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How to improve HTC HD2? Use energy ROM!

I'm really satisfied with my cell phone HTC HD2. I've bought the device in February and I truly like the change, the innovation.

Logically, I've started to consider flash HD2 by one of many ROM's developed by guys around xda-developers.

There were three main reasons why I did it.
  • the device suffers by child ailment like wrong delivering of SMS. I've no time to watch and search forums and apply released patches
  • there are a lot of handful applications around HD2
  • there are a lot kinds of settings, it's hard to fine tune the device
The most widely known rom is the Energy rom.

What do you need to do to flash your device? There are two simple steps described in details within the article. Note that you should make the all flash stuff on the notebook to prevent against the blackout.

What the energy ROM brings me?

  • I have got the updated device all the time as I'm flashing it couple times per month. The rom contains almost 40 applications, see the complete list
  • HD2 keeps alive almost three days per one charge! This is the best improvement at all
  • the fine tuned and fresh graphic of sense environment, see screenshots, note that there are seven different graphics designs!
  • the fine tuned environment, all applications works together in the complete bundle
  • the whole device is faster, this is the main reason why "energy" :-)
 NRGZ28 made and is making the great work, I like it and I appreciate that! I also have to admit that sometimes the HD2 went down without any reason but it happen a few times.

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