CyanogenMod 6.1.0 RC2 …

The snow had made Mee and I walked to work yesterday. We did make our journey short by getting on a bus halfway. The bus driver was kind enough to let us board the bus ‘illegally’ as we were far from the nearest bus stop. On going back home, we just walked to the town centre and catch a bus from there. When we reached the bus stop outside our house, there was a snowman with a cigarette sitting on the bench of the bus stop. Kids these days are quite creative.

It’s been quite a while since I last posted about my phone, HTC Desire. Well, I have made a lot of changes to it and I have also installed a lot of applications and games on it. The worst thing had happened as it was getting slower and slower though it was still faster than my previous Samsung Omnia. So, it’s time to move on to new ROM and I flashed the popular CyanogenMod just last night. With CyanogenMod, I lost the HTC Sense UI interface. Prior to flashing CyanogenMod, I read dozens of posts from different forums in order to determine whether or not I will be making the right choice. The two things that I thought of were HTC Sense UI and backup. With the right tools, backup was painless.

A lot of forum users were like “can’t live without HTC Sense UI” which made me kind of worried. After flashing CyanogenMod ROM onto my HTC Desire, I have not looked back. The ADW Launcher is comparable to HTC Sense UI or perhaps, even better as it allows more customisation and themes. Right now, I have to concentrate on installing all the apps and games that I had previously. It’s going to take a long time. Apart from that, I do not have much to complain though I have only used it like a few hours.

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