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HTC Incredible S

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HTC Incredible S
Incredible S
HTC Incredible S.jpg
Specification
Manufacturer: HTC HTC-icon.png
Release Date: Feb. 2011
Operating System: Android Android-icon.jpg
Dimensions: 120 x 64 x 11.7 mm
Weight: 136 g
Chipset:
GSM Model:
Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255
GSM Model:
Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655
Display: 4" WVGA 480x800 SLCD
Networks: All Models: GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900
GSM Model:
S710a: UMTS850, UMTS1900, UMTS2100
S710e: UMTS900, UMTS2100 Unknown: UMTS900, UMTS1700, UMTS2100
CDMA Model:
S710d: UMTS900, UMTS2100, CDMA800, CDMA1900
ADR6350: UMTS900, UMTS2100, CDMA800, CDMA1900
Wifi: 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz
Bluetooth: 2.1
NFC: No
GPS: Yes
Video out: No
Camera: 8 MP
Secondary Camera: 1.3
Internal Memory: 768 MB RAM, 1.1 GB NAND
Memory Card: microSD/HC
Battery: 1450 mAh
Additional Features:


Intro

HTC Droid Incredible 2
HTC Incredible S
Codename: HTC Vivo

ROMs

A note on the state of development for the Incredible 2/S
Slinkwyde posted on 28th February 2014, 01:27 PM:

The 4.2.2 ROMs are the last ROMs for our phone that are both stable and fully functional (including camera in CM 10.1). Don't use Beanstalk 4.3; it has severe graphical issues that randomly make apps completely unusable. 4.4 ROMs benefit from the lower RAM requirements of KitKat, but on the Incredible 2 they suffer from missing functionality such as no camera. Using Greenify, Android Tweaker 2, and a lightweight launcher such as Nova Launcher (rather than Trebuchet, AOSP's default launcher), you can reduce the RAM usage and improve the battery life and performance of 4.2.2, without having to lose functionality like you would in 4.4. Then if you want you can apply a 4.4 KitKat theme. A good kernel to use is B-team AOSP 4.3v2 (MD5: a10098530a2153eaaec301049201ee37 thread), so that in developer options you can set the CPU governor to smartassv2 and perhaps do a little overclocking too if you want. I also recommend the AGPS patch if you use your phone for navigation or other location services. When your phone gets laggy, use the Fast Reboot app to free up RAM without needing to actually reboot (which drains considerable battery).

If your Incredible 2 is just a secondary phone for you to mess around with, CM 11 (kitkat) may be a good choice. You'll appreciate the lower RAM usage and won't mind the missing features. If it's your main phone, on the other hand, use a 4.2.2 ROM for now

Stock

Android RUU Roms

Custom

Name
CM7 Fused CyanMobile Incredible Xperience
Details
Android version 2.3.7 (Higher versions planned)
Project version 1.0
Latest release date March 17, 2014
Development status WIP
Base CyanogenMod 7
UI Stock
Note
  • Uses a universal installer
Bugs
    -
Link WIP ROM GB 2.3.8 Official CM7 Fused CyanMobile Incredible Xperience Update: 3/17


Name
Stock Rom v4.5 / SenseM 5.0 / 5.0.1 Ext4 {tweaks/themes}
Details
Android version 2.3.4
Project version 5.0.1
Latest release date March 6, 2012
Development status Inactive
Base Stock
UI Sense 2.1/3.0
Note
  • Offers stock and modded versions
  • Project author appears to have moved on
Bugs -
Link ROM 3.6.12 sense 2.1/3.0 Stock Rom v4.5 / SenseM 5.0 / 5.0.1 Ext4 {tweaks/themes}

Working download links

Links

Internal Forum

HTC Incredible S (Europe)