HTC is known to leak like a sieve and that hasn't changed in 2011 at all. Which is good if you have an unbranded, unlocked HTC Mozart as you can now flash the official HTC ROM with Mango on it. We must stress, if you have the Mozart on Orange or any other carrier to not do this flash and to remember that this is still taking a risk. The details are as follows:
- OS Version: 7.10.7720.68
- Firmware: 2250.21.40600.401
- Radio Software: 5.69.09.05a_184.108.40.206U
- Bootloader Version: 4.6.2250.0(129193)
Reportedly it runs pretty well, though GPS still may be flaky. A good tutorial on the process can be found at WindowsPhoneReview. Now if we can just get our hands on the Sprint Arrive official ROM, we'll be happy...
Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.
Grrrrrr where's the lovely clean official Samsung Omnia 7 Mango ROM ?
Ill second that!
First Samsung Mango leaks, now HTC Mango leaks, what about LG? Always the brides maid...
HTC is the top selling OEM!
Mango, Mango, where fore art though Mango? T-Mobile HD7 USA here. I just wish it would be released already. I understand the reasonings behind updating us on ROM leaks and Mango enabled apps, but its such a tease! :o)
How do i delete SPL_signed.nbh D:
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