More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Sensation Dump Being Ported to Evo 4G
As if surprises for today were not enough with the leaked Gingerbread Rom for the Evo 4G, the owners of this not-so-little device have something else that they will be able to sink their teeth in. As it turns out, there was another leak found today and this was for the upcoming HTC Sensation. XDA member rockypr has posted this dump for devs to have a crack at it. If and when this gets ported, that will mean that the Evo will get a functional Sense 3.0 UI, despite of what HTC may say about lack of hardware compatibility.
So far, a few devs are going at it and they claim that the whole package is around 500 MB (now, keep in mind that this is the full dump, so thing will likely come off before a Rom can be flashed into the EVO. So far wallpapers have been extracted and are ready for download.
If you think you can contribute to the project, please drop by the thread and leave some feedback.
I just want to share this ZIP, So if any DEV wants to Port this to the EVO.
Mirror: Coming Soon:
Sensation Wallpapers extracted:
Sensation Wallpapers ZIP
Last edited by rockypr;Today at 06:31PM.
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