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Topic # 84672 4-Jun-2011 21:41
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I got some Sense 3.0 features working on my Incredible S. Thought I'd share...



Excuse the croaky voice and dishevelled look, I hadn't been up long :p

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  Reply # 477863 4-Jun-2011 21:54
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Thanks for the video, looks great!

How do I get the Sense 3.0 on my HTC Desire HD?



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  Reply # 477865 4-Jun-2011 21:59
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heavenlywild: Thanks for the video, looks great!

How do I get the Sense 3.0 on my HTC Desire HD?


So you need to have root access and also be running a custom ROM that's deodexed. (easier than it sounds). 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 477866 4-Jun-2011 22:01
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This ROM would allow you to have it - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=840040

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  Reply # 477867 4-Jun-2011 22:02
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Ah, not that into rooting the device. Oh well...

Slightly off topic...

I might get the Sensation though and that comes with Sense 3.0. Just the screen I am not 100% sure about in terms of usability in daylight. HTC Desire HD's screen is not viewable outdoors.



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  Reply # 477870 4-Jun-2011 22:11
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Yeah the Sensation looks like a fantastic phone. You'd be right to research on whether the device is good in sunlight.

Rooting is not for everyone.

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  Reply # 477904 5-Jun-2011 01:38
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heavenlywild: Ah, not that into rooting the device. Oh well...

Slightly off topic...

I might get the Sensation though and that comes with Sense 3.0. Just the screen I am not 100% sure about in terms of usability in daylight. HTC Desire HD's screen is not viewable outdoors.


Yeah all the videos I have seen that compares the SGS2 and HTC Sensation make the SGS2's screen come up trumps. The HTC Sensation screens doesnt look like its good in the light and also seems abit blurry/foggy (If that makes sense). IE: The colours dont look like what they are meant to be.

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  Reply # 477906 5-Jun-2011 01:41
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M_I_C_H_A_E_L: 
Yeah all the videos I have seen that compares the SGS2 and HTC Sensation make the SGS2's screen come up trumps. The HTC Sensation screens doesnt look like its good in the light and also seems abit blurry/foggy (If that makes sense). IE: The colours dont look like what they are meant to be.


Yeah, the colours seem to be washed out. I wonder if they have used the same screen as the HTC Desire HD? That's the only thing that's putting me off getting something like the Sensation.

The plus with the Samsung Galaxy S II is that you can use it on either Vodafone, 2Degrees or XT. 

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  Reply # 477907 5-Jun-2011 02:02
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androidmnz: I got some Sense 3.0 features working on my Incredible S. Thought I'd share...

Excuse the croaky voice and dishevelled look, I hadn't been up long :p


Where is part 2? :P. You said you were going to show us a wallpaper then the video stopped lol



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  Reply # 477912 5-Jun-2011 05:18
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M_I_C_H_A_E_L:
androidmnz: I got some Sense 3.0 features working on my Incredible S. Thought I'd share...

Excuse the croaky voice and dishevelled look, I hadn't been up long :p


Where is part 2? :P. You said you were going to show us a wallpaper then the video stopped lol


The video I uploaded was 4mins 33 secs. I have no idea what happened there. Let me re upload. LOL Woops... 



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  Reply # 477913 5-Jun-2011 05:30
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The video is uploading now. No idea why it only took the first 1.12. Will edit 1st post once it's done. 



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  Reply # 477914 5-Jun-2011 07:00
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Actually it doesn't look like I can edit the 1st post, so here's the "extended" version of the video.

 

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