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Oct 5, 2011

New Custom Mango ROM Available for HTC HD7

HTC HD7 has already started to receive the new Windows Phone Mango operating system flavor, with a nice range of enhancements packed inside, yet those who would like to get some more enhancements on their devices should go for a custom ROM, such as the one available from DeepShining.

The new unofficial ROM for the HTC HD7 is said to be the very first software package to include no less than nine themes for the device. 

Moreover, it is based on the newly shipped ROM for the smartphone, namely HTC Europe 4.05.401.02 build 7.10.7720.68. It features radio version 

Apparently, some of the main features of the new ROM would include:
  • First Worldwide ROM with 9 Themes and 9 Lockscreen Custom Wallpapers plus Black Nokia Accent.
  • Dev/Introp Chevron unlocked
  • XBmod Certificates
  • Unlock Hidden option in ease of access settings
  • Some minor reg Tweaks
  • OEM apps from HTC Omega like HTC Hub, Notes, Attentive phone, HTC Location and HTC Connected Media

One thing that is certain is that the new ROM will offer users the possibility to try a different taste of Windows Phone Mango on their devices, though we should note that this might come at a cost. 

Installing an unofficial software release on a smartphone usually results in voiding the warranty, and users should take this into consideration at all times. 

To install the new DeepShining ROM on their HD7 smartphones, users will need to have RSPL/HSPL installed. Moreover, they should make sure that the battery inside their devices is charged at least at 50 percent, so that they do not run out of juice before the installation process is completed. 

The said ROM is available in the following languages: German, English, Spanish, Italian, French, Czech, Danish, Greek, Finnish, Hungarian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Swedish, Portuguese and World Wide English.

Additional details on the new DeepShining ROM for HD7, as well as the necessary download links, can be found on this thread on XDA-Developers.


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