WenWM · Feb 13, 2010 at 08:56 am

Sense UI and Android 2.1 on Touch HD

Android and Windows Mobile have never been closer. One of our members has put together a package that contains Android 2.1 and Sense UI for the very popular HTC HD.

Originally Posted by osamaa
I could successfully install Android Flan 2.1 with SENSE UI on my Blackstone, and here are my results:

Working:
-Radio Fully Works.
-SMS Fully Works.
-Vibration.
-USB Charging and Debugging.
-Touch screen.
-Keyboard.
-Microphone.
-Front Speaker.

Not Working
-Wifi
-GPRS
-GPS
-Bluetooth
-External Speaker
-HTC Widgets. (Thinking of getting rid of them)
-Other things (Will be determined during the process of testing)

Screenshots and FAQ are to come.

Cheers,

Continue on to the application thread.

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