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Stock Android UI VS HTC Sense UI

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lhm0304, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. lhm0304

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    Now that Gingerbread is out with its massive (?) updates, is it time to root?
    Although Sense UI is very convenient and well refined, I am tired of waiting HTC & service providers to tweak and release it to the users after 3-6 months.

    I am currently running LauncherPro & never looked to use Sense UI

    Do you think HTC will release New Sense UI with Android 2.3?

    IS IT TIME TO ROOOOOTT?!?!?!
     

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  2. xaero

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    i don't like the aesthetics of the original htc sense, so stock ui for me.
     
  3. DC E1G

    DC E1G Well-Known Member
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    Sense exists in far more than just the homescreen. You might miss it if you went to a stock ROM.
     
  4. EddyOS

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    Sense all day, stock Android is plain fugly
     
  5. barneystuta

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    I was amazed what features were included in the HTC Sense UI, other than just the look. Just little things, you probably wont realise. A list of some of them are here - HTC - HTC Sense

    These are part of Sense remember, not Android.

    As for is it time to root, I personally wouldn't (if I was put off before, I have already rooted). But for me personally, I don't see anything in this update which is a must have now feature. Unlike with the 2.2 flash update, which was integral to anyone wanting to browse certain websites.

    Simple really, if you wouldn't miss any of the sense features, and see something in 2.3 that you really like, then go for the root option (once 2.3 has been developed by some clever people to work on the Desire). If not, then leave it as it is :)
     
  6. DC E1G

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    Makes me sad that some of those features don't happen on the Desire because it still has the old version of Sense.
     
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