If you’re running a Motorola Droid but feel jealous of the HTC Sense UI featured on the HTC Espresso, you’re in luck. Folks have managed to get the HTC Sense UI installed and running on the Motorola Droid, though the process is a dangerous one, as you’ll need to root your Droid, and tinker here and there, running the risk of ending up with an expensive paperweight. Your Droid will also need to be running Android 2.0/2.0.1, in case it isn’t already.
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