All phones deserve a bit of Android love, right? The HTC HD2, a T-Mobile offering which runs Windows Mobile 6.5, can be served up with a dish of Froyo pretty painlessly, and only requires about 600mb on the SD card. All you need to do is download this file, unzip it, place the folder on the SD card and navigate to it via the Windows Mobile File Manager App.
From there, tap the file named “CLRCAD”, and then tap “Haret”, which applies a sound fix and builds the Android OS respectively. The only downside is the lack of an effective bootloader for easy switching between Windows and Android OS, so if you need to restart the phone, you have to complete the process all over again. So, if any of you reading this are HD2 owners and decide to try installing Android, please leave a comment below and let us know how it goes.
(note: altering your phone’s software can void your warranty and/or render your phone unusable, so do so at your own risk)