AllDroid knocks some Sense into the Motorola DROID

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AllDroid knocks some Sense into the Motorola DROID
Those wacky kids at AllDroid have knocked some Sense into the Motorola DROID-Sense UI that is. In addition to the HTC overlay, Flash was also downloaded onto the DROID although it is running very slowly. Besides a couple of videos, some screen shots were released including one of  entertainment site Hulu. There are still some bugs on the ROM, so it looks like more work is needed. The Verizon flagship model is supposed to get Flash straight from Adobe in the first half of the year, so you should be a huge fan of Sense and HTC's style to even consider doing this to your DROID once all of the work is completed. The ROM used was made for the HTC Desire, for those who would like to know. So,if you Desire some Sense be added to your DROID, be patient. It's still early in development.

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source: AllDroid



1. Kappy

Posts: 108; Member since: Dec 14, 2009


2. cansler

Posts: 136; Member since: Oct 07, 2009

I'll just get the desire. My wife might actually want that crazy Backflip because LG Vue turned her off to the whole touchscreen only experience. I do know we're gonna both go Android unless the new plan requirements force us into another $30 data plan. Then I will convince her to go with a more "simpler" phone. Problem is, any phone she would go with is probably going to force her into a data plan. If that is the case, then we'll get the phones we want and not "settle" for anything just because we don't want a higher bill.

3. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

The Vu was nice, but sucked if you were a texter. Sorry if I sold you one, lol

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