Posts tagged HTC HD2
HTC HD2 has a pretty useful notification feature. It notifies its users of the upcoming appointment, missed calls new SMS, email messages even when your phone screen is locked. Want a quick and easy way to see the notifications on your sexy Windows Mobile 6.5 powered phone without having to unlock your screen? Find out what you need to do after the jump.
Guess what happened in the magical world of XDA. A Windows Phone 7 ROM has been leaked at the land of hackers which by the way isn’t a bad place to leak out. This ROM will answer a pretty important question – can the upcoming Windows Mobile OS run on the incompatible Windows Phone 7 devices?
Is your HTC HD2 not working the way it should it be? Are you experiencing lagging performance? Do you want to close all the programs in one go? Well I can tell you this it is possible to do so. More details after the jump.
Everyone knows that HTC HD2 is a Windows Mobile Phone, in fact a Windows Mobile 6.5 powered gadget. Just like your Windows PC, this phone also becomes equipped with a task manager that allows you to do tasks such as viewing the programs and processes that are currently live on your phone, switching between active programs or close a particular app. The question that arises here is how to access the Task Manager utility. Check out the answer after the jump.
One of the great things about HTC HD2 is that it large screen size makes it possible to use it as a gaming device. But the sad thing here is that the games that come pre-installed aren’t the most exciting one? How about playing some Flash based games on the Windows Mobile 6.5 device? Yes, let me tell you its possible. Once again the XDA folks are behind this development. Details after the jump.
Here at Geekword, we have written a number of posts focusing on the extremely sexy looking HTC HD2. I just thought why don’t we do something different but similar. A review of the Windows Mobile 6.5 device was one of the thing that came up my mind since it will highlight the plus points as well as the shortcomings of the device. So sit back and read the review after the break.
As bizarre as the title of the post may sound, the crust of the matter is that it is true. A guy named Phil was handed the all sensation HTC HD2 by T-Mobile folks to try out the Windows Mobile 6.5 phone. But guess what Phil did? He put it on the roof of his car and drove away which obviously resulted in the phone falling on a busy road for half an hour. Guess what happened next. Video after the jump.
Ever since the HTC folks announced HTC HD Mini, interested folks have been wondering about the key differences between the HD Mini and HTC HD2. One key difference of course is its size which makes it the younger brother of HD2. Another way to identify the difference is to see both devices in action side by side. PocketNow have done just that and have produced a video of their impressive effort. See the video after the jump.
A few hours back we shared with you a pretty detailed unboxing video of HTC HD Mini, the younger brother of HTC HD2. It would only be fair if we continue our video based tour of this little beauty and show you how the phone actually works and related stuff. So, here is a video that will show you the Windows Mobile 6.5 beauty UI and other functional aspects.
It seems we will be hearing a lot from the HTCPedia folks about the ported Windows Phone 7 ROM on HTC HD2. Just now we shared with you the first video proof which confirmed that the port thing was real and wasn’t the one to throw in the fake bin. To add to that, another video has been shared which shows some of the Windows Phone 7 Series apps running on HD2. Video after the break.