HTC HD2 runs Android 4.4 KitKat unified Android on the way


The HD2 has been broadly altered through the years to run almost every versatile OS believably incorporating Windows Phone 7 and 8, different Linux circulations, and obviously, Android. The principal Android form to hit the HD2 was Android 2.2 Froyo, which appears to be an inaccessible memory. What’s more now, it can run Android 4.4 Kit Kat. The HD2 had awesome specs in its day, incorporating a 1ghz single-center processor, 512/1gb of RAM, and that huge 4.3 inch show.
It was additionally the first Windows Mobile apparatus to back capacitive multi-touch screens. Up until then, Windows Mobile gadgets had been dull resistive screens since Windows Mobile itself did not back capacitive presentations. HTC custom-based own programming on top of Windows Mobile to include multi-touch capacitive back to the HD2. There are individuals who proceed to utilize the HD2 for the sole reason for utilizing it as an alteration unit. There have even been stories of organizations proceeding to utilize it since it can in any case run Windows Mobile 6.5 which a few organizations still require for old, legacy applications.

HTC HD2 Kitkat

The custom Kit Kat Rom, called Slimkat, originates from XDA-Developers and is accessible in beta today. As per the gathering string, there are numerous things that still don’t work with this manufacture, and it is more expected as a test construct for HD2 clients to go for.

It appears that most clients are having triumph booting it, yet the vital things like Wifi and portable information are still not working. The principle focus here is that Kit-kat is running on a gadget that was started in late 2009 or early 2010 (contingent upon business sector) and which never ran Android formally. The handset packs a 1ghz single-center Qualcomm Scorpion processor and 512mb of RAM, in the event that you were pondering. This is an alternate bit of confirmation that shows Kit-kat could be commissioned on an assortment of more senior Android devices, particularly the more prevalent handsets, which is precisely what Google might need. So, will you be giving Kit Kat an attempt on older Android gadget?