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Topic # 57707 22-Feb-2010 16:08
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Cheers everyone,

I would like to know if anyone has tried the leaked HTC Desire ROM on their Nexus One, so that I can write a review of it on my website, but I dont have a nexus one to test it out on.  If you have tried it, could you send me some photos and info about what is good about it or what is not good about it?

if you need to download it go to the following link, and scroll to the bottom, I have provided 3 mirrors for people to download the (FIXED BOOT) ROM.


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Master Geek

  Reply # 301908 24-Feb-2010 20:04
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I can tell you it's not worth it :P hence I'm not trying

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  Reply # 301958 25-Feb-2010 01:04
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ha, well, I've found tons of more info on it since, so its also not worth me writing a review on it. I suppose we should just wait for the Desire with the Desire rom on it lol. anyhow, the ROM is still available if anyone needs it.


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  Reply # 302213 25-Feb-2010 17:43
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shame that desire doesn't have the noise cancel hardware on it. bummer..looks the better phone other wise.

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  Reply # 302675 27-Feb-2010 11:51
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Ah, I didnt know that. It looks like a beast otherwise.

If anyone is still willing to try this, and they have a nexus one, please let me know!

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  Reply # 303824 2-Mar-2010 22:17
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Running it on my nexus one . It's not bad weather widget is awesome plus build in flash lite support , HTC keyboard and music player . Definitely worth rooting and flashing it

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  Reply # 303954 3-Mar-2010 12:29
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@Kickass - Have you tried exchange? Thats the one part I'm looking to try once mine arrives. I'm currently using a touch pro 2 with WM6.5 and calendar and tasks are my 2nd main use of the phone besides calling. Otherwise I might as well not our of bed as my memory is as bad as a goldfishes.

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