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Android scans your sd card. When it finds an MP3 playlist (m3u file) it looks for media files in the same path, if it does not find any, it deletes the playlist because it thinks it is empty. To stop this from happening create a file in the folder with the m3u file called .nomedia. This will tell the media scanner to ignore the content in the folder.
It's really hard to say without knowing specifically what previous ROM you were using, but there are two possibilities I can think of: The apps in question were updated to require some new feature that your device doesn't have. (Probably more likely) Your previous ROM had different information in the build.prop file than your current one does. This can ...
The answer is data2sd What does it do? It basically tells Android to use the ext2 partition (once available) on the SD card as internal storage, together with HD2's internal memory. This way you can get up to 4GBs. How to install? As specified in the forum, you can grab the recovery zip (check topic if link goes down) and install it in recovery. It's not ...
No, it is because at first boot (ie: inizialization), Android creates a Battery stat file to calibrate the battery. After the first boot, you can start Android with any battery percentage. If you think that after a long time, the battery percentage is not correctly reported, you can force Android to recreate the stats file with some root utilities available ...
Quite a few people dual boot Nook Colors (internal vs sd card). Take a look at this xda thread on running CM7 on the sd card (for the Nook Color) and this thread about booting from sd card performance. In short, it really depends on the read/write abilities of the sd card you use. A crappy sd card is going to give crappy performance. (Sorry for the ...
According to this article there's a dev over at XDA by the name of DarkStone1337 who built a custom ROM built on Android 2.2 which is designed to run entirely from a HTC HD2's RAM. They claim it's super fast. I know it's not precisely what you're looking for, but I'd read into that and give it a shot if you're so inclined.
It looks like those ROMs just don't support App2SD. Someone else was asking about it: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=12193603&postcount=453
If you want to boot HTC HD2 with Andorid you have 2 possibilities: Use the HTC HD2 Android port that boot from a SD card. Reflash the HTC with an Android custom ROM On XDA-Developers you can find extensive information, tutorials and practically any information you can need to accomplish your objective. Here you can find the diferent forums for each ...
Here's a quickly googled howto/link collection: http://www.htchd2forum.com/android-on-the-hd2/how-to-install-android . Can't really help more without a more specific problem/question.
I have run android from nand and from the sd card. In general performance was better running from nand. However I was recently using American Android on sd and performance was fine. Sense based roms still seem to drag running from sd but non sense roms now seem ok. You can test it out without blowing away your current install. Just download a magldr ...
I hate to sync with cloud/online service. My contacts list is confidential not to be uploaded on Google account. I use dual boot on HD2 and for having the same calendar and contacts on Android HD2, I found MyPhoneExplorer. It will sync your Outlook with your Android device. It is possible to require phone Android drivers. The Contacts were synced with ...
HOW TO TRANSFER/BACKUP DATA FROM WINDOWS MOBILE TO ANDROID To make backups and transfer that data to your Android device, you'll need to install PIM Backup on your Windows Mobile device. Go to www.dotfred.net and download the PIM Backup CAB file for Windows Mobile 6.5 (direct link: http://www.tinyurl.com/PIMBackup65). Move it to your HTC HD2 and install it. ...
1- Root your phone. 2- Install CWM 3- Create a second partition on the sd card. 8 Gb card = second partition 3 Gb. Leaves you 5 Gb storage. 4- Install link2sd from Google store. Link all apps to the second partition. In that way you have all widgets available. 5- You will never have low memory problems again...
Neither. Unlocking is entirely unrelated to the OS.
Seems due to a limitation in the OS (Android I mean) that hides (why the hell??!?!?) ad hoc networks like HD2 creates. Solution is posted on http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1060909 and is now working!
I installed NexusHD yesterday on my HD2 with DataToExt and must say, it is not slower but at least a bit faster than before, when I installed it only on NAND (internal space). But the performance depends on the class of the SD card. If you have an SDcard greater than class 6 you're good to go, beneath there, you should buy a better one (8gb class 10 is ...
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