POSTS TAGGED: HTC Wildfire
Posted July 19, 2012 at 04:30 pm by Former Writer
Not too long ago, we brought you news that allowed HTC EVO 4G LTE users to customize their bootloaders. The process was pretty cool, allowing users to make their bootloader look however they want—including making it look unhacked. After the initial project was released, users clamored for this to be made available to more devices. The requests were heard and responded to. Now, the plugin has been made available to make the bootloader customizer for a number of HTC devices.
The process for a developer to port this is not hard. XDA Recognized Contributor regaw_leinad, who developed the application and plugin, takes a time out from the stags (yes, that’s really him) to explain how:
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Posted July 12, 2011 at 09:00 am by mic_888
Wildfire owners how have unlocked their boot-loaders using alpharev x running stock 2.2.1 with HTC Sense may be interested to hear of the fix that XDA forum member rickwyatt has posted in the forums.
The fix is for 2.2.1 HTC Sense where HTC wallpapers and the HTC settings wizard were not working properly, and default widgets were missing after a hard reset. The fix should work with all 2.2.1 ROMs including custom ROMs.
You’ll need to copy the file uploaded by the XDA member to your SD card, install a 2.2.1 ROM or use you backup, flash recovery recovery-clockwork-220.127.116.11-buzz or higher, flash sense-fix, hard reset and finally, reboot.
Posted June 22, 2011 at 06:00 am by Will Verduzco
Are you an HTC Wildfire user dying for some tasty S-Off action? Luckily AlphaRev X, which is intended on achieving exactly that, has just entered public beta.
Starting with an issue he faced himself, XDA forum member dannyjmcguinness has created a support thread regarding the public beta. Obtaining S-Off is a rather large milestone, as it allows custom kernels and ROMs to be flashed without any issue. Additionally, files in the /system partition can be modified while the device is powered on, enabling programs like MetaMorph to work as expected. Essentially, achieving S-Off makes the device truly yours.
Posted April 25, 2011 at 03:00 am by egzthunder1
About a month ago, XDA member danne_jo had began working on something for the HTC Wildfire. The little device was now being fitted to run Gingerbread, and not AOSP. The port to this was what it is commonly known as a Ginger-Sense build (Gingerbread and Sense if you haven’t figured it out just yet). Now, you may be thinking that is is relatively old news and that you have seen Ginger-Sense ports for many other devices. Well, the thing is that the ports have been for far more powerful devices, and this is why the Wildfire gets an honorary mention in the Hall of Fame for being able to run this. Other devs have jumped into the project and so far there seems to be good progress. XDA member evilisto has been hard at play . . . READ ON »
Posted March 15, 2011 at 03:00 pm by egzthunder1
Swype has been one of the most revolutionary keyboards for mobile devices since the introduction of Android. The Swype project has grown considerably over the past couple of years and it has become one of Android’s must have apps. The downfall was that due to limitations in the coding and licensing, only certain devices were allowed to have the keyboard installed. One big hurdle that is usually a factor when porting apps was the screen resolution, and because of this, QVGA devices did not have the chance to sport this keyboard. According to a thread started by XDA member NickHu, Swype seems to be pro-actively developing backwards as well in an attempt to include the few remaining devices with smaller scre. . . READ ON »
Posted March 1, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
Not too long ago (in fact, just a few hours ago) we told you how some of the older devices should be kept for a reason, since they pack more punch than our beloved carriers and manufacturers make us believe. Same goes for lower end devices like the HTC Wildfire, which thanks to XDA member ben1066, it just got its first taste of Android 3.0. Due to the little development on this device, the port took a little bit longer than the rest. However, it still made its way through and right now has the same functionality as many higher end devices. Needless to say, tons of things are non-functional, so do not expect to use this as your daily driver. Yet, just like with any sports car, taking it for a test drive should be fun.
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Posted October 30, 2010 at 12:00 am by Captainkrtek
For all you CyanogenMod fans out there this will make you happy, CyanogenMod released version 6.1.0 of their ROM for the following devices:
- HTC Aria
- HTC Desire (CDMA)
- HTC Desire (GSM)
- HTC Dream & Magic
- HTC Evo 4G
- HTC Hero (CDMA)
- HTC Hero (GSM)
- HTC Slide
- HTC Wildfire
- Nexus One
Many users have reported issues with the marketplace, but those issues are being fixed. As for the features of this new release here are some of the big ones:
- Updated to Android 2.2.1
- Camcorder touch-to-focus
- Continuous Autofocus
- Quick Pin Unlock
- FM Radio Support N1/Bravo/Supersonic
- EMMC Support
- Kill Foreground apps by long-pressing back.
Posted August 18, 2010 at 09:00 pm by egzthunder1
In the most recent innovations for most Android devices, there is an app that has taken ‘root’ among Android users. This is called “1-Click Root”, and it is available for many devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S series, the EVO, and many more. Now, it is the time for the HTC Buzz-Wildfire to get a shot at freedom. XDA member MartinEve has created a program to allow for a software root solution, which basically will grant some SuperUser permissions, but it is not the complete root. However, the dev says that he is in the process of trying to make the process into a true 1-Click root in order to be able to install goodies such as the beloved Cyanogenmod. Drop in the thread and help the dev if y. . . READ ON »
Posted June 14, 2010 at 03:30 am by Ben Elliott
The Wildfire – the Desire’s baby brother – was unveiled earlier in the year by HTC. It sports a 3.2″ QVGA capacitive touchscreen, 384MB RAM and a 528MHz processor among the expected specifications of a cute, pocket-friendly Android device that fits a low budget. HTC’s Wildfire (orignally codenamed ‘Buzz’) will run Eclair 2.1 with Sense and should be available to you soon.
In anticipation of its release and the development-related interest behind the device, we’ve gone ahead and given the Wildfire its own space on the site. The Android Development board and other traditional topics will be added once the public has got a hold of the phone, but you can visi. . . READ ON »