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If you want your HTC Inspire 4G to go completely Sense-less, while at the same time enjoying the latest Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread, then look no further.
Thanks to the Android Revolution HD 6.3.2 custom ROM, you can enjoy the latest Gingerbread for your HTC Inspire 4G, while breaking free of the stuffy and loaded HTC Sense UI.
XDA Developers member mike1986 gets the credit for Android Revolution HD 6.3.2, and offers you a way to cut away some of the excess fat from your system.
The no-Sense version of the ROM has eliminated several of the HTC Sense components such as the Rosie launcher, HTC Themes, HTC Widgets, and HTC Lockscreen. Through an alternative method, you can go further and also remove the Sense launcher, HTC Skins, HTC Hub, HTC Peep, HTC Recommends, HTC Reader, News and Weather app, Stock app, SMS/MMS app, Voice Dialer, and temp folders on the SD card.
It’s actually a great way to free up some storage and memory on your HTC Inspire 4G.
So, if you’re eager to enjoy Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread but not as eager to mingle with HTC Sense, go ahead and try the no-Sense Android Revolution HD 6.3.2 custom ROM.
Note: Use this guide at your own risk. We will not be held liable for any damage on your device as a result of following this guide.
Good work You can now experience a Sense-free Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread on your HTC Inspire 4G through the Android Revolution HD 6.3.2 custom ROM.