HTC’s Sense skin for its Android handsets is known for its resource-hogging capabilities, all the bloat it adds, the ability to lag even on dual-core phones and other issues. However, the Sense UI is also the most beautiful OEM skin out there. Ever since the HTC Magic days, developers have tried to port Sense UI to other devices. Some abandoned their project mid-way, some met with failure, majority managed a show-off only Sense port with nearly all the basic features broken, while a lucky few managed to get a fully-functional Sense port.
Adding to the “show-off only Sense port” is Qwedia’s Sense 4.0 HTC One X port for the Galaxy S II. As stated, the ROM is based on the One X’s Sense 4.0. As of now, the ROM barely boots with a few basic features working including GSM/Data, SMS and some sensors. Apart from this, every other major and minor hardware feature is broken making the ROM useless as a daily-driver.
If you own a Galaxy S II (I9100), and are feeling a bit adventurous or are getting bored, head over and download the ROM from here.