HTC SENSE 5 Quick Settings Ported for Most Android Devices

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  • 15 Mar 2013
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  • Sense is the name of HTC’s custom interface for Android devices and one of the most highly appreciated in the Android universe. While with other custom interface there have been a couple of ports, including the launcher or some of the apps that come pre-installed, with Sense it has proven more difficult than usual.


    Sense is well anchored as the custom interface for HTC devices and it looks very good, changing about every aspect of the usual feel of Android. Over the years some of the basic features of the interface, have been either ported or cloned in hopes of recreating the look of Sense for other devices. Unfortunately few attempts of this kind have met with success while the one we’re about to talk about is a very good alternative that can also prove useful.

    Developer laehmic has managed to port the Quick Settings functionality to work with a bunch of other devices, 2.2 and up, independent of the brand. The app provides quick access to a lot of features, including connectivity – Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, Mobile Data, and Sound Profiles of all sorts. Next there are the personal preferences, including for Brightness, Sync, Haptic Feedback and System. There is also the more advanced setting for toggling ADB and Unknown Sources.


    Quick Settings is available to side-load from here and visit the XDA thread for posting your experience.


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