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And it Keeps Going and Going… Sense 4 ROM Released for HD2
Whenever you think of the Energizer bunny, a few concepts come to mind—cute and funny (for some anyways), durable, and definitely long lasting. I think that if Energizer ever felt the need to replace the bunny with another iconic “toy,” it would definitely have to be HTC’s greatest phone to date, the HD2.
Ever since the original Android ports started hitting the device back in 2010, the HD2 has been a hotbed for development; breaking ground time and time again, and expanding the device’s horizons and possibilities beyond reasonable limits. Today, we come across a very interesting and brand new development, brought to you by XDA Recognized Developer sbryan12144. The very first Sense 4 ROM has appeared for the aluminum backed beast.
Sense 4.0 is a a brand new set of problems when it comes to porting, as many of the already-available tools are not exactly functional. Having said that, we have seen this ported to other devices including the Sensation, the EVO 3D, and a few more. Just like the aforementioned, this early ROM release has very few features working and is more of a functional proof-of-concept at this point than a daily driver. Basic things like data and WiFi are still not properly working or at all, but they will eventually get fixed as development continues.
Please be sure to follow the installation instructions and provide feedback and bug reports to the devs so that the build can be improved.
- SD Mount
- USB Storage
- Data (Starts but doesn’t connect)
You can find more information in the original thread.
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