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5 ways that HTC Sense 4 is a step backwards from stock Android

When Google released Android 4.0, we all knew it was not going to put an end to the various flavors of Android out there. Like every other Linux distribution, there are those who feel like their way is better, so the primary code base gets forked to accommodate their changes. By having their own version [...]
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