As you can see, the switching between the roms on the HTC One looks to be pretty faultless and the fact that apps installed and data saved on one rom transfers to the other rom is particularly cool. Paul also mentions in the video that he is planning to make version that incorporates just the best bits of Sense and the Google Play Edition, but that this was the logical halfway. We also see Paul’s Twitter login details, but I think we should all forget about that. The MoDaCo.SWITCH is a very cool modification, especially if you want to see what differences there are between the two without needing to flash a new rom everytime.
The MoDaCo.SWITCH is still being tested at the moment, but should be available in a public Beta soon. Would you try the MoDaCo.SWITCH on your HTC One? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.
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