egzthunder1 · Jun 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm

HD2 Keeps On Living… Sense 3.0 With Working 720p Camera

Without a doubt, the HTC HD2 is one of HTC’s greatest devices of all time. The shape factor, screen size, and raw power and capabilities are unmatched by most phones that came around when this was released, and even now. Not too long ago, XDA member mccmjoon76 successfully started porting a Sense 3.0 rom from the Desire HD. Almost  two months after the initial release, the rom is currently almost a daily driver, as praised by many members and people who use this rom. However, the road towards perfection becomes easier when you have company and people that help. As it turns out, XDA member BoxmaX released a patch that fixed the camera issues that seem to bug most Sense 3.0 roms. Not only is the camera fixed but it also allows the device to record video in 720p resolution, which makes the rom even more appealing for those of you who are dying for some cool weather animations and 3D effects.

Needless to say, the rom is still not perfect and you will likely find bugs. If you do find issues or if you have suggestions, please leave some feedback for the dev to review.

Changelog:
Good for Daily used yeh ^ ^ 
New HTC Camera
Ram memory 160 mb Ave 130 mb
Camcorder Fix with 720p record ~Big thanks to BoxmaX
Latest Rosie ~ more fast and smooth 
Custom Taskbar, wifi. BT. Dropdown window ~ thanks to DuthDanny
Sense 3 My shelf widget
Sense 3 customize skin 40% transference
Tweak for stability and fast booting 

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