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Over the HTC EVO 4G LTE Sense update? Here are some AOSP ROMs that work

With the release of the Android 4.3 Sense 5 update for the HTC EVO 4G LTE, the internal data map of the device changed drastically.

February 20, 2014 Android, Good and EVO

How to enable multiple user mode on CyanogenMOD 10.1 (and some other Android 4.2.2 ROMs)

One of the neat things that Android 4.2.x brought about was support for multiple users on a device. Unfortunately, it appears that multiple user support

March 18, 2013 Android, Good and EVO, Tutorials

Why there really is cause for alarm in the way the AOSP Android browser stores passwords

Yesterday, I reported on a story that I thought was huge at the time: a security hole was discovered (or some might say rediscovered) in

March 07, 2013 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO

Major security hole found in AOSP Android browser

The brilliant folks over at Rootz Wiki have discovered a major security hole that potentially puts a majority of rooted Android users at risk of


LOTK Jellybread V 1.0 released for the HTC EVO 4G

Kendallc123 set out to create a Jelly Bean-inspired ROM for the original HTC EVO 4G that had the stability and functionality of Gingerbread. What was

November 06, 2012 Good and EVO

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean going open source today

After the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean announcement at the Google I/O convference, we reported on the 4.1 ROM that had been pushed to the Galaxy

July 09, 2012 Android, Software Updates

Google can’t really “fix” Android the way some people want without ruining the point of the OS

Something that I see all over the place in the technology industry, and even occasionally on the street, is the tendency for people to blame

June 19, 2012 Android, Features, Good and EVO

Linaro project improves Android 4.0 performance over AOSP by up to 100 percent

Linaro may not yet be a familiar name in the Android community, but it should be very soon. You see, Linaro is the name of

June 11, 2012 Android
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