Articles about htc evo 4g

Kyocera Echo added to Sprint End of Life listing
Earlier this month Sprint updated its End of Life listing, signaling an end to the HTC EVO 4G, BlackBerry Bold 9650 and Sanyo Innuendo. Now it looks like the phones will be given another month on the shelf but we’ll be seeing an additional phone added to the EOL list: the Kyocera Echo. Despite being less than a year old, it looks like the phone hasn’t caught on long enough […]

HTC Rider is actually HTC EVO 4G+
HTC is on a roll these days, what with their range of smartphones that are sure to have a little bit of something for everyone, ranging from the low end to mid-range and even high end models. Well, the HTC Rider has been one of the speculated smartphones to come for months now, where this is actually the HTC EVO 4G+ – that is the final moniker which it will […]

HTC EVO 4G update plays nice with Netflix
If you happen to be in possession of the HTC EVO 4G, surely you were pleased as punch to obtain the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the device, but unfortunately for us, the update did not work as well as intended since it gimped the ability for the handset to support streaming both movies and TV shows from the Netflix app on the Android Market. Doesn’t sound as though the […]

HTC Droid Incredible and HTC EVO 4G to get new Sense UI?
If you’re a proud owner of either the HTC Droid Incredible or HTC EVO 4G, then you ought to be pleased to know that there are whispers of a spanking new Sense UI Android skin coming your way from HTC. According to a Spanish HTC Twitter account, some very interesting details were revealed concerning the new HTC Sense UI, where all Android 2.2 Froyo HTC smartphones will also be getting […]


HTC EVO 4G Suffering From USB Charging Issues?
HTC’s EVO 4G is not without its own set of problems, and now reports are going around that some users are having trouble charging the device via the microUSB port. According to complaints, the device will either not be able to be charged or will charge intermittently when plugged into a microUSB port, which is quite a serious issue, since a phone with an empty battery is pretty much useless. […]

White HTC EVO 4G arrives at Best Buy
Best Buy was not supposed to release the white version of the EVO 4G from HTC today, but it seems that these smartphones have already landed in select Best Buy stores by now. July 11th is the official date where you can get your hands on one of these puppies, so might as well get ready to suit up and bring a nice camera along to make sure you capture […]

Sprint HTC EVO 4G OTA Update Bricking The Phone?
Some bad news for HTC EVO 4G owners has surfaced. While there might have been some cause to celebrate as Sprint released an OTA (over-the-air) update for the device, many users are reporting that the update actually bricked their device. It’s possible that some users might have modified their phones through unofficial means, but many were also running the device as it was without any fancy changes to the phone. […]

HTC EVO 4G Modified To Support Palm Touchstone Inductive Charging
The Palm Pre might not be the coolest device around, but it does offer support for one of the coolest charging docks around – the Touchstone inductive charger. Now if you own the recently released HTC EVO 4G instead and want inductive charging, you’re in for a treat. Seems that someone out there decided to take the time to modify his EVO 4G to support the Touchstone’s inductive charging. A […]

HTC EVO 4G Having Glass Separation And Light Leakage Issues?
While the HTC EVO 4G got off to a flying start, some bad news has been trailing the device recently, and now some users are complaining that the device is suffering from glass separation issues, leading to possible light leakage. Apparently the glass on the HTC EVO 4G’s screen can start to loosen from its mount on the device, and the light leakage issue could get worse when users press on […]

HTC EVO 4G Limited To 30FPS Only?
You might not have noticed this if you aren’t a developer, but reports are going around an artificial limit has been imposed on the screen refresh rate of the recently released HTC EVO 4G. According to the complaints, performance is limited to 30FPS for both 2D and 3D content, despite the phone offering the same chip and graphics processor of the Nexus One, which doesn’t have this issue. Speculation is […]

Sprint's Android Customizations Deemed To Compromise Security
This certainly isn’t going to be the type of news that Sprint wants on the eve of its HTC EVO 4G launch, but what has happened has happened. A source who managed to gain root access to the HTC EVO 4G has had some rather unpleasant things to say about Sprint’s customization to the Android OS, claiming that it was bad enough that an Android app would be able to […]

HTC EVO 4G User Manual Available On Sprint Support Site
Sprint’s highly anticipated HTC EVO 4G WiMAX phone is just a day away, and if the video commercial didn’t whet your appetite enough, the user manual has now surfaced on Sprint’s support site for your viewing pleasure, giving you instructions on how to use your upcoming device. Of course, you’ll probably get a physical copy of the user manual when you pick up your HTC EVO 4G on June 4th, […]

Sprint Releases Promotional Video Of The HTC EVO 4G
Can’t wait to get your hands on the HTC EVO 4G on June 4th? You can bet many folks out there are waiting too, but while you might not be able to get the device early, Sprint has released a video commercial on the device, reminding you that you’ve been drooling over the first 4G device from them. Granted, it’ll probably only make the wait more unbearable, but June 4th is […]

Android 2.2 FroYo Ported To The Upcoming HTC EVO 4G
Google’s latest version of Android, version 2.2 FroYo, is undoubtedly interesting, so you really can’t blame anyone for wanting to port the OS to whatever Android device they have on hand. In this case, we’re talking about the soon-to-be-released HTC EVO 4G. The folks over at XDA Developers have done just that, and they’ve even been kind enough to upload the video. Are you looking forward to getting Android 2.2 […]