HTC SENSATION Posts on XDA

Unofficial CM12 for the HTC Sensation

The HTC Sensation was the first device to ship with the "brand new" Sense 3.0 back in 2011. This former flagship smartphone stayed on Ice Cream Sandwich when HTC decided to abandon it and focus on the One line. Now, the Sensation is almost four years old. Despite this, many still use it as their...

Sense 5 ROM Appears on the HTC Sensation

When the HTC Sensation was released about two and a half years ago, it was certainly quite the high-end device.  It featured a dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon S3 processor, a then-impressive 4.3" qHD panel featuring S-LCD technology, and three quarters of a gig of RAM---you know, for when half a gig isn't enough and a full...

HTC Sensation Gets Unofficial Alpha CM10.1

Jelly Bean seems to have found its way to many/most devices on XDA. Since not too many manufacturers are willing or able to provide us with the most recent updates due to a slew of reasons, we need to get somewhat creative in order to stay on top of the fast paced and never-slowing tech...

Android 4.2 Mod Pack for the HTC Sensation

The Android world is abuzz in Android 4.2. We've brought you news, right up to Android 4.2's release to AOSP. However, it'll be some time before every device out there gets its own AOSP port. For those devices, developers and members alike are doing their best to give everyone the biggest possible taste of the...

Team Win Recovery Project Updated to 2.3

The last time we brought you news about TWRP, it was to announce that TWRP 2.2.2 had been released. It had fixed a lot of bugs from the initial release of TWRP 2.2 and added a few new features. Very recently, TWRP has been updated again to version 2.3.There were a whole bunch of awesome...

USB OTG for the HTC Sensation on ICS Sense ROMs

USB On The Go is an incredibly useful feature that opens up a myriad of new ways to make use of your device, whether its taking advantage of external storage or USB peripherals. It's something that HTC Sensation owners have unfortunately been deprived of for some time. For a device to support USB OTG, the...

Undervolt Any Sensation Kernel

Undervolting is one of the more popular changes made when trying to improve battery life. Decreasing the processor's voltage means that less power is consumed, and that translates to better battery life. Typically, users have to wait for a kernel developer to include the feature in a kernel before they can use it. However, that's...

Bootloader Customization Now Open to More S-Off HTC Devices

Not too long ago, we brought you news that allowed HTC EVO 4G LTE users to customize their bootloaders. The process was pretty cool, allowing users to make their bootloader look however they want---including making it look unhacked. After the initial project was released, users clamored for this to be made available to more devices....

Jelly Bean Alpha for the Sensation and Amaze 4G

The march of Jelly Bean 2012 is in full swing. In the last week, we brought you Jelly Bean-related news on such devices as the ASUS Transformer TF300T, the Acer Iconia A100 and A500, and an XDA Developer TV roundup. The pace is truly awesome. The latest devices to the latest and greatest version of Android...

Team Win Recovery Project Updated to 2.2

Just about three months ago, we brought you news that the Team Win Recovery Project had received a massive update to version 2.1. April's release largely heralded the start of a new age in recoveries---where one would no longer have to deal with cumbersome menus, instead interacting with a very user-friendly GUI.It wasn't simply about...

HTC Sensation Tweak Tutorial for RAM and Performance Enhancement

Rooting a device isn't just about flashing the snazzy ROMs with fun themes and uninstalling the dreaded bloatware. Some users root their devices to get access to the tweaks and mods that improve the overall performance. For many devices there are quite a few options including mods that increase signal strength, GPS accuracy and some...

Super Utility for the HTC Sensation 4G and XE

Tool kits and utility applications do most of the work bridging the gap between the not-so-tech savvy and Android development. While varying in functionality and polish, the tools get the job done with minimal effort, and allow the average user to easily experience all their Android phone has to offer.With an array of tool kits...