Tag: htc evo 3D

Android 4.0 ICS update now rolling out to the HTC Evo 3D in EMEA

If you're an HTC Evo 3D user in Europe, Middle East, and Africa, you might want to check your device for an update. According to multiple sources, HTC is now rolling the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update to the Evo 3D in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Unfortunately, users with the phone on Sprint's ...

Alpha release of CyanogenMod 7 for HTC Sensation and HTC EVO 3D now available

HTC Evo 3D and Sensation users, there's some good news for you. CyanogenMod 7 is now available for your devices. Before you get all excited, this is an Alpha build, and there's still some things to get worked out. On the HTC Sensation, the following bugs exist: Recording 1080P video for a couple of minutes ...

CyanogenMod 7 coming to the HTC Sensation and HTC EVO 3D

If you're an HTC Sensation or HTC EVO 3D user, there's some good news for you (if you're a fan of the stock Android experience). The CyanogenMod team made some good progress on the CyanogenMod 7 build for the HTC Sensation and Evo 3D, and an alpha release could be available sometime this weekend. The news was ...

White HTC EVO 3D heading to Radioshack tomorrow, September 9

For those of you who like their phones white, there will soon be another option for you. The white HTC EVO 3D will be available for you to purchase at RadioShack starting tomorrow, September 9. The white version of the HTC EVO 3D has all the awesomeness of the original EVO 3D, such as a fast dual-core ...

Bootloader unlocking now available for the Canadian and European EVO 3D

Keeping up with their promise to make their phone's bootloader unlock-able, HTC is continues to add to the list of supported devices that can now have their bootloader unlocked thanks to the bootloader unlock tool. The latest devices added to the list now include the Canadian and European versions of the HTC EVO ...

HTCDev makes the bootloader unlocking tool for the EVO 3D available

HTC is really working hard, guys! Just three days ago, HTC launched their bootloader unlocking website and gave the European Sensation the honors of having an unlocked bootloader. The Taiwanese company has pushed an update for the EVO 3d earlier today which we have just learned that the 3D phone is currently ...

HTC EVO 3D receives update earlier than expected

We have learned yesterday that the HTC EVO 3D along with the Samung Conquer 4G were scheduled to receive an OTA updates sometimes on August 21 and 23 respectively. EVO 3D owners have been reporting  that the update is available  today. If you can't wait for August 23rd, you can manually check for the prompt by going ...

Rogers confirms HTC EVO 3D will have an unlocked bootloader

Rogers has just announced not too long ago that they will be carrying the HTC EVO 3D and that some customers can pre-order it as early as Saturday. According to a Rogers' representative on the carrier's RedBorard blog, the HTC EVO 3D will come with an unlocked bootloader. I am sure that some Sprint HTC EVO 3D ...

HTC EVO 3D, LG Optimus heading to Rogers in Canada

Rogers, one of the top Canadian mobile carriers, has just announced that they will be launching the HTC EVO 3D and the LG Optimus 3D-aka LG Thrill 4G at AT&T- this summer. Our Canadians friends can pre-order either of these 3D phones starting next week. Folks who reserved the EVO 3D will be entered to win a $2,500 ...

HTC EVO 3D overclocked to 1.8GHz, Sensation 4G is next

Peter Chou has promised that all the upcoming HTC Android devices will come with an unlocked bootloader. Unfortunately, the HTC EVO 3D has come with one but that didn't stop Michael Huang, the developer of SetCPU, to overclock the handset to 1728MHz (1.7GHz) via temporary root with the use of a loadable kernel ...

Video: HTC EVO 3D gets taken apart

Have you wondered about how does your phone look when taken apart? This guy named "Franky402" has decided to make a 7 minute video to show you guys what's under the HTC EVO 3D's hood. We just wanted to let you know to not mind the quality of the video, since it was probably taken with a phone's camera. Also, do ...

Sim-Free HTC EVO 3D available at Amazon UK for a whooping $915

With the European version of the HTC EVO 3D just announced by HTC, many non-Sprint customers in the U.S. have been wondering if they could get the the 3D beast to work within their favorite GSM networks. Are you ready for this? It will cost you a whooping £569.99 or $915 if you want to get your hands on the ...

HTC EVO 3D hitting FCC with T-Mobile bands?

It looks like T-Mobile wants its share of 3D Android phones because the HTC EVO 3D, going under the codename PG-86300, has just made its way into the FCC carrying T-Mobile's 1700MHz AWS band. T-Mobile just got done releasing the HTC Sensation 4G not too long ago and adding the EVO 3D, which is a beast on its ...

Deal: HTC EVO 3D for $149.99 at Amazon Wireless

Want to get in on all the 3D fun without the full price, then you'll be happy to know that Amazon Wireless has a great deal on the HTC EVO 3D. As of right now, you can get the HTC EVO 3D for $149.99 if you open a new account with a 2 year plan. For those of you who currently have accounts and are simply looking ...

HTC EVO 3D heading to Europe next month

The HTC EVO 3D, HTC's first 3D phone (and one of only three 3D phones in the planet) is heading to Europe next month. The announcement was made via a press release, which you can read below. Although no specific dates were announced, you can expect the EVO 3D to be "broadly available in Europe from July". The ...

The HTC Evo 3D is now available for everyone

Today is the day, folks. The HTC EVO 3D, the first available 3D smartphone is now available for everyone to purchase. The phone will cost you $199.99 on a 2-year contract. You can purchase it online at a number of places including Sprint.com and Amazon Wireless. For those of you who want to get your hands on the ...

HTC EVO 3D bloatware can be easily uninstalled

HTC and Sprint got this right, guys! If you already got your hands on the HTC EVO 3D and aren't a big fan of all of the pre-installed apps on it, you can simply uninstall them. You do not need to root your phone! Go to Home>Settings> Manage Applications to uninstall your unwanted applications. We have heard ...

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