Love it or hate it, looks like HTC Sense is hell-bent on getting on the Samsung Galaxy S. This newest attempt to port HTC Sense to the Samsung Galaxy S has been made by QuBe2, member of XDA Developers. It’s based on Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and comes with HTC Sense 2.1. It may be a little old, especially with HTC Sense 4.0 being floated around, but as long as it gets a fully working Sense port, beggars can’t be choosers.
At the time of this writing, the port is still under development and cannot be relied on yet for daily use. Some of its known issues are Bluetooth, both front and back cameras, fastboot, and the camcorder. When pattern lock is enabled, it also shows the device to be charging when it isn’t plugged in. Things like hardware acceleration, Wi-Fi, GPS, phone calls, SMS, USB Data Transfer, HTC Hub and HTC Sense Account seem to be in working order, however.
This ROM, called Galaxy S Sense 3G, is compatible only with the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000, so make sure you’ve got the appropriate model number before attempting to flash this ROM. Attempting to flash this on incompatible phones may result in bricking your phone. Check your handset’s model number by going to Settings > About phone.
Once you’re sure you’ve got the appropriate phone, then you’ll need a few more things:
Here’s how to flash the Galaxy S Sense 3G ROM to your Samsung Galaxy S:
The HTC Sense UI (version 2.1) is now used on your Samsung Galaxy S instead of the Samsung TouchWiz user interface. Have fun!
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sajnos itt egy szót nem írnak arról hogy nem megy a mobilnet nem ismeri a külső sd-t és a kamerát se tudja elindítani valamint a sim kárty számait se ismeri fel:.:S
i don understand one thing…i installed this rom..but if someone calls me their name arent showing on my phone…but their numbers are booked on phone…
Might be a bug of this ROM !