Blimey! All HTC HD2 Smartphones Out There Pack 576MB Of RAM

By 02:10 Sun, 08 Aug 2021 Comments

We have caught HTC disabling features in their phones before and in order to acquire them back you had to utilize some tricks. But this is just ridiculous. As it turns out all HTC HD2 units actually have 576Mega Bytes (MB) of RAM, but only 448Mega Bytes (MB) of those are available to the users.

It's a bit more understandable when they disable a GPS or an Frequency Modulation (FM) radio unit - you only need recent software to utilize it, but we just can't figure out why would HTC cover a gigantic chunk of Random-Access Memory (RAM) on their flagship. And heck it wasn't even the only feature disabled by default on the HD2 powerhouse. Remember the Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) 802.11n support that you have to enable on your own?

So, it's not only the units headed for T-Mobile USA which pack more RAM, but all HTC HD2 smartphones out there actually have 576Mega Bytes (MB) aboard. You only have to unlock the hidden amount of memory using some custom ROMs.

You can do that by going to the xda-developers forum and read this thread. Then acquire the needed Read-Only Memory (ROM) up and running on your HD2 and like the extra amount of Random-Access Memory (RAM) memory. Just be careful, becautilize it will most probably void your warranty.

We are yet to see if the doubled Read-Only Memory (ROM) size in T-Mobile's HD2 units will turn out to be a similar case.




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