HTC Releases New, Updated Source Codes for Multiple Handsets

Good news for all you modders and hackers out there.  HTC released new and/or updated source code for a handful of their devices this week through their developer center.  If you’re one of those types who likes to tinker with code, you can head over there and grab it for free.  The handsets seeing the recent release are the Aria, Desire Z, Desire HD, Inspire, and myTouch 4G.

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  1. Arcano
    February 25, 13:41 Reply

    I’m bad at this, someone help me out, does this means I can finally get CM7 on the inspire 4G (at&t) without having sound issues?

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