A while ago popular Android modder Paul O’Brien revealed that he was cooking up something called MoDaCo.SWITCH. Very little was known about it until this video was revealed demonstrating the feature. Speaking of which, it is supposed to be a quick and convenient way to switch from HTC Sense UI to AOSP.
The video shows that the switch can take place making use of an application which gives you an option to choose between the HTC Sense ROM and the Google Play edition (AOSP) ROM. Choosing one will reboot the phone and switches the ROM quickly. What’s also convenient is that the ROMs share the same data set so all of your data and apps will be available with either ROM. The video has details showing how the ROM will be based on the 2.24 European HTC One (Android 4.2.2) and the Google Play edition ROMs.
MoDaCo.SWITCH hasn’t finished development, in that it is still undergoing rigorous testing eliminating the smallest of bugs and other issues. The initial release is also considered to be a public beta so there’s still some work to be done before it is complete. Finally the video also hinted about another ROM that will be available as a ‘best of both’ version though very few details exist on this.