ElCondor · Feb 19, 2010 at 09:05 am

Sense Build 2.5.2012 Ported to VGA

XDA member Amarullz and his team have ported the latest version of Sense, 2.5.2012, to VGA resolution. This version is ported from an HD2 ROM. The new port will be available soon on devices such as the HTC Touch Pro and HTC Diamond. It is only available as a package for ROMs.

Originally posted by amarullz

HTC Sense or Manila is a user interface, based on the TouchFLO 3D user interface, developed by HTC for mobile devices running Windows Mobile.
HTC Sense is a “design experience, an architecture that is all about how
people use the device, making their content personal to how they use the device.”.
HTC Sense 2.5.2012 was come from official RHODIUM_S2 [^] project (ROM), originally supported for WVGA screen only. To fit VGA Screen for Diamond and Raphael (Touch Pro) we need to port LUA, MODE9 and some QTCfiles from HTC Sense packages.
HTC Sense 2.5.2012 was designed for lower hardware than original HTC Sense that come from LEO ROM ( Already ported by kisja & amarullz [^] ), so the performance was greatly improved.

HTC Sense or Manila is a user interface, based on the TouchFLO 3D user interface, developed by HTC for mobile devices running Windows Mobile.
HTC Sense is a “design experience, an architecture that is all about how people use the device, making their content personal to how they use the device.”.
HTC Sense 2.5.2012 was come from official RHODIUM_S2 [^] project (ROM), originally supported for WVGA screen only. To fit VGA Screen for Diamond and Raphael (Touch Pro) we need to port LUA, MODE9 and some QTCfiles from HTC Sense packages.
HTC Sense 2.5.2012 was designed for lower hardware than original HTC Sense that come from LEO ROM ( Already ported by kisja & amarullz [^] ), so the performance was greatly improved.

Continue on to the Sense porting thread


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