Get the Updated HTC Watch App for EVO 3D
Sharing is one of the bases of our great community which has almost 4 million members. Now thanks to XDA member str8upx, we know about the latest update of the HTC Watch application for the EVO 3D. The original thread contains the extracted apk file. HTC Watch is a service to rent or buy movies and series for new HTC devices that will allow you to take full advantage of the device’s 3D capabilities.
The app can be installed without applying the OTA update.
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Originally posted by str8upx
Updated HTC WATCH app – w/o system update (OTA)
Here is the EVO 3D Watch app update. I know a lot of people are not installing the OTA system update before we get root. Installing this will allow you to use HTC WATCH and watch the Green Hornet 3d video without applying the OTA.
The first attached apk is the update.
The second attached apk is the app itself and should not be required. I included it just in case anyone needed it.
If this helps: hit Thanks
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