The most exciting aspect of the HTC Hero has to be the HTC Sense UI, it's jaw droppingly beautiful and offers a completely brand new experience for Android. We've been watching any video that featured the HTC Sense and have been hoping to see it on other Android devices in the future. And though we were disappointed when we heard that neither the G1 or myTouch 3G will be receiving the Sense UI, we didn't give up hope. We were pretty certain that the wonderful users over at xda developer forum would cook up something usable for us.
And boy they have! Head on over to see the detailed instructions on how to port the Sense UI onto your T-Mobile G1. It's rather intensive and obviously risky, but the joys of using Sense may be worth it. We're highly contemplating fixing this one up on our G1. Did anyone do this to their G1 yet? How do you like it?
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