Posts TaggedEvo 3D
HTC has done good things among the development community. With their new devices, they are offering to help guide you through the bootloader unlocking process via their website, HTCdev.com. However, they didn’t want to make it too easy. With newer phones, the HBoot locks the NAND partition, making it a challenge to flash anything beyond a modified stock ROM.
Have I lost you yet? Don’t worry, I will break this down into common sense terms. Trust me, I was just as intimidated at first. We will also examine a few workarounds to get you right back on the flash bandwagon.
When I first saw the EVO 3D hit the market, I honestly believed it was nothing more than a gimmick to grab the attentions of enthusiasts, geeks, and braggarts. I couldn’t begin to understand the use of a 3D phone/camera/camcorder. As someone who has worked in film, I looked at the technology as another fad that would be replaced by something newer and greater in a matter of months. Then I got my hands on this phone…
The 3D? Yeah, it’s cool, though I have to admit the best features in this phone have nothing to do with its namesake.
Android Police recently uncovered a large security flaw in some of HTC’s ‘forced-upon-you’ bolt-on software. Though the software doesn’t reveal personal details itself as such, other applications do have the ability to request information from this toolkit. This gives them access to some of your personal information including GPS locations and SMS data. Read on to learn more.