HTC Sensation and Sensation XE ICS ROMs Leak
We already know that the HTC Sensation and Sensation XE will be the first devices to receive official Ice Cream Sandwich goodness from the Taiwanese giant, followed shortly by the Sensation XL. We also know that a test ROM was given to some people in Europe and Asia as part of a “soak build.”
Now we have two ICS RUU (ROM Update Utility) leaks for Sensation and Sensation XE. XDA Recognized Developer mike1986, brings us the leaks:
The developer mentions that although they seem like Release Candidates because of their quality, these are still just test builds. It seems that HTC is working to roll-out the official updates soon.
Keep in mind they are still TEST. thou they seem more like a Release Candidate .
Don’t flash unless you know what you are doing. May result with a damaged phone!
Head over to the original thread to get your hands on the RUUs and discuss functionality.
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