HTC Sensation ROM Leaks, Features Sense 3.0

Bummed when you heard the news that your HTC handset wouldn’t see the newest version of Sense UI?  Chin up little fella.  Hackers and modders have your back.  Even though the Sensation is at least a few weeks off, a test build of the handsets ROM has landed online.  And, as the headline implies, Sense 3.0 is part of said ROM.  So, what does this mean?  It means you need to be patient and let the hacking community play with it and release custom ROMs or pieces of the experience.  Or, you can download it and poke around with it yourself.  In that case, it also means you’ll want to root your phone.  You are rooted, right?

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5 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    April 14, 20:34 Reply

    No I’m not rooted. I’ve read the process and it scares the crap outta me. I’m that guy that does the same thing on his computer that everyone else does, but it goes wrong for me. If there was one-click perma-root for the MT4G, then maybe.

  2. Anonymous
    April 14, 20:34 Reply

    No I’m not rooted. I’ve read the process and it scares the crap outta me. I’m that guy that does the same thing on his computer that everyone else does, but it goes wrong for me. If there was one-click perma-root for the MT4G, then maybe.

  3. Anonymous
    April 14, 20:34 Reply

    No I’m not rooted. I’ve read the process and it scares the crap outta me. I’m that guy that does the same thing on his computer that everyone else does, but it goes wrong for me. If there was one-click perma-root for the MT4G, then maybe.

  4. unkown
    April 14, 21:46 Reply

    JaylanPHNX , its really so easy, I’ve rooted and unrooted my phone countless times that I can do it in my sleep.. not bragging, its really all about following directions to the point. And all the warnings is just a liability waiver, so they can’t be held responsible if u mess it up. Use xda forums and follow their instructions on how to root. Trust me, I have a g2 that is overclocked to 1.5 and if I wanted it could be 1.8, but its blazing fast at 1.5. I also have a windows seven theme which has got all my friends shaking there head wondering how on earth I do it and asking me to do it for them. And if u do decide to root, download applanet, best way to get free apps :)

  5. Anonymous
    April 16, 16:33 Reply

    nice!

    any hope that we can (will?) get sense3.0 on the HTC G2??

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