The latest stable build of Android Froyo ported to HTC HD2 is shubCRAFT 1.5. As far as I’ve tested the device, everything seem to work really fine. The biggest surprise that comes for HD2 owners is that you can now select the OS you wish to boot into right from the a boot screen! There is no static or fizz sound while making calls, notification LEDs work and so does all your hard buttons. Google Navigation, Android Market place and all Apps that I downloaded and tested work absolutely fine. Performance wise, shu8i and ElBartoME have burnt the midnight oil to make things really really fast. 3G now gives you blazing speeds and the browser is pretty quick to respond. Because HD2 is massive in terms of hardware, you can assured that Live wallpapers run without a jerk and do not produce lag in the system. With earlier shubCRAFT builds, users had to switch to Windows Mobile now and then to connect to a computer to transfer files, which is no longer a need now.
The only con is that you cannot upgrade to shubCRAFT 1.5 if you’re running any shubCRAFT 1.x. The reason for this is that the entire files-ystem has been changed and updated and for this very reason you would have to take backup of your files and then transfer them back over to you new and fresh install of shubCRAFT 1.5
Follow the steps below to have shubCRAFT 1.5 up and running on your HTC HD2:-
Follow this at your own risk. HTC HD2 has not been natively available for Android, and it has been possible only die to contributions made by individual developers working on porting Froyo to HD2. You might loose the warranty when you install Froyo on HD2