EVO 4G gets Ice Cream Sandwich, and this time it is actually the most stable ROM out there. This comes in from RootzWiki forum member deck
whose efforts have led to a ROM that is actually being used by some people as a daily ROM. The ROM, has mostly everything working, but then again, a few FC’s do exist along with some glitches. As far as features are concerned, the ROM’s got most of that covered apart from a broken camera and Wimax. All in all, the ROM is actually very stable.
If you’re an HTC Inspire 4G or a Desire HD owner and are looking to install custom ROM’s on your device, some custom Android ROMs need you to flash the Radio for compatibility with the hardware. Be careful while selecting the exact radio version, its mostly mentioned in the ROM. We are featuring a stepwise tutorial to guide you along the way. We’d be using a sample radio image based on Orange for the UK region.
Use the HTC EVO’s HDMI port to the fullest! Now you can mirror you EVO’s screen onto your HDTV with the help of an application called, FullHDMI
. Record videos for office presentations on the go and impress your boss with an out of the pocket multimedia presentation. No more carrying around videos or pictures in a laptop or a portable HDD. With FullHDMI, you can now mirror your EVO’s screen at 720p onto your HDTV.
While the HTC Evo 4G comes with a WiFi chip that supported Wireless N protocol, these were disabled in Android 2.1 Éclair by default - an issue fixed with Froyo but if you are still running Eclair on your phone, it is now possible to enable WiFi N support for . The idea is to pull Wi-Fi driver from the device and push them back in after modification. If you want to enjoy more throughput on your device, read on for our tutorial on how to enable it.
If you want one of the cool new Android phones HTC just released with the latest version of HTC Sense but are stuck with your HTC EVO 4G, fret not as the ROM from the new HTC Incredible S has been successfully ported to the EVO 4G, thanks to XDA-Developers forum members myn
and you can install this ROM on your EVO 4G by following this guide.
SpyderComb is the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb custom ROM for the HTC EVO 4G that brings Google’s tablet-exclusive version of Android to the smartphone. It is presently in alpha stage with several features not working but still it is significant progress. For more information and to get Honeycomb up and running on your EVO 4G, continue reading after the jump. Read More
The SDK preview of Android 3.0 Honeycomb has been successfully ported on HTC Desire HD, EVO 4G and Droid Incredible by the T3HH4XX0R
team. While these builds aren’t functional enough for daily use and are meant only as previews, they are certainly promising when it comes to future development.
Calkulin’s EViO Shift v1.0 is a rooted Android 2.2 FroYo ROM for the HTC EVO 4G that comes bundled with a ton of great features along with smooth looks. If you want to give your EVO 4G an operating system overhaul, read on for more details and installation instructions. Read More
The HTC Evo 4G with its excellent hardware capabilities is amongst today’s top most smartphones specially if you look at the 1GHz Scorpion processor, its 512MB RAM and the utterly mind blowing 1GB ROM! When it comes to the software, HTC Evo 4G was released in the summer of 2010 when Android’s latest stable distribution was Éclair. However, Android has come a long way since then. If you’re looking to install a latest Gingerbread ROM on your HTC Evo 4G, carry on reading.
Recently, Sprint and HTC decided to cut off downloads for music streaming apps including Mog, Rhapsody, Thumbplay etc in the latest OTA update for the HTC Evo 4G which has been a big annoyance to the users of these services. Fortunately, a quick hack can fix this issue while boosting 3G speed if you are using either an official ROM or a custom one with HTC Sense interface. Read More
The latest in our series of CyanogenMod 7 nightly releases is one for the HTC Evo 4G. If you don’t know about it already, we are covering the nightly releases of CyanogenMod 7 Android ROM for all the devices it is available for. It is stable enough to be used as a daily ROM on your device. Continue reading after the jump for more details, download link and installation instructions.
We recently featured Android 2.2 FroYo based Warm TwoPointTwo ROM for the HTC EVO 4G, followed by WarmBlood Red Theme
for the same device. It looks as if there's no end to Warm themes being released or modified for the popular HTC Android device, as there has been another addition to the list. Now, we are bringing you Frosted Warm TwoPointTwo
theme by MadDogMaddux
for the same popular ROM, to ‘cool it down a bit’ in the developer’s words.
Just after featuring the beautiful and feature-rich Myn’s WarmBlood Android 2.2 FroYo ROM for the HTC EVO 4G, we stumbled across the stunning WarmBlood red HTC Sense theme for the ROM so if you have grabbed the ROM from here or have already been using it and want to give it a warm, blood-themed makeover, read on for details on the theme, download link and installation instructions. Read More
Myn’s Warm TwoPointTwo is an HTC Sense based Android ROM for the HTC EVO 4G with a stunning themed interface, loads of extra goodies and several performance tweaks. If you are an HTC EVO 4G user who is tired of the default interface and stock features and wants to upgrade to a more feature rich Android 2.2 FroYo ROM, read on for details, download link and installation instructions. Read More
Got an HTC EVO 4G and running the stock ROM on it that the device shipped with? Want to get into custom ROMs and install one with many added features and mods, but that still retains the stock HTC Sense theme and user interface? B.O.S Liquid Metal is a custom Android ROM for the HTC EVO 4G, released recently by XDA-Developers forum member bmxerkid954 that includes several improvements over the stock ROM. For a feature list and to grab it for your phone, read on after the jump.
HTC EVO 4G users who want to install CyanogenMod to their phone but need WiMax to be working can now rejoice as a CyanogenMod ROM with working WiMax is now available for them to install to their Android phone. Read on for more information, installation instructions and download link.
The latest 3.3 version of the popular unrevoked rooting tool for HTC Android devices has just been released today, bringing much-needed and long-awaited support for latest versions of HBOOTs and official OTA updated ROMs. If you own an HTC EVO 4G, Wildfire, Aria, Desire or Droid Incredible, read on for details and rooting instructions. Read More
We have been trying our best to bring you all the latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROMs for popular Android devices ever since Google released Gingerbread, and things paced up when the Gingerbread source code was released under AOSP (Android Open Source Project). Now, a new AOSP code based custom Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROM is available for HTC EVO 4G and we are happy to bring it to you.