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  Reply # 637408 7-Jun-2012 16:21
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Nope - still didn't work. Used 26/05 update. Will try 01/06, but otherwise will have to go back to stock 2.3 and go with stock 4.0 update (if it ever comes).

Which still wont solve my Navigator problem (plus there's a few other things I don't like, including the whole Navigator-by-default-when-docking thing, which is a pain in the posterior.)

But hey ho. Looks like I was spoiled by how well CyanogenMod worked with my Milestone!




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  Reply # 637453 7-Jun-2012 17:37
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They'll never release ICS for the Sensation given that it's a year old now, they'd rather people buy an HTC One instead. They said "Early 2012" but we're at the half-way mark and still nothing, so I imagine they'll just hope that people go away.

Maybe try booting CM9 with the SIM and MicroSD removed and see if it boots fully?





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 637458 7-Jun-2012 17:47
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That's a shame, even HTC managed a half decent ICS build. My sensation ran very well with it, for a skinned phone.

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  Reply # 637899 8-Jun-2012 16:19
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Maybe try a rom like Android Revolution HD? for your sensation.

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  Reply # 638052 8-Jun-2012 22:23
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rphenix: Maybe try a rom like Android Revolution HD? for your sensation.


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That's what I have and it retains all the HTC Sense UI and apps. Works fine.




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