orb3000 · Mar 18, 2011 at 09:00 pm

HTC Desire S ROM Ported to Nexus One

XDA member abhi0n0nakul told us about a HTC Desire S ROM being ported to the Nexus One. So, if you have this Android device, now you have the chance to try a newer Gingerbread based ROM. The latest version includes HTC Sense, Locations, WIFI, GPS, overclocking tool for up to 1113 Mhz, and the newest Market, all working well. According to the original poster, you will need latest radio: 5.12, latest hboot: 35.0017, sd-ext: 1gb, recovery: amon ra passion and to wipe all data in order to successfully install.
As work is still in process, there are some things not working yet, such as:

1. Camera and camcorder (causes reboot)
2. Blue-tooth
3. FM radio
4. Video player (though gallery works great)
5. Few graphical glitches.
6. Problems with status bar
7. USB mass storage
8. Charging led does not glow while charge
9. MMS problems

If you still want to try it, it´s advised that you know what are you doing. As always, the developers take no responsibility if you brick your device. Please leave your feedback, so future versions can be improved.

Originally posted by abhi0n0nakul
[ROM/DEV] Desire S (2.3.2 + sense) port to nexus one v0.3 release : [18/3/11]

hey guys, its great that we now have gingerbread sense working (atleast its a start) desire s rom on nexus one.

the original rom(no booting) :redbullcat
but the original work providing a booting rom : dbasabe
and many more that have worked for making it boot.
kernel by redstar overclocking to 1113Mhz

well great work done by the team. wish for great future of the rom

WISHLIST:
1. update android version to 2.3.3
2. tb wake
3. hibernate,recovery,bootloader,hot reboot,silent/vib., mobile data on/off
power menu options
4. battery percentage
5. tb light notification alerts

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