If you’ve been following the news of the HTC Touch Viva, you might have heard that it’s rumored to only have a 200 MHz processor. While such a processor might struggle to handle HTC’s TouchFLO 3D, HTC has developed another version called TouchFLO 2D, which is supposed to be less processor intensive. As usual, the folks at XDA-Developers have managed to get the software out of the Viva’s ROM and put it up for download, which should be supported on all HTC phones, just in case you feel like you want to try it out. Of course, do remember that it can be risky to install this kind of leaked software, so be extra careful if you decide to try this out.


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