Desire HD Gets The First Ever Pyramid Port!!! (Yes, Sense 3.0 Too)
And just a day after the dump was discovered floating around in 911sniper, it seems that the race to get the first “working” (maybe I should say booting at this point) port of the newest HTC Sensation has finally come to an end. The lucky winner was the Desire HD thanks to XDA member capychimp. The rom called RCMixHD is in alpha stages at this point, which means, in essence, that about 60-70 percent of the rom is either buggy or non-functional, but considering this is the first custom rom ever to be sporting the new UI, we honestly don’t care too much at this point. As with every port, things will slowly be developed to get everything functional sooner or later… did I mention that the rom has working Sense 3.0?
This is fantastic news for all Desire HD owners out there (and obviously for owners of similar hardware like the EVO, Thunderbolt, and Inspire). If you have tried this rom and have played with Sense 3.0, please leave some feedback.
- Friendstream widget
- Images needs resizing
- Sound effects (srs) on music
- more i dont know
You can find more information in the port thread.
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