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Now that the HTC EVO 4G LTE has cleared US Customs, Sprint is getting ready to send the device right away to customers who preordered,
While there are other ways we've reported on how to get S-OFF on your HTC EVO 3D, they involve temporarily bricking your phone and reverting
Sprint is now offering a couple new mobile hotspot packages for customers, both of which are compatible with any device in the HTC EVO lineup:
In all of the HTC EVO 4G LTE excitement and confusion last week, this story slipped through our radar, but is definitely still worth bringing
Yesterday, HTC announced that some of its products have now been cleared for entry into the United States after successfully passing a US Customs review.
Here's a quick recap of some of this week's highlights from G&E, just on the off chance you missed anything. From our forums: Speck Case
Although Best Buy sent out emails to customers stating that the held-up HTC EVO 4G LTE shipments would be in their hands by the 23rd,
Best Buy is sending emails to customers who preordered the HTC EVO 4G LTE through them that a new release date has been set: Wednesday,
Days before the HTC EVO 4G LTE's original (and now delayed) official release, a stock rooted, leaked 1.12.651.2-based ROM has been published for it. If
The delay of the HTC EVO 4G LTE is due to one, single, tiny patent held by Apple: #5,946,647. According to Google's patent database, this particular