egzthunder1 · Jun 29, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Old Tricks For New Phones? Speed Up Internet on EVO 3D

It looks like lots of people are getting their hands on the latest release from HTC, courtesy of Sprint, the EVO 3D. As it is always the case with new releases, there is always room for improvement, and in this particular case, we will focus on increasing the speed of your internet connection. XDA member yoboii23 brings up a guide from the past, one that used to work really well for the EVO 4G. Hidden deep within the Data menu in the EPST programming, there lie a few parameters that allow the 3G to go at full speed when they are zeroed out. For this purpose, you will need your MSL or SPC code. As the 3D still has not been rooted, using MSL Reader from the market is not possible, so the member also posted a quick guide on how to obtain this code. One way is to call Sprint and get them to provide you with said number, while the other involves using a program called CDMA Workshop.

Please leave some feedback if this guide was useful to you.

This will give us something to do until we get root 

I only updated some pics and minor information. Also made it a lil easier on the Evo 3D community 

You can find more information in the original thread.

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