POSTS TAGGED: HTC Sensation
Posted December 6, 2011 at 12:48 pm by Will Verduzco
As we’ve stated in the past, one of the highlights of the Android OS is how it allows you to customize almost every aspect to your every whim. Often times, however, you wish to change more than the superficial by delving into the world of radio, bootloader, recovery, and splash screen modification. Assuming you have already achieved S-Off status on your device, XDA forum member danward brings us the perfect tool for your hacking needs.
Assuming you have USB debugging enabled and have the appropriate hboot drivers installed, Android Flasher allows you to flash these previously difficult-to-flash areas in just a couple of clicks. The Windows-based app currently works on the following HTC phones: D. . . READ ON »
Posted November 28, 2011 at 08:22 am by Sam Caplat
Ice Cream Sandwich ports are highly sought after, given the hype and price of the phone that runs it. However, providing there is support behind development, there is every chance you can run it on your device. This article is here to list the current ICS ports on our most popular forums and their individual stages in progress. Should your device not be listed below, you can always visit your device’s development forum on XDA and search for any ROMs listed with “Ice Cream Sandwich”. Check out our list! . . . READ ON »
Posted November 23, 2011 at 04:04 pm by orb3000
If you happen to have the HTC Sensation, you may be aware of the work done by XDA member |ErosizeD|. For those of you who are not BR CameraMod promises to increase your camera powers: video quality can be enjoyed at 1080p @40mbps as well and the mods are presented with the following improvements:
Better image quality ( compression set to 0% ).
Higher bitrate values 8mbps up to 20mbps only HD working. ( 1080 not working due kernel or system ).
Boost of 80MB.
Sense 3.5 ROM´s
Better image quality ( compression set to 0% ).
Higher bitrate values ( 10mbps up to 40mbps practically BluRay DVD quality in terms of bitrate ).
Generally increased FPS stability, and camera performance.
Boost of 8. . . READ ON »
Posted October 31, 2011 at 04:00 am by orb3000
According to some Sensation owners, there is an issue with music playback cutting out, or songs skipping back and forth and pausing randomly while on headphones. XDA member zmfl worked out a simple solution to correct the aforementioned problem, which occurs once headphones come in contact with the metal, you may not be aware until some months of use when the isolating paint starts to come out. The method is as simple as placing a small piece of isolating tape to avoid metal contact which causes the malfunction.
Let´s try to figure out if this is a design issue, in which case our HTC friends must be alerted, or perhaps only some isolated cases due to hard usage…Do you have this problem with your HTC Sensation. . . READ ON »
Posted October 27, 2011 at 06:48 pm by egzthunder1
I know that it has been a few weeks already, but we finally have green light to keep on going with our exclusive series of security holes on HTC’s latest devices. In case you just tuned in on the whole issue, we will be talking about vulnerabilities found on HTC handsets across the globe, particularly on the EVO family of devices as well as some of the newer ones like the HTC Sensation and Kingdom. XDA Recognized Developer TrevE has been doing a fantastic job in uncovering the holes one by one, and after much testing, he found some rather interesting results of things that could easily be obtained from your device(s) due to pieces of code inside of the manufacturer’s handsets that are exclusively in c. . . READ ON »
Posted September 24, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
It seems that Sensation owners have had a few issues since purchasing this brand new offering by HTC. According to several reports across the web, the device in question seems to have problems with the touchscreen which start manifesting within a week or so after use. Certain areas of the screen become unresponsive with no apparent reason behind it. After a lot of testing and trial and error, the faulty screen was attributed to the ground to the device’s body coming lose and thus causing static electricity build up, which ends up affecting the screen. Thankfully, XDA member zmfl found a solution that would possibly fix your issues if you are indeed experiencing these problems. Keep in mind that it is pos. . . READ ON »
Posted September 20, 2011 at 09:22 am by orb3000
So, you just bought a Sensation and just when you get it on your hands, HTC announces an update. Well, don´t worry because XDA Recognized Developer mike1986. just cooked a new ROM based on the Sensation XE with Beats Audio technology, and moreover it comes overclocked to 1.5 GHz with real dual core support.
Other nice stuff included is the improved Andreno200 configuration, it has enabled GPU UI rendering, SD Card speed tweak, battery auto-calibration, a data partition special speed tweak, and the 3D Engine was overclocked from 266.6 MHz to 320 MHz.
Give it a try and let the developer know about your experience by leaving your feedback.
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Originally posted by mike1986.
Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) – late
Posted September 15, 2011 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
If there is one thing that is real about Android is that there is enough variation to please most people out there. Some people just flat out refuse to use Sense in their devices and prefer lighter roms such as AOSP. As many of you know, the most famous one in this category is CyanogenMod, which works with a wide variety of devices. Thanks to the efforts of XDA Recognized Developer persiansown, the HTC Sensation has been added to this ever growing list of devices. The rom is still in initial stages but it is quite usable according to the dev. There are, however, some bugs which could potentially put some people off from it until the bugs are fixed.
Please ensure that you have a rooted device and that you read the entire OP . . . READ ON »
Posted September 13, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
A couple of weeks ago, you may remember that we posted an official response stemming directly from HTC regarding privacy and security of data (link to previous article). Not being entirely happy with the response, XDA Recognized Developer TrevE decided to take it upon himself to dig out some more stuff regarding the apps and pieces of code that were actually doing all the collection. He came up with a rather nice list of apps, most of which he has been working on constantly to try and decipher their true purpose. Well, to make a long story short, this information got to the desks of the good people at HTC and they decided to try and generate a response to these new concerns. Without further ado, HTC’s offici. . . READ ON »