HTC EVO 3D Posts on XDA

Android 5.0 Lollipop in 3D–EVO 3D, That Is!

It is that time of the year once again. Flowers bloom (or snow falls, depending on which side of the world you are on), people are gearing up for the new year, and needless to say, we have a brand new sweet treat courtesy of a small Mountain View based company called Google (you may have...

The Story of Snow White and the 6 Paperweights

Without hacking and love for mobile devices, XDA-Developers would probably be just a bunch of old forum and database data in some HDD in a server room in The Netherlands, waiting for someone to simply wipe it and end its suffering. Because of its community members, their discoveries, contributions, and endless hours of suffering, agonizing...

Easily Dim the Capacitive Buttons on Many HTC Devices

Hardware capacitive buttons seem to be a love-it-or-hate-it affair. While many of us seem to prefer the versatility of the on-screen buttons most commonly seen on modern Nexus devices, others instead favor the increased usable screen real estate made possible by having dedicated keys outside of the display.If you happen to own an HTC device,...

View 3D Images on Non-Sense ROMs on the HTC EVO 3D

There are quite a few Sprint users out there who likely have fond memories of what seems to be a rather distant past. 2011 was the year when HTC decided to try something new---innovation at its best, if you will. They wanted to bring the not-so-new emerging technology of stereoscopic 3D imaging to mobile devices....

WiFi Tether on SGS3 TW and EVO3D Sense 4 Jelly Bean Roms

The eternal conundrum of data usage---you buy it on a monthly basis from your carrier and try to use it for any and all needs. If you travel as much as I do, you will know that the luxury of mid to pseudo high speed data on the go on your computer via tethering is...

Enable 3D Pics in Stock Gallery for Sense 4+ on EVO 3D

Recently, we have seen lots of cool projects being born on the HTC EVO 3D, which is for the most part a device that is slowly fading into the shadow of its younger, slimmer, and more powerful brethren. But as it is customary on XDA, this is not going to stop devs from continuing with...

Add a Touch of 3D to Your Apps with 3D Interlace Library API

We recently published an article regarding a new feature (that should have been available from release) for the EVO 3D, which allowed users to use 3D pictures as wallpapers on their desktop. This app was developed and published by XDA Forum Member HJ200. It seems that what he did has awaken a somewhat of a sleeping...

Team Win Recovery Project Updated to 2.3

The last time we brought you news about TWRP, it was to announce that TWRP 2.2.2 had been released. It had fixed a lot of bugs from the initial release of TWRP 2.2 and added a few new features. Very recently, TWRP has been updated again to version 2.3.There were a whole bunch of awesome...

Add Actual 3D Wallpapers to your EVO 3D Home Screen

A few weeks ago, we brought you news about an app that enabled 3D on the EVO 3D at all times by XDA Recognized Contributor jmztaylor. In that article, we stated that one of the cool things that one could do with this would be to have actual 3D wallpapers on your screen. However, the process of...

Quick and Dirty Sprint EVO 3D Root & S-OFF

Ever since its launch, the HTC Evo 3D has garnered an impressive fan following in the developer community. From its initial temp root to the first stable perma-temp root, from the AlphaRevX S-OFF to the engineering bootloader, from the official bootloader unlock to bootloader customization, we have kept you up to date with the developments for this device here on the XDA Portal. While permanent root...

Enable 3D on the EVO 3D… All the Time

For those of us who own an HTC EVO 3D, we tend to be hit, from time to time, with questions about our investments. Questions like, "why did Sprint take over a year to release something that was ready to go way before?" or "Will we be getting JB like the other devices that are...

First Sense 4.1 ROM Hits CDMA EVO 3D

It's always good to see newer software gets ported to older devices with enough functionality to actually use. It can add new life to older devices and make them more tolerable for at least a little bit longer. Now, the HTC EVO 3D has a working Sense 4.1 port, and it comes not long after...