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Can anyone please port the HTC sense 6 keyboard for the nexus 5 because I really love it but when I install it in system apps it says that the keyboard isn't compatible with my device while when I used the NexSense Rom the keyboard was working great but the rom is missing the sound and camera so please if anyone can port it for me
 
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Its too difficult. It requires HTC framework so...

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So it's immposible to happen, if you know a way or guid can u please tell me, I can try
 
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You'll need to either;

1) reverse engineer all the HTC frameworks and work out what code is required for the keyboard to work then inject that code into AOSP

2) port a HTC ROM to the nexus 5

I can't help you with either

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You'll need to either;

1) reverse engineer all the HTC frameworks and work out what code is required for the keyboard to work then inject that code into AOSP

2) port a HTC ROM to the nexus 5

I can't help you with either

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the Blinkfeed seems to be working with Nexus 5 with mod so i suppose the frame work should be installed for it to work. should this not be the same case.

correct me if i am wrong as i am no expert.

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the Blinkfeed seems to be working with Nexus 5 with mod so i suppose the frame work should be installed for it to work. should this not be the same case.

correct me if i am wrong as i am no expert.

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Yeah sure, if you can figure out what it needs to make a framework "file" like the blinkfeed mod. This would be option 1 in my previous post.

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During the forum thread for NexSense ROM, some key issues weren't able to be fixed and many people tried. The issues are much deeper than just modifying a file, first you have to know what's in HTC framework and add it to your ROMs. Now the problem was described by rootSU's post. It is unfortunately difficult.

This means that yes, it's not impossible to get HTC apps and and an HTC ROM, it just hasn't been done yet by a skilled developer. The OP of NexSense made tons of progress though.
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There has been some news of HTC releasing some of its apps like Zoe and blinkfeed in the play store for all android devices. I think the next best thing might be to wait and see what HTC does with that idea and exactly what apps they plan to release

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