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Discussion in 'IPTV Hardware' started by smiddy, Feb 17, 2011.
I said it, it is too. I love mine it rocks the pants off of any other phone around.
I am waiting on the HTC Thunderbolt currently so I can get off AT&T with my iPhone. I did not want to go to Verizon with the iPhone as it is only 3G. I figured I might as well get the "New Tech" in regards to the data side.
I'm with Smiddy on this one. Love my EVO.
That does look like a nice phone. I am considering it for myself as well. I just wish they would come out with more slider-keyboard phones.
If there is one thing I don't love about the EVO, it is the soft-keyboard. That does take some getting used to, and I'm now several months into the EVO and still am not as fast on it's keyboard as I was on my Treo. I have to agree, a real keyboard is my preference. But I'm not dumping the EVO because of that. It will probably be a factor in whatever my next phone choice is (a few years from now).
I played with an EVO the other day. It is a lot faster than my Droid 1. It was a nice phone.
Evo 4G is a Sprint phone (only) right now, right?
Yes, that is true. It roams to Verizon but you need a Sprint account to activate one.
Thunderbolt delayed yet again! Augh!
Not specific to the EVO, however Android market seems to have been hit with some malware. Here is a list, it all seems to be from one developer:
"The unifying factor is that all were placed on the market under developer Myournet. Here is the full list:
* Falling Down
* Super Guitar Solo
* Super History Eraser
* Photo Editor
* Super Ringtone Maker
* Super Sex Positions
* Hot Sexy Videos
* ä¸‹å æ»šçƒ_Falldown
* Hilton Sex Sound
* Screaming Sexy Japanese Girls
* Falling Ball Dodge
* Scientific Calculator
* Dice Roller
* Advanced Currency Converter
* APP Uninstaller
* å‡ ä½•æˆ˜æœº_PewPew
* Funny Paint
* Spider Man
Love my EVO, now if we could only get an Android Netflix app...
I don't like mine as much as I should. Mostly because I don't use it much, have bad eyes, and don't find the navigation consistently intuitive. I suppose I'll have to dig out some of my old Linux stuff and take the thing apart.
The new TeleNav app is a real killer, though.
I took your recommendations and bought an HTC EVO Shift 4G phone a couple days ago. I love it!!
I had a few problems getting my email working, but everything else was set up easily and all went very smoothly. I've downloaded Firefox, the Slingbox app and Pandora. All three are working fine, along with the rest of the apps I've tried so far. The FM Radio app has a pretty decent tuner in it, and the quality is very good.
I'm going to be very happy with my "new toy"!
I'm trying to install games but getting error about free space.