Saturday, August 6, 2011

Gingerbread HTC Evo 4G


Have you ever imagine if HTC EVO 4G could run Google's latest operating system, Android 2.3 Gingerbread? Some expert on XDA Developer forum shares information to HTC EVO 4G users, about this upgrade. Let's see the full story.
Note: since this upgrading activity will remove everything on your phone, the owner is required to have a back up of the entire data of his/her phone on somewhere save.

The procedure begins with downloading the Bootable Gingerbread ROM. The ROM itself is not the final release. So the owner who want to upgrade his/her EVO 4G with this ROM is required to check the source article at XDA-Developers for any updated versions.

Now that you are somewhat aware of the hardware that runs the HTC Evo View 4G, now let us discuss the software. Whatever kind of application you find on the HTC Evo View 4G will be able to run on its Android operating system. The latest version of Android, Gingerbread, is included on the HTC Evo View 4G. It basically enables you to do a lot of things in the least amount of time possible. And with this smart phone users can also download some of the many different health and fitness programs that are available.

A good app to start out with might be something like a pedometer. You can actually download one of these into your HTC Evo View 4G, which includes a gyroscope and other fancy technology on the inside, and this way you will be able to track the number of steps you take in a day or during a workout, which can help you if you are trying to lose weight. Alternatively, you can download an app to help you count calories when you are on the go, or another application that can help you keep track of the calories you take in can also be beneficial.

Whichever app you choose, you might also want to look into some of the many kinds of Samsung accessories and HTC accessories you can purchase with you to enhance your phone's functionality and style. A case is the easiest accessory that can be picked up to keep your smart phone protected during everyday use.

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