This is a discussion on Sorry to say this.......Considering a Desire within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by alphawave7 I would want to play with the optical tracking before jumping..I've heard it can be quite glitchy, compared to the accuracy ...
You can turn off SenseUI on the desire to get Stock Android 2.1.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2Amcaot1Us]YouTube - Turning an HTC Desire into a Nexus One[/ame]
Interesting...I didnt think turning something off like that would be so simple
Bought the AT&T N1.
why would you want to downgrade to vanilla...thats what gets me. Sense UI has such a better interface. HTC knew what was up when they made Sense, dont get me wrong, Vanilla is still nice, but Sense UI does everything that Vanilla should do + some. just the widgets for friend stream, texting, mail, almost anything beats Vanilla.
Rooted and flashed as of March 11, 2010
CyanogenMod 6.0.0 - Sold
I would like to note that I had a G1 which had the trackball very similar to the N1 (the G2 had a recessed trackball, therefore some are worried about the trackball).
For over a year and a half I had the G1 carried with me in my pocket with no case and even spilled yogurt over my phone one time, my trackball NEVER missed a beat.
I think the trackball is very accurate and concise. The optic version is easier to navigate. I believe this to be WHY Blackberry went with this style because they don't have touchscreen and you can navigate faster.
Also the lighting and notification on my N1 through the trackball make it REALLY one of the coolest features!
Anyway GL on whichever phone you choose!
Nexus One and luvin it
Enomther 2.10.1 Froyo Release