We know it’s Monday, so hopefully you’ve been looking forward to some really good news. That is, if you’ve been eagerly anticipating the full retail release of the white variation of the HTC EVO 4G for Sprint.
An update to the EVO 4G hit the internet recently. As always the people over at XDA have gotten their hands on the software, rooted it, and are currently in the middle of the investigative process to see what has been changed.
As if it weren’t already evident that Android is slowly taking over the mobile phone industry, Sprint’s Evo 4G made a guest appearance on the popular show Fringe. Apparently this smart phone belongs to Peter Bishop,
HTC’s Desire HD is a phone we’d like to see come to the U.S. as soon as possible! Most likely you’ve heard of the EVO 4G for Sprint, which is very similar to this phone, but with a few additional perks. With the
The highly popular, insanely powerful HTC EVO 4G has been named one of the top products of 2010 by Popular Mechanics. We are not surprised, since it’s launched in June it has been one of the most reliable, and fast phones on
This week was clearly the week of updates for Android devices across all carriers and manufacturers. The Droid X got the much anticipated, although a bit buggy, Froyo 2.2 Upgrade, while other manufacturers were pushing out
Just a few days after the announcement of HTC Desire HD, we heard that the ROM has been extracted. Well we now have a followup of the happenings between then and now. The developers behind the extract have not got it ip and
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
Today is clearly the day of Android device updates. Following the 2 Galaxy S updates, we now have official word from HTC that the EVO 4G has received an update as well. The current version, V 3.29.651.5, fixes a few bugs in the
That didn’t take long at all. Not that it should have, considering the amount of work being put into rooting all the Android devices out there. Well, maybe not all of them — just the good ones, right? In any event,