BAM! this is what we've all been waiting for since we first saw Froyo and Sense 2.2 running on the HTC Desire. Android wizard udk over at xda-developers has released the first version of a Froyo-based HTC Sense ROM. Before Evo and Incredible users get too excited, there's the little problem of a Froyo capable radio image, so don't even think about trying to flash this. But for all you folks using the Desire, what are you waiting for? Just be sure to come back with tales of wonder -- and pictures. In the meantime, work has already begun getting this ported over to the Nexus One, and I'm sure the capable Incredible and Evo developers are hard at work to satisfy the CDMA bloodlust that's sure to spring up. [xda-developers] Thanks Max!
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