rstanford · Mar 17, 2013 at 03:00 am

First Sense 4.1 ROM for HTC Sensation XL

Even though the HTC Sensation XL has been available since May 2011, there is still a dedicated community trying to keep the phone as up-to-date as possible. XDA Senior Member S.a.M.e.R_d released a ROM that allows XL users to enjoy the full benefits of Sense 4.1.

Currently, the ROM is on its seventh build, and the change log shows that there has been some rapid development since it first went live in December of last year. Common problems with early ROMs such as front and back facing camera issues seem to be fixed in the latest build, as well as apps that you will only find in an HTC Sense device.

S.a.M.e.R_d has also created a host of modifications that are ready to be installed on builds 6 and 7 of the ROM. Battery mods, Samsung’s lock pattern, Rosie mods and a multitude of fonts are all available. If for some reason you are stuck with V5 or below, there are some modifications ready to be downloaded.

If you have a Sensation XL laying around and wish to try Sense 4.1, this looks to be a great place to start. For more information about the ROM, please visit the original thread.


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