POSTS TAGGED: HTC EVO 4g
Posted September 23, 2011 at 09:00 pm by egzthunder1
As you are probably aware, there are a large number of guides on how to do virtually everything on your devices. You can do anything by simply following written instructions and trying to understand what you are doing. However, due to the simplification of several tools, there are things and knowledge that gets lost due to this so called simplicity. In order not to let it die, XDA Recognized Developer lithid-cm has decided to take it upon himself to educate the masses on the hidden arts of Android development. For this purpose, he has decided to start his own Google + help sessions to teach and educate everyone who wants to join in. Moreover, he has already started a thread in the EVO section where he has already pla. . . READ ON »
Posted September 15, 2011 at 03:37 pm by egzthunder1
Looks like a good month to have an EVO 4G. Yesterday, we posted an article regarding a port of the latest Sense 3.5 rom to the Desire HD and the Desire S, which came from the unreleased HTC Runnymede. After having worked on the original build from XDA Recognized Developer capychimp, XDA Recognized Developer eVoKINGS has successfully ported this new build to the HTC EVO 4G. This build is by far a final one, but so far it seems that it comes loaded with a “real” version of Sense 3.5 and it also comes loaded with Android 2.3.5 as a rom base. Much like it was the case for the Bliss port that we spoke about last week, the current project (as it is less than 24 hours old), still has a lot of broken options such as wi. . . READ ON »
Posted September 15, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
A little while back, we spoke about a rather interesting port for the EVO 4G, courtesy of XDA member the_plattypus. Well, while it seemed that the project was stalled for a while,the dev has been silently working on improving it and working out bugs and kinks. A few days ago, he posted that the rom was indeed getting better and that several things that people were longing for were finally fixed such as the ability to mirror your device onto a high definition screen/monitor through the device’s HDMI out. Other improvements include the newer Gingerbread 2.3.4 build being used as a base, and finally a smoother Rosie to play with.
The development will be put on hold momentarily due to technical difficulties w. . . READ ON »
Posted September 6, 2011 at 01:25 am by orb3000
It seems more and more devices are getting the latest version of Sense running. First, the port was completed for the Desire HD and Desire S, and now thanks to XDA Recognized Developer eVoKINGS, Evo 4G owners can enjoy it too.
This is the first beta version and some bugs are expected. Please be patient and give the devs some time to work out the kinks. However, if you are itching to flash it and see what the new Bliss feels like, give it a go and leave some feedback behind.
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Originally posted by eVoKINGS
[WIP][PROJECT] HTC Bliss Sense 3.5! (IT LIVES!!!)
Team Bliss so far:
Myself,wdfowy, newtoroot, joelz9614, wildstang83, jermaine151,and Team Nocturnal
What’s this? Sense 3.5 on EVO 4g Supersonic
Posted July 20, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
How would you like to have an incredibly fast rom, based on the latest of the latest for your EVO? Sure, you can find a few roms that will fit this description and many will indeed offer some speed improvements and enhancements, but in order to make your device truly fly, people fall back on overclocking the processor. As a result of this, most tasks performed by the device become a considerable percentage faster and more responsive. Well, XDA member Virus. has made a major improvement to his already popular Kingdom rom for the EVO 4G. The newer versions of this rom come pre-loaded with what he called God Mode. But wait, what is this God Mode? Leaving all the technical aspects aside (as they are not 100% clear to me). . . READ ON »
Posted July 13, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
The eternal quest to get the most out of our non expandable, very limited internal storage has been a paramount objective since the early days of mobile devices. We have, through the years, gone through solutions such as removal of bloatware, which is software bundled in our devices by manufacturers and carriers, compressing apps, having files online on systems such as dropbox or ftp, and much more. On Android, one rather big limitation was that you could originally not place apps on your external card. Thanks to app2sd scripts, this is no longer the case. In ordere to maximize the effect of these scripts, a good solution is always to partition your sd cards, but the how to do this on Android is not always common kno. . . READ ON »
Posted July 13, 2011 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
We all like and enjoy the ability to reboot into diferent modes on our Android devices. It saves us from having to manipulate our devices in weird and strange ways as well as having to perform weird button combination presses. If you updated to the recent update to Gingerbread on the EVO and like the stock rom, you will likely be missing out on this great feature and the ease of a one click access to Recovery. Well, fear not because XDA member ca1ne has released a mod to add this functionality to your rooted and Sprint powered EVO. Needless to say, this is available in other custom roms, but if you are not into flashing a whole lot, then this should prove to be a good solution for you. The installation of the mod is relative. . . READ ON »
Posted July 10, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
Many of you are aware of the fact that Sprint, in all of their infinite wisdom decided to cut 802.11 n support from the EVO 4G when they released the latest update for the device (4.24.xxx.x). As weird as that move sounds, it is quite an annoying one, particularly if you stay with the stock version of this update or if you go to one of the various custom roms that still have this disabled. If you find yourself missing out on much higher data speeds on your N network, then check out what XDA member MultiDev has come up with. The dev found that the driver for this needed to be replaced for it to support N, so he took it upon himself and released a guide on how to get this functionality back on the EVO 4G. The dev gives two possible wa. . . READ ON »
Posted June 27, 2011 at 06:00 am by mic_888
If you’ve been one of the unlucky EVO 4G owners who have replaced the device speakers a few times already, XDA forum member dabigcheezze has shared his experience in actually fixing the speaker itself rather than replacing it.
Firstly, a disclaimer from the XDA member! This could break your speaker so try it at your own risk!
The XDA member has tested this on 2 EVO’s which both now sound perfect. From his findings, it sounds like issues are due to a lot of built up metal shavings which weigh the speaker cone down and prevent it form making the true desired frequency.
To implement the fix, you’ll need an earth magnet, and you’ll need to dismantle your phone, then follow the simple instructio. . . READ ON »