I have been following this one for awhile now, and i'm pretty pumped about it. Its a HTC sense 2.1 port to our Nexus S 4G's (and GSM versions)! After the initial port is done, the drivers and such are fully situated/working well, and everything is in working order I don't see why it couldn't evolve into sense 3.0 eventually too
As of right now its flashable and you can enjoy and play with sense! BUT (you knew this was coming ) the only working things are cell service, wifi, and other minor necessities. Data, bluetooth, and camera are not working, im not sure on the GPS. So in other words, its a fun toy to flash and play with for 10 minutes before nandroid restoring back
Of course i'm not responsible for making any of this. All credit goes to Arpeichner on the XDA forums, and the rest of team galaxysense.
Just figured id share it here due to development starting to pick up, and the latest update from the developer
Originally Posted by apreichner
I have been in contact with one of the original GalaxySense developers for the Epic4G. He now owns a NS4G and would like to contribute. This is going to be very helpful as I myself do not own an NS4G. I am in collaboration with him in getting 0.4 up and running on the NS4G.
In other news, bluetooth has been fixed in one of the latest Galaxy S versions of the build. The fix should be easily implemented on our device. He has made some progress in getting data to work, although it is not fully functional. He has gotten the 3G icon to appear, but still no connection. MMS works though.
I think our number one priority is a fix for data. After we have solved that, then I think we would be ready to tackle the camera. And after the camera, I imagine we could experiment with all of the little extras such as FM radio.
If anyone has any experience in Android development or know anyone who does, we would appreciate all of the help we can get. I'm currently working on a new kernel with voodoo additions as we speak.