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Best Mods Compiled Into One for the HTC EVO 3D
The HTC EVO 3D development scene has been on fire since the release of the 1.5 HBoot downgrade method and the Live CD to make the process easier. With AOSP releases on the horizon and mods aplenty being released, it’s almost like the first few months of it having S-Off all over again. XDA Senior Member thesparky007 has taken the best of the newer generation of modifications and wrapped them up in a single, easy to flash update.zip for everyone.
The mod includes a number of fun little features that add not only functionality, but also bring a number of widely called for user preferences, including the recently released removal of the carousel animation. Additionally, the mod has scrolling wallpapers and features a 4×5 Rosie to make better use of the EVO 3D’s tall screen shape. Thus far, the response from users has been very positive and no one has experienced any issues in the thread. As usual, though, it’s always a good idea to have a Nandroid backup handy for those unplanned mess ups.
For additional information, check out the modification thread for download links, some thread discussion, and the list of users who helped make this all possible.
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