Thank you very much, trkaa, it was an extremely helpful answer, and difficult to find elsewhere. I hope others will find your answer as well, because there is a lot of crap out there about this. I have now been reading a lot, and I see what you mean - I should have s-off'ed it before I accepted the upgrade. So now I have to wait for the new S-OFF method, that will hopefully come. Just one more question: I cannot really understand what options I have and what problems I run into if I go for your third option, flashing ARHD on S-ON. I can see all the problems with the HTC dev unlock, and I am not sure that I will go that route. What I am unsure about is, can I install ARHD 6.6 and/ or the gingerbread editions as I like after htc dev unlock, or should I expect a variety of problems? Maybe no one can really tell the problems I might run into with hboot 1.27000 yet?
Thank you. I think I will patiently wait for the S-OFF option that hopefully will come to surface. My experience with ARHD on my previous Desire HD makes the option of using that attractive, however.
But, just to be sure, with the htc dev procedure I will not be able to install the AHRD XE version with the end number 3.32.401.105 on my plain Sensation, because that is a different firmware? In the end, if the only difference is Beats Audio I wouldn,t care anyway.
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