HTC Bliss ROM With Sense 3.5 NAND & SD Now For HD2
Sense 3.0 was a great improvement on graphics from previous versions. Recently, we saw Sense 3.5 arriving with only some minimal changes.
As the port keeps on making its way through our forums, XDA members boxmax and dungphp have managed to port this to the HTC HD2.
You can get this ROM for SD or NAND but keep in mind that you may find some bugs, so your feedback is very important for future releases.
Originally posted by boxmax
1- build : HTC Bliss WWE 1.10.401.0 ( android 2.3.4 SENSE 3.5) .
2- kernel: JW 2.1
3- Working ( Making call,WiFi,Data3g,GPS,USB, Album ,Music player,Leds,SD Card,Gallery New… ). Not Working ( BT , Camera , )
4- Deodex ( App & Framework ) + Zipalign ( All .apk ) .
5- Available languages : WWE . Fix Full Arabic very thanks to madmack
6- incloded 1GB DATA.
7- Rooted & Superuser
8- In call volume is Loud
9- The UI smooth and fast
Big Thanks To :
Coolexe , Capychimp , dungphp , madmack ,Tyhung , jan-willem3 , MccM , Cotulla ,cedesmith , XDA & Donors…
Originally posted by dungphp
This rom is based on Bliss (Desire S with Sense 3.5)
Pictures: in next version
Phone, SMS, Sound,…
– USB Disk
– Camera, Camcorder
Download: This is a TEST version
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