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msadek122

(DEVS) Project to port stable CM9 to our liquid

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msadek122    2

I Found this Thread talking about how to port any device's rom to another device :D but the devices should have the same resolution and the same CPU

I Don't know if is it possible, so I made this topic if the DEVS can help us if it's possible as the(HTC Desire Z) meets our liquid in resolution and CPU and it has great stable roms if you can help

Here is the link of the thread i found : http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1941239

Great thanks to our DEVS you are really doing a great work ^_^

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Diljeet    33

HTC desire is having similar specs to our liquid you are right.

But the biggest drawback is that it has Htc Sense which is the hardest to port.

Sense roms always uses customized Android OS for their phones not the default android os, so hard to port.

I haven't seen a non buggy sense port(in froyo we had sense desire ports, but they had bugs)

So its risky to port Sense roms, however you can check other phones with similar CPU at this link http://en.wikipedia....system_on_chip)

Thanks(i am not dev, just a user)

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msadek122    2

What about nexus one and there are others have the same cpu and resolution I just wanted to make sure that if it's possible

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Suhaib    0

How about trying to port from the hd2 instead it has far more development than the desire. I am currently running JellyBean 4.1.2 on my HD2 Very smooth and stable with one or two minor bugs. It has pretty much same specs as Liquid E

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