• Android Community Weekly : June 4, 2011

    Welcome to another edition of Android Community Weekly! This past Sunday some press photos surfaced with a breaking leak to the Asus Padphone. Later on, as it becomes official, the group AlwaysInnovating accused Asus of copyright

    June 4, 2011 • Views: 316

  • EVO WiMax Issues? Check your RSA Keys With This Simple App

    If you own an EVO and are currently switching between ROMs, you may have noticed a bit of an issue with its 4G connection. This has been found out to be a problem with the “RSA keys” that allow your WiMax radio to

    January 21, 2011 • Views: 278

  • HTC EVO Shift 4G Spotted Again, Ready for Retail Release

    It seems the HTC EVO Shift 4G just can not stay out of the limelight for long. Engadget has just been sent more shots of the device in the wild sporting it’s blue-backed full QWERTY keyboard. For those of you who do not

    January 4, 2011 • Views: 366

  • Framerate Cap removed from EVO 4G in latest update

    The EVO 4G update that was released earlier this week has now been confirmed to have fixed the pesky artificial framerate cap. The old cap of 30 frames per second, which HTC said could not be crossed or fixed with a software

    September 24, 2010 • Views: 439

  • HTC EVO 4G’s new root method uses Flash Lite, white EVOs Show up Early at Best Buy

    First up, the new method to root the EVO 4G. We all know that the device, the first 4G phone from Sprint, was actually rooted before it officially launched, but since an Over the Air (OTA) update for the handset that root method

    July 6, 2010 • Views: 267

  • Qik, Premium Features Outlined for the EVO

    Not too long ago we found out Qik would be charging for “premium features”. This was an additional fee of $4.99 a month. Couple this fee with the 4G and hotspot fee and the EVO was becoming quite an expensive device to own.

    June 4, 2010 • Views: 332

  • Sprint Evo 4G Review

    Talk about hotly anticipated. Even before the HTC EVO 4G was officially announced, talk of a WiMAX Android smartphone had been driving speed freaks wild with the promise of 4G connectivity and the flexibility of an open-source

    May 24, 2010 • Views: 1144