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Master Geek


# 79655 20-Mar-2011 22:34
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Just wondering what UI's you like the most and why? Whether it be stock, HTC Sense, Motoblur, TouchWiz, etc..

I've always been in to rooting my phone and customising it. I just picked up an HTC Incredible S and I love the new HTC Sense. I don't see any need to theme the homescreens as yet. The HTC widgets are superb.


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  # 450215 20-Mar-2011 23:30
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androidmnz: I've always been in to rooting my phone

I see Wink ...



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Master Geek


  # 450227 21-Mar-2011 00:16
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Lol, only when the Mrs is away ;)

 
 
 
 


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  # 450264 21-Mar-2011 08:53
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I liked the stock SenseUI, but the Desire has such limited on-board space that I ended up rooting & using custom ROMs. I'm now running Cyanogenmod 7 RC2 and have ADW.LauncherEX as my UI.

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  # 450267 21-Mar-2011 08:54
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Seconded for ADW, I have tried LauncherPro too but much prefer ADW



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  # 450270 21-Mar-2011 09:11
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Gotta say I love the gestures that you can use with ADW.

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  # 450352 21-Mar-2011 12:51
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I really like Sense. But I decided to give Launcher pro a go and I just looooove what you can do with the dock. Add in desktop vizualizer and folder organizer and it's pretty bloody awesome what you can do.


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