It’s a strange thing to say to those who have no idea what we’re talking about, but we definitely love dumps. A dump is essentially all of the information on a phone or an update, or both, including everything you need to virtualize the environment and/or create that environment inside whichever phone you can jam it in. In this case, its an HTC HuaShan’s update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread with the latest installment of Sense. These elements are unavailable in so very many phones at the moment that this situation is exciting for people looking to upgrade their phones to a wacky new higher level.
What in the world is a HuaShan, you ask? It’s essentially the Chinese version of the HTC HD2, a phone of some note. This update is a move toward Gingerbread, an update not available to more than a few models of phones in the entire world today (at least officially, that is,) is one that lets us know that HTC might be pushing Gingerbread to additional devices around the world soon. If you do decided to take this dump and attempt to flash your device with it, it will brick. DO NOT try to take this set of files and flash your device with it.
Instead, this ROM is only for developers to port, thusly unless you know what you’re doing, don’t do much of anything. If you DO know what you’re doing, feel free to help the folks working on this project, TMartin03 and 911sniper, XDA developers the both of them, working to move it forward and upward. You can find the entire dump as well as a place to let the duo know you’d love to offer your assistance over at XDA Developer Forums.
[via XDA Developer Forums]