, Bluetooth, SMS, and much more. However the port is not by any means a daily driver.