In a recent announcement on Twitter, Sprint has said that it expects to launch Android 2.2 Sprint expects to launch Android 2.2 “in the near future.” On the Sprint’s message boards, a Sprint employee said
“As work on finalizing the software is under way, Sprint expects to launch Android 2.2 in the near future. It also will be available as an upgrade on the recently launched HTC EVO 4G.”
Interested in rooting your EVO, Droid Incredible, or HTC Desire? Well, if the answer to that question is yes, you are going to very happy. The geniuses behind UnrEVOked, the
Those of you who have an EVO 4G are advised to keep your eyes peeled for a minor update next week. Sorry guys and gals, it’s not a Froyo rollout.
About two weeks ago we reported on the framerate issue that plagued the new EVO 4G. For those not familiar, it was found that the new super phone was limited
After much discussion with my peers, I had come to the conclusion that the problems people were seeing with the HTC EVO 4G’s screen were nothing more than a select
The boys over at XDA-Developers have done it again! Adobe Flash 10.1 for Android has been ported to the HTC EVO 4G! The best thing about this mod is that
And the hits keep on hitting: another problem has cropped up with EVO units. Good and EVO (GREAT name btw) is reporting that many EVO units are suffering from improperly grounded
A member (coolbho3000) from XDA-developers has managed to get his EVO 4G up to 1.267GHz,running about 30% faster than normal. So far things have been running pretty stable for him
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8U2amlgb1M&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Engadget is reporting that the HTC EVO 4G and Droid Incredible suffer from unresponsive touchscreens. The video posted above supposedly shows the EVO’s touchscreen failing to smoothly register touches when the
So how many of you got brand new shiny EVO handsets this week and have had a ton of fun experiencing the awesomeness that is EVO? Great, now how many
We reported recently that the EVO has been having some serious frame rate issues, namely that it is locked at 30 FPS in both 2d and 3d modes. Now it
Reports are surfacing from XDA-Developers and the Google Code forums that the HTC EVO 4G has major framerate issues. It seems that the device is some how locked at 30
Sprint has come out and revised the estimates for their first weekend sales of the EVO 4G. Without telling us specifically how many phones were sold they downgrade the figure.
We knew that Sprint’s new phone was doing well. The carrier even admitted to shortages not only at their stores, but Best Buy and Radio Shack locations as well. Now
The EVO isn’t even available at Sprint stores until tomorrow, but when Google decided to give around 5,000 of these bad boys away, they were basically telling developers to “get