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HTC Sense 3.0 in Older Devices?
For those of us loving the new HTC Sense 3.0 UI that we can see on the new Evo 3D or the Sensation, the first question that comes to mind is if it will be possible to port it into older devices. XDA member cjward23 told us about an article which mentions that only Evo 3D, Sensation, and Flyer will be capable of running the new HTC Sense 3.0. What do you think?
We leave this article open for discussion to know what members and developers think. Some of us think the great minds on XDA will find a way to port this sooner or later!
Please leave your opinion.
Originally posted by cjward23
Challenge set by htc: HTC Sense 3.0
Just read this over at engadget http://m.engadget.com/default
I’m sure the devs here will get it working on our current handsets.
The challenge is on.
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