HTC Desire S Gets A HTC Runnymede Port
Tis the season to be awesome and with that in mind, XDA Recognized Developer/development super stud aamikam has released a fully functional HTC Runnymede port for the HTC Desire S just in time for some Christmas flashing.
The change log on the ROM is extensive (read:ridiculously long), but here’s some of the highlights for you Desire S owners:
Odex or Deodex (we personally like Odex better)
Fully Optimized and tweaked
Zipalign on boot
Defrag DB’s on boot
Native screen capture
Beats audio, Dolby, SRS, and EQ in music player
HTC Quicklaunch widget from bliss also added
Unlocked more settings in Browser
All Gapps and market apps updated to newest versions
All other stock sense 3.5 goodies included
For a full list of tweaks, changelogs and all the shout outs, you can check out the original thread found right here .
Some early reports indicate that there’s still a few bugs to work out and aamikam is quoted as saying
Ok guys, remember this is the first release and has not been tested on all the devices yet so please post feedback, Thanks
So if you happen to flash this beautiful piece of work and find something, it’s been asked that it gets reported so it can be fixed.
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