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Bliss Arrives For HTC Desire Owners
It seems that the aging HTC Desire aka Bravo still has a lot of fight left in it. Unless you are not following the mobile world, you probably have heard or seen the port of the HTC Bliss to other devices such as the Desire HD, the EVO 4G, and the HD2. It seems to be that this Sense 3.5 loaded Rom has been making its way into the hands of several other rather avid developers who roam our site. In this particular case, XDA Recognized Developer coolexe has successfully ported the Rom over to the Bravo, giving owners of this device a taste of the future technology that will be with us shortly. The rom works very well, much like it does in the other devices, but you gotta remember that it is still a rather early beta and as such, you will have bugs present.
Please join in the beta testing phase if you still have one of these devices and make sure that you leave your feedback behind if you run into something unexpected.
BT, Video Recording, HTC Wall, LockScreen, Skin preview, FM Radio
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