Captainkrtek · Nov 9, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Progress on Sense for Galaxy S Devices, Vibrant / Captivate

For those with the above mentioned devices and that are fans of HTC’s Sense UI, we will have something to look forward to very soon. The GalaxySense Dev Team comprised of 15 developers have been working for the past few days to bring you Sense on your Galaxy S device. We have just been able to get Sense booting on the Captivate and Vibrant devices and have been working hard at the Epic and Fascinate.

There are still plenty of bugs to work out but we will keep you posted. Development has been going quick, in the past few days we went from black screen to bootloops and finally to a semi-functioning build. Expect to see a beta release in the coming weeks.

To keep in touch with the team go to #TeamGalaxySense on the freenode network or checkout some of the threads for your device.

We look forward to completing this soon!


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