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Question [Q] Only sense home app on Buzz Froyo!

Hey guys, young French junior member here hehe (not really sure of my english)

I recently bought a HTC Wildfire 2.2.1 with Sense (and Damn Hboot 1.01) and then I wanted to root it and overclock it= impossible without an xtc clip, great!
So this is my phone HTC Wildfire 2.2.1 with Sense, Froyo Hboot 1.01, Bouygues Telecom .

I comed here as i just wanted to change my home screen/theme (Sense->Stock Froyo), I saw a few videos and tutos which said to clear Htc Sense's defaults launch option, and then put on the Home button, but nothing happened and Sense still there (grrrr).
Finally I decided to download Home Switcher, and i saw that my wildfire didn't have any Home.apk expect for Sense Home...

I wondered how could i change this or where could i download the stock froyo home.apk, can you help me ?

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There are two things I can think of:

1: Install ADW Launcher from the Market. It looks pretty similar to the default Launcher on Android 2.2

2: The default Launcher for Froyo 2.2 can be found here in this thread at Post #10. But, this is for the Evo, and, I have no idea whether it will work on the Wildfire or not. Still, as it simply involves installing an apk, it should be worth a try:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...92#post7527492
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HTC decided to eliminate the stock froyo home from WF.

Just install another launcher like LauncherPRO, GOLauncher, ADW, etc.
 
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Hmm that's what I though... thanks for the instant answer ! Nevertheless the buzz is quite slow and I want the fastest one,are these launchers better than the sense one?

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Hmm that's what I though... thanks for the instant answer ! Nevertheless the buzz is quite slow and I want the fastest one,are these launchers better than the sense one?

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LauncherPro is MUCH better than stock launcher (not much much better than Sense is terms of smoothness, but much more useful yes).

I don't like ADW or any other because they aren't smooth. LauncherPro is.

 
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Hmm that's what I though... thanks for the instant answer ! Nevertheless the buzz is quite slow and I want the fastest one,are these launchers better than the sense one?

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Launcher PRO is smooth as butter compared to the Sense launcher.
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