Video captures an HTC HD7 running Android with HTC Sense 3.0

Video captures an HTC HD7 running Android with HTC Sense 3.0
In an era where hacking abilities are highly coveted, it’s not that surprising anymore to find particular handsets running totally different mobile platforms. Time after time, we’ve seen quite a few Windows based phones shedding its roots in favor of running Google’s open platform.

Although it might not surprise some people out there seeing an HTC HD7 running Android, but it’s definitely intriguing to find a device like that sporting the latest version of the Sense UI. Well, the video pretty much shows off how the usually ginormous Windows Phone 7 device is transformed to a powerhouse of an Android smartphone with HTC Sense 3.0 on board. As you can tell, everything pretty much runs as they should – which goes to show the kind of fine tuning that went into its completion.

All in all, it surely shows us all again that the impossible is indeed possible – with the aid of a dedicated and diligent hacker of course.

source: via Redmond Pie

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4. ponce91 unregistered

hey fu.... how did u get the android on ur hd7 can u make a tutorial

3. RayT unregistered

This isn't Sense 3.0. It's a lot different from the actual Sense 3.0 run on the HTC EVO 3D. Look up hands-on videos with the EVO 3D and you can see it's not the same.

2. ^that kid is the idiot unregistered

Your opinion doesn't matter. Sense UI is still Sense UI and whether it's 3.0 or not really doesn't defeat the actual fact. I heard McDonalds was hiring idiots like you though :)

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