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Brand New Desire Leak Available
XDA member wuguohui109 comes bearing gifts as the dev has found a new leak for the Desire rom. Over the last week, we have had numerous spottings of this new and improved version of Froyo, which includes goodies such as an improved version of Sense. According to many devs in various sections of XDA, the new version of Froyo also comes loaded with fixes and improvements. Many users confirm this to be the case as there already are a few builds available for several devices including the HD2-Android port, the EVO, and more.
Take it for a spin and see what new sweet treats can be obtained from this new version.
Here is RUU_Bravo_Froyo_HTCCN_CHS_2.26.1400.2_Radio_32.48. 00.32U_5.11.05.14_release_149807 for China
something difficulties，like desire hd newsense
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