While we’ve seen Google’s Android OS ported to many mobile devices out there, one of the devices that folks really want Android to be running on is HTC’s powerful HD2. There have been various attempts before this, and now another person has managed to get the Linux bootloader up and running on the HD2, even allowing the device to play a 720p video. While it’s still quite a distance from getting Google’s Android to be running perfectly on the device, it’s certainly a step in the right direction, and something that we’ve got no complaints about. Check out a video of this hack in action after the jump.
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