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HTC has released a brand new version of its OpenSense SDK (software development kit), featuring the new APIs that were announced at Mobile World Congress a few months back.  These new programming hooks allow third-party apps to better integrate with Sense 4.0 features like the lock screen and Beats Audio sound enhancements. (Update: the MediaLink HD API is still yet to come, HTC tells us.)

HTC says its intention is to allow app developers to add Sense-specific features with a minimal amount of time and effort. And to that end, it's included some sample code showing how devs can simply implement a check to see what the sound enhancer is doing, and act accordingly. The manufacturer's also added more code in its HTCDev.com Developer Center, so app makers shouldn't have to look far to get to grips with other APIs.

Devs can find the updated SDK and sample code over at the source link. We look forward to seeing what they can cook up using HTC's new development tools.

Source: HTC Blog

 

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Updated HTC OpenSense SDK available with new APIs

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Thanks HTC but all we really want is Bootloader Unlock for the AT&T One X. I would like to remind HTC that they said that their future phones would have bootloader unlocking via HTCDev.com. HTC please stick to your words. I won't buy that AT&T made them keep it unlockable as other current AT&T phones are unlockable.