Sunday 12 May 2013

HTC One users can now use CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly build to permanently get rid of Sense UI

HTC One users can now use CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightly build to permanently get rid of Sense UI

I know many users are frustrated with the HTC Sense UI.  It has been a matter of great debate regarding the form and the functionality.  It has its own uses but often becomes to much of a spoil sport for a true Android fan.  There are many third party launchers available in the Google Play Store which can remove the Sense UI but once you remove the launcher you are back to square one.  

How would you like to do away with the Sense UI completely from your HTC One.  Thanks to the active CyangenMod community, you can now do so.  Official nightly build of one of the most popular Android  ROMs are now available for download. 

And this build comes with stock-like Android 4.2.2 experience to the One, which is shipping out of the company with Android 4.1.  Bonus of course, is the huge amount of customisation you can do with your HTC One right from  the notification bar to navigation controls.

IF YOU HAVE A UNLOCKED HTC One you can find the links here on the XDA Developer page.   Please remember modding is not good without any experience so if you are not good at tinkering let it be.  Be sure to read the full tutorial before you start your tinkering process.

The Mod though, has its own share of bugs.  The In-call audio for outgoing calls are little bit iffy so you will need to enable 'touch sounds' to have audio in outgoing calls. The IR sensor does not work and Wi-Fi calling is not possible with the current mod.

Other bug are yet to be discovered so if you come up with one report the same to the XDA developers forum.  Please post in your comments about the mod and its bugs, if any.  Kindly read my this post for the Nightly builds for Samsung Galaxy S IV for Sprint and Verizon.

Vijay Prabhu

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  1. Well that was very helpfull and nice info. Thanks.

    1. Thank you Abhi and all of you at techworm.in

  2. Useful information. Liked your post.

  3. Hello, I just got my HTC One and I was wondering if you could upload some Camera shots of your front facing camera. Regardless of how I play with the settings I find that most pictures with that camera have more noise than an iPhone front facing camera. thanks~ Hannah

  4. Good to know those who don't like it can get rid of it. Just out of curiosity, what are the negatives on Sense? I love it and was one of the primary reasons I traded in my S4 for the ONE.


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