If you have been around smartphones for a while now, you might be familiar with the HTC HD2. For those of you who are relatively new to the smartphone scene, the HTC HD2 is a smartphone that was released in 2009, meaning that the phone is 6 years old now. It also used to run on Windows Mobile.

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Turns out that despite the HTC HD2 being such an old device, it has proven over the years to be a modder’s dream come true. We have seen Android Jelly Bean being ported onto it, Android KitKat the year after, and earlier this year developers managed to bring Android Lollipop onto the phone as well.

Now it looks like developers have managed to bring Android 6.0 Marshmallow onto the phone, which is impressive especially when you consider that there are many OEMs out there who are skipping the Android 6.0 update on phones that are only 2 years old. That being said, this is an early port of the update and it is based on CM13.

There will be more than its fair share of bugs but if you don’t mind taking it for a spin just to check it out, then head on over to the XDA forums for the download. In the meantime you can also checkout the video above to see Android 6.0 running on the device.

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