HTC Sensation 4G. After the scheduled Android 4.0 update yesterday, some users found that their HSPA+ ("4G") data wasn't working, much to their display. Luckily, TmoNews discovered an easy work-around: head into the settings menu, tap "Network", then switch it to WCDMA/GSM Auto. You should see the little "4G" icon reappear when in a coverage area.
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finally coming from T-Mobile this week - tomorrow, in fact. But PCMag spotted a frustrating caveat in the official support document: you won't be able to use the "4G Hotspot" function for free anymore. Users who wish to share their connection will have to fork over $14.95 a month for the official tethering plan, allowing them to "officially" use the WiFi hotspot or USB data tether.
HTC Sensation 4G to Android 4.0 on May 16th, just two days from now. They also stated that the newer Amaze 4G would be getting its own update "in the coming weeks". We'd previously heard that it was scheduled for mid-June.
T-Mobile folks. It looks like HTC and T-Mobile have finally completed testing for the HTC Sensation 4G and its upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. After multiple announcements, details, previous reports of coming soon and more, it looks like it will finally be available possibly sometime this month.
HTC Sensation 4G smartphone that you won't want to miss out on. They are offering up the Sensation 4G completely free as a web-only special, but the deal ends on May 3rd. Offering a $199 web-only discount brings this phone to you completely free with a new contract, but does the date reveal their plans?
TmoNews, three of the biggest players for T-Mobile will be getting Ice Cream Sandwich in the near future. The internal screenshot shows the Samsung Galaxy S II getting ICS on May 14th, with HTC's Sensation 4G and Amaze 4G (which already has an ICS leak) following on June 16th.
HTC Sensation 4G here on T-Mobile's HSPA+ network. While we've heard plenty of good news from both HTC, and T-Mobile regarding updates to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the device, today we've learned that T-Mobile had to delay the Sensation's update.
HTC Amaze 4G and the popular Sensation 4G will both be getting updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Obviously we all expected these to be among the first updated, and HTC themselves have confirmed this already too. Sadly while we did hear a confirmation from T-Mobile themselves, an expected date was no where to be found.
relatively soon, but that time still hasn't come. That is, unless you've managed to root your device already. A ROM port from the highly anticipated HTC One X has brought Android 4.0, including the newest iteration of HTC Sense, to the Sensation.
Onskreen Cornerstone has brought windowed apps to Android tablets. It's hard to believe the feature wasn't already built into the OS. It looks and works just like windowed applications in Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. Now you can have your Facebook open, while chatting through Google Voice, and then surf the net all on the same screen.