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  1. kckid

    Bent my EVO LTE

    I keep my EVO in my back pocket when I'm out. Last night my friend noticed it now has a slight curve in the phone starting just above the kick stand. Guess I'd better get a case for it or not keep it in my back pocket.
  2. *****WIPE DATA FOR GOOGLE WALLET BEFORE FLASHING THIS OR ANY ROM**** PLEASE DO A FULL WIPE AND USE THIS BEFORE FLASHING This ROM is a continuation of the CleanROM franchise originally created by Scrosler (Optimus S, Evo 4G, Evo 3D, HTC Rezound, AT&T HTC One X, and a new tablet every week) CleanROMs will be made for the Evo 4G LTE by Benny3 (BE) and Newboyx (DE) with the permission and guidance of Scrosler This ROM is targeted to the towards the user that wants a taste of AOSP with a Sense twist. CleanROM DE is an all inclusive ROM designed with you in mind! It's designed to be as close to AOSP looking as possible while still retaining full functionality and a few of the benifits of Sense Deodexed Bloatware Removed (I mean a ton of bloatware!) EQS (with super cool ICS blue toggles thanks to benny3) APM Build Prop Tweaks Sdcard Tweaks Memory Tweaks Apex Launcher Camera button wakes phone Camera Mods ( Shutter Sound,HDR/Panorama) AOSP Clock AOSP Calendar AOSP Email AOSP Browser AOSP Calculator AOSP Lockscreen ICS themed status bar (thanks Tiffany84) Evo LTE OC app ES File Explorer JellyBean Wallpaper Holo Locker (this is the genius app that allows the caller ID to show through on the AOSP lockscreen on Sense based ROMs) thanks mobint! Wifi Tether Launch Voice Search by half pressing the camera button Remapped button layout. Long press home for "Multitasking" and more! Must have custom recovery installed with unlocked bootloader! Copy ROM to storage Reboot to Recovery You must do a data / Factory Reset in Recovery! Install ROM Reboot to System Enjoy awesomeness! You must be on the 1.22 firmware! Just an FYI: I built and tested this s-off with the latest firmware installed. It has not been tested on any other combo. Feel free to chime in if it works great on a different set-up. I could not have did this alone and I want to give special thanks to all who contibuted knowingly or unknowingly Scott aka. scrosler Benny3 freeza SteelH Rydah805 one_love_420 regaw_leinad smw6180 jeffsanace aamikam Tiffany84 The whole Team at Unlimited.io for s-off 83fc703a4bfbb36de5ea6cc3c999b8ca Tapatalk Users can download HERE You must set your Mobile Browser set to desktop view! *A note about the Downloads page: There are a few different ROMs available on the Evo 4G LTE page. This ROM is "DE". There is also "BE" which is a very similar ROM but it has much more Sense remaining. They are both built on the same base. I will be following this thread to provide any help if it is needed. I am also available at the following sites if you would rather not post here for ROM support http://www.scottsrom...107-CleanROM-DE (I am a moderator here) and http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1784657 My user name is the same on both sites. Feel free to post any feedback here or any of the other sites.
  3. So, called around to all the BBs and corporate Sprint stores within 40 miles today to see if anyone might actually have stock on the EVO 4G LTE. Nobody had stock, and some hadn't even been able to provide stock to pre-order customers. So, I was getting frustrated with the battery on my original EVO and decided to drive to Best Buy to get a replacement. Got to Best Buy and they had no stock on the battery - but they suggested I head over to the Walmart across the mall. I walked to the mobile phone dept at Walmart and was standing at the counter waiting to talk to a clerk when, amazingly, I looked down into their stock case and they had ONE EVO 4G LTE. I immediately told the clerk "I want that" and she grabbed it out of the case. She wasn't even aware they had any stock on them at all. She proceeded to start the upgrade process for the phone and ran into a problem. She needed to use a phone to call Sprint, and the only phone she could do it from had a customer on it complaining to a T-Mobile rep about a phone that he had purchased at a T-Mobile store (not from Walmart). I patiently waited 20 minutes and the guy was still going at it with T-Mobile. The clerk apologized profusely, and I told her not to sweat it. Another 15 minutes goes by and I told the clerk that I was going to go shop for cases, etc. While doing that the manager walked by and profusely apologized and thanked me for waiting and handed me a $25 gift card for the hassle - which I definitely wasn't expecting. The guy finally left after a total of about 50 minutes and they finalized my order. I've since called around to other Walmarts in the area and two of 5 had at least one EVO LTE in stock. Soo.. for those of you waiting to get your hands on an EVO LTE, you may want to start dialing Wally World to see if they might have stock - or even just walk in and check their case, because THEY may not even know they have it. The price for it here was $158 with contract extension.
  4. Looks like crApple is at it again... Doing what they do best. http://www.engadget....rd-itc-dispute/
  5. I found this review for the HTC EVO 4G LTE on Engadget http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/10/htc-evo-4g-lte-for-sprint-review/ One thing that they pointed out that kinda left me thinking is that Sprint has apparently chosen to embed the SIM card, making impossible to remove without taking apart the phone. I was really hoping their phones would become more like GSM phone where I can simply take a phone from carrier to carrier. Does anyone know why Sprint chose to lock up the phone like this?
  6. I am currently deciding between the Galaxy Nexus and Evo 4G LTE. I am upgrading from the iPhone 4S to one of these phones. Which phone? Also who ever owns the Galaxy Nexus please list pros and cons of owning the Galaxy Nexus
  7. by Danny Bullard Sprint 4G Rollout Updates Wednesday, April 4, 2012 - 9:45 PM MDT Earlier today, HTC and Sprint announced the highly anticipated next generation EVO, dubbed as the EVO 4G LTE. Kinda of a long name huh? Well it's not about the name, it's about the device itself. The EVO 4G LTE has a HUGE 4.7" 720p screen with a Super LCD2 display. Powering this device is ICS covered with SENSE 4.0 with Qualcomm's S4 chip. This device is basically Sprint's version of the ONE X, so it has an impressive 8MP camera that can record up-to 1080p video. Along with those fancy specs, this device will run on Sprint's soon to debut 4G LTE network. Other specs include a NFC chip, Micro SD Card slot, Beats audio, red kickstand and a 2000mAh battery. This device will also be the first device to feature HD VOICE (I will go into detail in another article). When most devices are announced, release dates and prices are left out. Well, Sprint was so kind/sarcasm to tell us when we can pre-order this monster and how much this will cost us. Preorder for the EVO 4G LTE will begin on May 7th and it'll only cost you $199.99! Pretty reasonable, eh? So, will you be purchasing this bad boy once it hits Sprint stores? Sound off in the comments. Also, EVERYTHING you need to know about the device is listed in the PR below the photos. Photos courtesy of HTC.
  8. Today is Sprint and HTC's press event. Just curious, what is everyone expecting to see today? Anyone expecting something other than the Evo variant of the One X?
  9. Exciting news! Especially the thought of it being called the "Evo LTE." Sure, it's only a name, you can name it anything you want. But the Evo has been such a staple for Sprint's Android lineup - why change a good thing, right? Source: http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/02/29/rumor-is-sprint-getting-its-own-variant-of-the-htc-one-x-or-something-eerily-similar/ (Well, where I got it anyway. The original source is referenced.)
  10. Danny Bullard Sprint 4G Rollout Updates Tuesday, March 27, 2012 - 8:59 PM MDT Looking to buy a smartphone but not looking to spend $200+? Look no further! WireFly and Sprint are selling HTC EVO 3D for a low price of $0, yes free. Requires you to be a new customer or adding a new line of service. The EVO 3D can still hang with some of the higher end smart phones. The 3D has a dual core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3" qHD display and dual 5MP cameras that can take 3D shots and video. Plus, the EVO 3D is slated to get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich this year. So, who will be heading over to WireFly's site or Sprint's site to order a free EVO 3D? Or, are you waiting for Sprint's LTE Galaxy Nexus? Sound off in the comments! Source: Sprint, Wirefly
  11. hey guys i was just wondering because im able to upgrade two weeks before the galaxy nexus comes out if i should get the galaxy nexus or wait a little bit longer and get the htc jet. i really dont mind waiting a little longer for the htc jet but since i really dont know too much about processors and ram and all that stuff i was just wondering if you guys can help me out picking out the better phone. any help or comments would be appreciated thanks
  12. Scott Johnson Sprint 4G Rollout Update Sunday, March 25, 2012 - 5:00 AM MDT Every Evo ever released on Sprint’s network has been manufactured by HTC. Does this necessarily mean that it is exclusive to HTC? The “Droid” line of Verizon phones have been manufactured by Motorola, HTC and Samsung. Would Sprint consider extending the Evo name to another handset maker as Verizon has done? Sprint and Evo [float right][/float]The Evo “franchise” has defined Sprint’s Android line of phones since the HTC Evo 4G burst onto the scene and redefined the way we look at smartphones. The mere fact that Sprint still sells the device nearly 2 years after its release is telling of how great a handset it is. HTC followed up the success of the Evo 4G with the HTC Evo Shift 4G, a slider phone with a physical keyboard. The HTC Evo 3D is seen by some as the successor to the original Evo, but others see it as a whole different offering, due to its inclusion of 3D camera and glasses-free 3D screen. The final smartphone in the Evo series is the smaller, lighter, world phone, the HTC Evo Design 4G. HTC also produced a tablet with Evo badging, the 7 inch HTC Evo View 4G. Verizon and Droid [float left][/float] Similar to Sprint's Evo line, the “Droid” line of phones has defined Verizon’s high-end Android powered phones. Some argue that the Droid line has been watered down with a steady stream of Droid badged phones hitting shelves. There have been 15 “Droids” released starting with the Motorola Droid in October 2009. This amounts to a new Droid every 2 months on average. Motorola has accounted for nearly 75% of the models, but HTC (3) and Samsung (1) have also provided Droid branded models to Verizon. My-Touch T-Mobile’s “my-touch” line, while not known as high end phones, but more of a family friendly line, has seen models from HTC and LG. Even Huawei is rumored to be manufacturing a my-touch model for T-Mobile’s network. Samsung Galaxy [float right][/float]One might say that the Evo branding is HTC’s brand, similar to how Samsung has used the “galaxy” branding. Samsung has released “galaxy” smartphones, tablets and even android powered media players. The difference is that Samsung’s use of the galaxy badge has extended across carriers and, as seen with the media players, extended to non-wireless carrier electronics. The Evo brand has stayed with Sprint, with no “Evo” branded electronics being released (other than an international GSM version of the Evo 3D) which makes it appear to be Sprint exclusive. What does the Evo future hold? What can we expect from Sprint’s Evo line moving forward? Many think that the HTC Jet will be the next in the Evo line, but it has been rumored on this very site that HTC may abandon the Evo name to consolidate their product line. With the original Evo and Evo Shift getting “long in the tooth,” will Sprint find successors from any willing manufacturer to refresh their iconic line with a slab and slider? What manufacturers should Sprint consider, and would those manufacturers be willing to shed their own brands and assume the Evo branding? Should Sprint let the Evo name ride off into the sunset if HTC abandons the line? There are a lot of questions surrounding the name “Evo,” but we could see at least a partial answer on April 4th when HTC and Sprint announce their most recent collaboration.
  13. by Jeff Foster Sprint 4G Rollout Updates Monday, February 27, 2012 - 2:21 AM MST Earlier this year, both HTC and Samsung stated in reports that it will be slimming down its product lines in order to reduce expenses, concentrate on higher quality and to lessen the effects of diluting similar product lines. Samsung has hinted that the Galaxy S lll will be launched simultaneously in many markets, and would eliminate the U.S. carriers from individual looks and independent features. Now HTC has introduced its "One" (several discussions are taking place on individual phones already) brand which appear to cover the entry, mid and high level markets. The new "One" phones will be equipped with Android 4.0, Beats Audio and a "toned down" Sense UI. This new Sense will be more Android like and less resourse intensive. It appears like HTC was listening to customer complaints of Sense UI taking too much memory and interfering with performance. HTC appears it has taken its cues from Samsung and its success from the GSll series of devices that boosted Samsung's bottom line. HTC is hoping that this new strategy and new Ice Cream Sandwich devices will help HTC climb back towards the top spot and return to a position of reporting record profits. So are you sad, angry or relieved that the Evo badge may be no more? S4GRU members have been commenting and speculating since October 7th on the next Evo LTE device anticipated. Sound off with your thoughts below. Source: CNET
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