Because radio performance tends to vary greatly from area to area, I do not include one with any of my ROMs. You can flash any Raphael radio to your Fuze/Touch Pro, and if your phone is security unlocked, you can also flash radios from the Diamond, Blackstone, Xperia, and a few other HTC devices.
UC: (User Customization)
These ROMs are UC Compatible. If you are not familiar with UC, check out the this thread
for details. PLEASE NOTE: UC runs automatically upon Initial Customization finishing. Your phone will automatically reset after about 1 minute.
[From v3.2 -> v4.0]
- New splash screen.
- New 21009 OS build. (ported by Da_G)
- Even more storage memory available! (~360MB Lite, ~340MB Standard)
- Added Touch Response (device vibrate upon screen tap/touch, not tested)
- Added Upload to Facebook/YouTube (not tested)
- Updated HTC Album to latest Blackstone version.
- Updated HTC Volume Control
- Updated rilphone.dll to allow Rogers/Fido Caller ID to work correctly. (not able to test)
- I'm sure there's more, but I cannot remember right now...
Discussion of v4.0 starts at Post #2581
[From v3.1 -> v3.2]
- Sounds and Notifications bug resolved. Ringtones and alerts can be changed from the default.
- Added SQLCE 3.0 for backwards compatibility with older applications. (SQLCE 3.5 was already present in the ROM)
- Lite ROMs available in both AT&T and HTC builds.
- Both HTC builds include HTC Network Setup.
Discussion of v3.2 starts at Post #2003
Issues and Bug Reports:
- SMS Unread Count: Multiple messages in the same thread must all be viewed to reset the unread count. This is not a glitch in my ROM specifically; it has existed since the 20xxx OS build. Update: There is a possible fix for this, but it requires cooking. I will whip up a batch of v4.1 sometime tomorrow and try it out.
- Stylus Drag-to-Select: Microsoft has begun to add touch scroll features to Windows Mobile, and for that reason, you can no longer drag your stylus to select multiple messages.
- The Volume Up and Volume Down buttons cause HTC Volume Control to pop up, but you cannot adjust the volume. Temporary Workaround: Press either Volume button, tap System or Ring, then drag your finger up or down the bar to change the volume. Note: Programs like Windows Media Player still work with the hardware buttons because they do not pop up HTC Volume Control when in use.