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New Android Build With Sense 2.1 Available for Vogue
Last week I wrote an article about xda member incubus26jc, and how he is helping Vogue owners to mod their Donut builds with additional Widgets, as well as skinning them by mixing and matching components. He’s back with something new and refreshing for the Vogue. Based on the work by xda member mssmison, he’s released an Android version of his own for the Vogue. This version is based on a Hero build and, yes, you guessed it:Sense 2.1 interface, including live wallpapers! Currently, it’s at Release 2, so it’s bound to become a top release really quick.
Originally posted incubus26jc
This is my very first attempt at releasing an actual build. I’m used to doing themes but not releasing builds. So I hope that I can live up to the standards of mssmison and myn. Its a Work in Progress. This is the first build on any phone to ever have Sense with Live wallpapers thanks to mssmison Remember, Hero Is a much more powerful Phone than the vogue. So keep that in mind when comparing to donut.
Release 2 Changes
- Fixed Most Homescreen Reloads(still reloads with market and browser sometimes)
- Fixed Incoming Calls Crash(waiting for mssmison’s fix for slow incoming calls)
- More Speed and Stability
- Added New Boot Animation
- Added New Clear Background HTC Keyboard
- Added Autokiller
- Added Spare Parts
- Added Gallery 3D
- Added Facebook
- Added 3 Music Player
- Added Internal And External Storage Space Widgets
- Removed Touch Sensors(causing crashes)
Please follow the development of this build in the development thread.
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