SuperJELLY is a custom Sense-based ROM for the HTC EVO 4G LTE that seems to aim to be in a neck-and-neck race with MeanBean for non-stop updates to bring about fixes and enhancements to HTC and Sprint’s recent bug-ridden OTA to Jelly Bean.

Since the initial thread post on December 16, there have been at least ten updates to the base ROM, and a host of bugs squashged and features added that include some speed enhancements to the GPS, Bluetooth tethering support, the removal of HTC loggers (which are alleged to be all over the place), MMS limit raised to 5MB, a DNS hack for a faster Google Play experience, disabled Exchange security, and a list of additions several pages long.

The ROM ships with several custom flashable zips for maximum configuration with a few boot animations to choose from, the Sense 4.5 camera if you want it, Zepplinrox’s multitasking tweaks, and several others.

The ROM also can be updated via SVN, so if you want to get updates nightly without having to download gigabytes of data, you can configure downloading of just the updates to your computer for flashing.

I wish I would have configured this before I went on Christmas vacation to the land of 56k dial-up speeds, as many many updates that fix all sorts of Jelly Bean bugs have been released on this ROM, and many other JB ROMs in the past few days. I, on the other hand, seem to be seeing all the Sprint OTA bugs one after another. Next vacation …

Anyway, if you install this, drop a line in the comments and let us know what your experiences with it are like. Unfortunately, at my current data speeds it would take me about two days to download the base install of the ROM, so I’m going purely by comments on this one. It looks neat, though.

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