Samsung Epic 4G and HTC EVO 4G Compared by Sprint [video]

When the Samsung Epic 4G was announced, despite the fact it had plenty of the same features seen on other Samsung Galaxy S devices, one of the stand-out features was that ability to connect to Sprint's 4G WiMAX network. Sure, the EVO 4G was the first device to do it, but it couldn't stay in the limelight forever. Now that the Epic 4G is close to a release date (we assume), here's Sprint to show you why you'd want to take a look at the Epic, versus the EVO.

HTC Droid Incredible and EVO 4G Source Codes Released by HTC

Over the last couple of weeks, other major manufacturers released the source code for some of their devices, too. Both Motorola and Samsung released the code for the Droid X and Galaxy S devices, respectively. Which will make plenty of developers out there happy. This time around, HTC have pulled the curtain off the source code for two of their most high-profile devices.

HTC EVO 4G Froyo 2.2 update fixes dodgy predecessor

It's obviously the week that Froyo is on the menu, with Sprint pushing out a new incremental update for the HTC EVO 4G that takes it from the "unofficial" 3.26.651.3 version of Android 2.2 released last week to a supposedly more stable 3.26.651.6 release.  According to a Sprint admin, the upgrade itself is "very small", suggesting that the Android 2.2 package that went out recently was all but polished for the EVO 4G. Still, some users have been reporting poor battery life, loss of calendar or contacts entries, and generally sluggish performance with the previous update, and so hopefully this will address those problems.  If you're too impatient to wait for the OTA update to be offered, you can trigger it by choosing "HTC software update" from the Updates section of the settings menu. [via AC Forums]

HTC Glacier is T-Mobile’s Project Emerald?

When Project Emerald news broke, there was all sorts of speculation surrounding what it could be. Despite all the rumor mongering and speculation, we still don't have a confirmation from T-Mobile what it is. But, we have to keep the rumor mill turning, so here we are with another addition. The HTC Glacier is, supposedly, the device that will spur T-Mobile's Emerald emergence, and it's actually HTC's dual-core processor device.

HTC EVO 4G OTA Update to Android 2.2 Happening Now, Really

Apparently, when Sprint and HTC call a mulligan, they really mean it. And we'll go ahead and say that, in this case, the second time's a charm. As the title suggests, it sounds like a few (or, a lot) of lucky EVO owners out there are getting their own share of the Froyo love. All OTA style and what not.

HTC EVO 4G Android 2.2 Update Details, Download Now

If you have an HTC EVO 4G, then you need to head on over to the Sprint Site, and download yourself some Froyo. That is, unless you're already rooted and using Android 2.2, then you probably don't want to do that. In any event, this post is for everyone who might actually be interested in seeing what the official update has in store for EVO owners.

HTC EVO 4G’s Android 2.2 Features Get Photographed

While we wait for August 3rd to come around, and you're busy checking for software updates like crazy, why not take a few minutes to check out the new features headed to the EVO courtesy of Android 2.2 in some colorful pictures? Yeah, we thought you might like that. It may not be as good as using the features on your own device, but it's better than nothing, right?

HTC EVO 4G’s Update to Android 2.2 Beginning July 30th? [Update]

That came out of nowhere. But, thanks to a new leak from an internal Sprint screen, it looks like the HTC EVO 4G is getting ready to get updated to Android 2.2 -- starting tomorrow. That's right, July 30th. But, in classic Sprint fashion, the update isn't going to just bring the EVO 4G to the most current software version, but it's also going to include a plethora of new updates to the device itself, courtesy of Sprint.

EVO 4G Easy Way to Root

EVO 4G is one of the fastest and well working phone on 4G. It is hard to get this amazing phone right now because lack of stock in production. The people who have the EVO can now have root access in three clicks.
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