Stock Kingdom Gingersense 3.0 Ported to Droid Incredible! — Incredible!
This is a highly anticipated development, which will definitely not go without substantual recognition. If you’ve been keeping up with developments surrounding the new Kingdom Sense 3.0, you’ll know that a mission was started more than a month ago to fully port the OS base to any other device that was humanly possible. And after all of that waiting, I have good news for you Droid Incredible owners: an Alpha development is here!
XDA member incubus26jc brings us a stock Gingersense port developed from 2.3.3 and the original EVO port by XDA member xXxVirusxXx. The port is currently in Alpha stage and, of course, a few things work and a few things don’t. What does work, however, is the UI fitting the screen, as opposed to the original Desire HD port.
Originally posted by incubus26jc
[ROM] Kingdom Stock GingerSense 3.0 [Android 2.3.3] [Alpha1] [5/20/11]
Big Thanks Wozzer for getting this Port done so fast. Hes the Man!!
Also to Virus for the initial port to the Evo.
– EMMC Mounting
– Weather app has graphical issues
– It may not show the lockscreen controls right away sometimes expecially after rebooting.
– Might be more
This is a fantastic breakthrough for all Sense 3.0 lovers, and I’m sure you will join me in thanking the developers over at the original thread.
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