I just upgrade HTC Sense 5 with BlinkFeed and very like this update so modern and fast run.
and I written what's difference between HTC BlinkFeed and FlipBoard App on my blog too.
HTC Sense is looked blankening OS Android..Actually i'm not so impressed with the Sense UI...
Samsung's TouchWiz UI still the best ever for Android.
Polen, 09 Oct 2013my first experience with HTC went from sour to bitter because of the lack of removable storage... moreBottom line here is that you failed, you didn't know what you were doing and you failed, the phone was probably fixable but you didn't know what to do to get it back up and running, plus if you completely brick your phone then HTC aren't going to know that you rooted it anyway and your warranty will be fine.
I've rooted every single phone i've ever had and i've been with android since the G1 and the Hero, never have I bricked a phone because i know what i'm doing and for when I didn't I researched until I did.
troller, 09 Oct 2013Same old big clock widget? According to me the sense 5.0 clock wqs much better. The new htc s... moreAre you on crack? Touchwiz is light? Sure m8, take your meds and put another rock in that pipe of yours.
HTC Sense used to be quite heavy but touchwiz always has been and still is, youre insane to suggest otherwise, as for the clock, it's part and parcel of the look HTC wants, simple and it works, it always has.
Same old big clock widget? According to me the sense 5.0 clock wqs much better. The new htc sense 5.5 clock widget reminds me the old froyo and gingerbread era. Samsung Touchwiz UI is much better than htc sense. Its very light.
Polen, 09 Oct 2013my first experience with HTC went from sour to bitter because of the lack of removable storage... moreWell in all honesty if you bricked your phone while rooting/unrooting, it's all your fault. If you want to root/unroot then you take full responsibility and risk. The company doesn't support this. Infact they will tell you not to do it. Having said that, I must say HTC phones are probably the most risky to root and specially to unroot.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2013If one can indeed turn off Blinkfeed then its a giant leap forward from Sense 5. Still, Sense ... morelol buddy get out of the cave... The sense your talking about was years ago... I have this device called HTC One running Sense 5.0 and it's been running perfectly since April without any reformat, upgrade whatsoever.
But of course the only problem I am encountering is this purple tint cameraissue but still! It's not sense related.
my first experience with HTC went from sour to bitter because of the lack of removable storage and sealed battery. I rooted the phone, and then softbricked it when unrooting the phone. The battery died and because the phone wasnt charging because of corrupt software, ive ended with an unusable phone. So when youbuy HTC you should know you are purchasing an a phone equivqlent of buggatti veyron, but one that is built to be unserviceable
everything okay HTC, but if you don't reduce price then you will always be loser in India..
The best Android custom UI hands down. Too bad most people prefer their bloated amateur Touchwiz UI and other cheap launchers over this.
IMO, Sense 5.0 in HTC One is unbeatable as far as the smoothness and freezes are considered. I'm on 4.2.2 with Sense 5.0 and I feel that it actually has that project butter thing from stock adroid unlike other companies claiming to have project butter with lots of lags.
Sense 5 its atualy fast and no loggy and its much lighter then tochviz wich su...s .