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Runnymede Sense 3.5 Android 2.3.5 ROM On Desire HD/Inspire and Desire S
It seems HTC is very active this month as we have seen the announcements regarding several new Android devices such as the Bliss, the Sensation XE (Europe only for now), and Runnymede. Talking about the latter, we have interesting news.
Based on XDA Recognized Developer capychimp´s work, XDA member proxuser presents the first Runnymede Sense 3.5 Android 2.3.5 ROM for the HTC Desire S. This version of Sense 3.5 is different from what we have seen on ROMs based on the Bliss leak, which it was like a transition step into this new Sense.
This version is based on the WWE RUU 0.82.401.1 and just like with any first version, some bugs are expected. Sure we will see more devices with Runnymede ROM´s pop out on the following days.
Originally posted by proxuser
This rom is based on Runnymede WWE ruu
0.82.401.1 android 2.3.5
* Secure sms and block list, trashcan, enable in sms settings
* Keyboard slide in animation
* Crt added
* Added advance power menu
* User apps auto install written by rmk40 readded, known from kingdom
* 3D homescreen option added
* Initial release
Desire HD users have erader fc but we don’t have it. Looking bugfree for now. need testing..
creator of rom: capychimp
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