More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Breaking – First HTC Sense 3.5 ROM Running On Desire HD and Desire S
This has been a very busy week in terms of HTC news and to finish it, lucky owners of HTC Desire HD and Inspire can now enjoy the first custom ROM loaded with Sense 3.5. XDA Recognized Developer capychimp, responsible for bringing you the first ROM with fully working Sense 3.0, amazes us again with the latest installment of HTC’s famous Sense UI. This ROM is based on Bliss WWE RUU 1.10.401.0 Android 2.3.4.
This is the first release and some bugs are expected but as with other releases, you just need to give it some time for it to be fully functional. Please let the developer know about your experience with the ROM by leaving your feedback.
Originally posted by capychimp
This rom is based on Bliss WWE ruu
no chinese leak
1.10.401.0 android 2.3.4
Added advance power menu
user apps auto install written by rmk40 readded, known from kingdom
3D homescreen option added
camera acting up
bluetooth wont turn on
you tell me
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Thanks to srikanth.naidu for the tip
Last minute entry:
Thanks to the tip of kartkk we let you know that Sense 3.5 ROM is also available for Desire S, yo can find information here
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