HTC SENSE Posts on XDA

Sense 4.0 Builds Come to Desire & Desire HD

HTC Sense 4.0 seems to be a love-it or hate-it affair for most users. For those who enjoy its take on the Android UI, it is now available for the Desire and Desire HD thanks to a couple of ported ROMs. Both ports are based on Android 4.0.3 and originally come from the HTC One V,...

And it Keeps Going and Going… Sense 4 ROM Released for HD2

Whenever you think of the Energizer bunny, a few concepts come to mind---cute and funny (for some anyways), durable, and definitely long lasting. I think that if Energizer ever felt the need to replace the bunny with another iconic "toy," it would definitely have to be HTC's greatest phone to date, the HD2.Ever since the...

Closer to Perfection – One S Port for EVO 3D Gets Major Update

You may recall that not too long ago, we wrote an article about the first ever port of the HTC Endeavor (One S) for the EVO 3D, brought to you courtesy of XDA Recognized Developer TMartin. Well, as it turns out due to some time constraints on his end, the dev could not update the ROM...

Fix Your Compile Errors on Sense 4.0 Framework-res.apk

Have you just rooted your brand new HTC One X? Are you are ready to break in and turn it into the custom beast that you have always dreamed of? Have you gone so far as decompiling your framework-res.apk and altering a few .XMLs? Maybe  you even added a custom toast_frame.9.png? Once you start the...

Learn to Make a Skin for Sense 3.0

There are many mixed feelings regarding HTC Sense. Some people really love it, and some people absolutely hate it. There are even those who think it's just mediocre. Wherever your preferences may fall, you still probably enjoy making your Sense look unique. Because let's be honest, who wants their phone to look like everyone else's?...

Forum Added for the HTC One V

With all the excitement surrounding the launch of HTC's flagship One X, One XL, and One S phones, it's easy to forget that there are other phones in the HTC One lineup. Never fear, however, as we haven't forgotten about HTC's new chin-laden device.While the 1.0 GHz single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 may not pack the...

Step-by-Step Guide to Lock Ring Theming For Sense 3.0 and 3.5

Despite how many consider HTC Sense 3.0 and 3.5 as being very bloated, there is at least one place where HTC hit a home run--the lock screen. The customizable Sense lock ring is, far and wide, one of the most popular and functional lock screens. Of course, for rooted users it only gets better, as...

Virtuous Team Brings HTC One S Port to the HTC Sensation and HTC Evo 3D

The HTC Sensation and HTC Evo 3D were recently treated to an eagerly anticipated Sense 4.0 port by Virtuous development team. These ports were based on the leaked HTC Endeavor RUU, meaning a lot of widgets and apps had to be resized, due to the difference in screen resolution between the two devices and the HTC...

Extremely Rough Sense 4 Port Appears on Galaxy Nexus

Just a few days ago, we brought you news of an HTC Sense 4.0 port for the Samsung Nexus S based on the leaked HTC Endeavor RUU. At the time, no such porting efforts had been made on Google's latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Luckily the wait wasn't too long, as XDA Forum Member nello92 has...

Sense 4.0 Port (HTC Endeavor Based) for the Nexus S

It seems that the leaked Endeavor RUU that appeared a few weeks ago gave birth to several ports and projects across various devices. HTC announced that the new version of Sense was rather slimmed down from previous iterations of the UI and on top of that, it is fully ICS compatible. It is only logical...

Desire HD Receives Sense-Laced Ice Cream Sandwich

Vanilla Android, in the form of AOSP and AOSP-derived builds, is generally the first most devices see of a new Android version. While there are some fun ICS leaks for phones like the Samsung Galaxy S II with their manufacturer skin pre-installed, most devices still have to flash a CyanogenMod 9 or some other AOSP-derived...

EVO 3D CDMA Welcomes the First ICS Sense 4.0 ROM (in Pre-Alpha)

It looks like it has been a week filled with updates for everyone. Some official and some, well, not so official. HTC seems to be dead last in terms of updating devices officially to ICS, and we believe that the main culprit of all this is none other than Sense 4.0---the newest iteration of HTC's...