HTC Kaiser (TyTN 2) Android How To

Because I had a lot of controversy until I came to the optimal option – for Android on my HTC I decided to write a pretty detailed explanation of things. In this case I will go into specification for installation on the NAND of the phone, haret boot option I will not discuss it, although with him things must be identical.

1. Training – before we start we need to prepare the kernel with which we will flash the NAND chip and make it possible to boot directly on Android. If you are running Linux or Mac OS I recommend Atools-and the option if you have Windows NBH Editor-a is your panacea. Then download the last kernel from GIT-and I personally recommend the latest version 2.6.25. Works more stable than 2.6.32 and saves more electricity, disadvantage is the low transfer of the wifi adapter, which suits me. Then open the nbh file and apply the settings for your phone and droid version . Then save the new reworked kernel for your phone. And you put it on your SD card. It must be in kaisimg.nbh format so that if we have an SPL, we can flash our phone from the SD card.. There is a lot written about these things everywhere, so I will not discuss them. After flashing with the kernel in question, you can now say goodbye to Windows Mobile 😉

2. Android – Once we are done with the top the phone will start charging in console mode and will prompt us to hold the d-pad or the middle button on the front panel. With it we enter the boot menu from which we can install, update, reset, etc. our Android. In order to be able to install we must have a folder andboot in our SD card, it must have a file named androidinstall.tar.gz or androidinstall.tgz. After trying almost all Froyo versions I think it is the fastest and most stable Fat Free Froyo. I personally use it and have had almost no bugs, I will hope that its developer will try so hard in the future as well. It is wise to make at least one before you start installing 512 or a little more ext2 partition on your SD card where data.img will sit or part of the droid wiv which programs will be installed. The installation itself is trivial, you choose your system to be on the NAND and your date on the ext2 partition. You are waiting 2-3 min until everything is set up and you will return to the original menu. Select Quit and your freshly installed Android will start. From now on, dare and have fun.

3. A few words about other things – First of all, I recommend the Radio ROM to be version 1.65.xx version. Versions 1.7xxxx don't work as well. There is some trouble around them with the scope of reading contacts from your SIM card and so on. If you still want to test 2.6.32 the kernel is likely that your Android will not start due to the various parameters that the new kernel passes to the init system. In this case, you update the system by placing the archive here in the adboot folder and then from the boot menus select to update the system. The good thing about it is that it makes the system an idea for a faster wifi adapter to suck at a higher speed but it is not as stable as 2.6.25 which is not a small minus 😉 separately that with it the Fat Free Froyo cannot save the contacts from the SIM.

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