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Android wouldn’t be what it is today without HTC

This week, HTC is back in headlines with the announcement of the HTC Desire 20 Pro and U20 5G. If you read about these devices around the web, you’ll have probably seen a lot of comments like “HTC isn't dead yet?” or “HTC still makes phones?” Besides VR, the company hasn’t been doing much in...

HTC Droid Eris Receives Jelly Bean

A few days ago, we reported on the HTC Hero receiving both Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean ROMs. As if this wasn't enough proof that Jelly Bean can run on practically anything, the Hero's rebranded sibling, the HTC Droid Eris has now also received the same treatment.Though the device has only a measly 528MHz...

Nexus One “Too Old” for ICS? Get Real! AOSP-Based Builds Arrive for Various Devices!

Google's Mobile Product Manager Hugo Barra recently stated that the company had no plans to update the Nexus One to Ice Cream Sandwich, citing that the handset was simply too old to run the newer operating system. Many users felt unnecessarily abandoned, believing that a former flagship device under 2 years old could hardly be...

Sense Zero Ported To More Devices – Eris, Sapphire, and Hero GSM Owners Rejoice!

It certainly didn't take long. If you recall yesterday, we published an article about a port of the HTC Pico's Rom to the Hero CDMA. This port came loaded with a lighter qvga version of the brand new Sense 3.5, which is also referred to as Sense Zero. We said that we were probably going...