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Author How to install the HTC Hero interface on the G1
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Posted: 2009-07-28 18:10
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The HTC Hero is a brand new Android phone that's due to be launched in the next week or two. One of the best features about the Hero is the fact that it has a brand new user interface - called Rosie, of all things! Rosie has bee developed by HTC to help it differentiate its Android phones from the myriad competitors that are now appearing.

The new user interface has been designed from the ground up to give Android a super-slick polished look. It's not just a port of HTC's TouchFLO user interface that it created for Windows Mobile. It's a brand new dedicated Android interface that looks super-slick, has a nifty new Web browser and great new music player, among many many other enhancements.

But what if you've already got a T-Mobile G1 with the "vanilla" Android user interface? Are you forced to watch your HTC Hero-sporting friend gloat over the greatness of his new phone's UI while you're stuck with your G1's UI for the next year or so?

Fear not. If you've got the technical chops, patience, and balls of steel, you too can port the HTC Hero's user interface over to your T-Mobile G1. Be warned - it's not easy!
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Posted: 2009-07-28 18:23
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Hi saazibaig

check here

and look for Nanu's blog. He has one already....


esato since Nov, 12, 2001
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