Captainkrtek · Sep 30, 2010 at 09:00 am

Wildfire Froyo with Sense Ported to HTC Hero

In the blink of an eye, XDA members Decad3ncebeezy420, and nfinitefx45 were able to port Froyo 2.2 w/ Sense from the HTC Wildfire to the HTC Hero. This rom is still in Alpha stages but is pretty functional for a port. It was ported from the HTC Wildfire Froyo leak and is only 80% functional as of today. More updates should follow soon, some of the features you can expect in this release are:

  • Froyo 2.2 W/ Latest Sense
  • Higher Screen Res.
  • Newer Webkit (3.1)
  • New HTC Keyboard

And other bullet points from Decad3nce himself

  • Lots of bugs
  • Port from HTC Wildfire RUU
  • Not worth making front page 😛

It shouldn’t be used currently for day to day use, but If you’d like to take it for a test spin yourself check out the development thread and flash it on your CDMA Hero.


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