Last we saw of the efforts to get Android 2.2 Froyo running on the HTC HD2
, the Google OS would load but there were some potentially deal-breaking 3G and audio issues. Happily the xda-developers community never sleeps, and now a new ROM release
delivers what looks to be a 99-percent complete Froyo experience for the HD2.
shot a video demo of the new ROM in action, complete with a Minimal Matte skin that provides a neatly different user experience not only to the HD2's original Windows Mobile 6.5.3 OS but what you'll find on true HTC Android handsets. WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth (aside from the HID profile), 3G, the camera (including flash) and most other things are functional, so this sounds like a ROM you could actually comfortably live with day to day.