HTC Bliss Sense 3.5 For HTC Evo 4G
It seems more and more devices are getting the latest version of Sense running. First, the port was completed for the Desire HD and Desire S, and now thanks to XDA Recognized Developer eVoKINGS, Evo 4G owners can enjoy it too.
This is the first beta version and some bugs are expected. Please be patient and give the devs some time to work out the kinks. However, if you are itching to flash it and see what the new Bliss feels like, give it a go and leave some feedback behind.
Originally posted by eVoKINGS
[WIP][PROJECT] HTC Bliss Sense 3.5! (IT LIVES!!!)
Team Bliss so far:
Myself,wdfowy, newtoroot, joelz9614, wildstang83, jermaine151,and Team Nocturnal
What’s this? Sense 3.5 on EVO 4g Supersonic
Thanks to JoelZ9614 for helping me to start this project!
Editing my ramdisk and pointing me in the right direction!
Thanks to WDFOWTY for asking me to take hold of this project
and for setting me up with svn!
Thanks to cappychimp for the first
initial port of the Bliss!
And thank you to all the other Developers
that are working on the Bliss, for other devices
and coming together to perfect this build!
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