If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ. You have to register before you can post. If you have any problems, please contact us.
byPublished on 05-04-2013 09:18 PM
This case was actually picked up with the Paltinum (PT) branding @ Best Buy. I'm glad that I picked up something locally because my Trident case order has disappeared thanks to USPS.
Anti Static Coating - supposedly helps it to not grip your clothes. Overall feel I'd have to say leans towards slippery, but not as slippery as plain plastic. Has a little rubbery feel to it.
Play Through Design - All buttons are easily assessible. No rubber covers over existing buttons (ie power, home button, and volume ...byPublished on 05-04-2013 12:34 PM
Just another test I was able to run since a friend stopped by.
Pretty much along the lines of what I expected. Remember that the Note 2 is slightly modified.
...byPublished on 04-30-2013 02:33 PM
I know this isn't Cricket/CDMA related, but I thought a lot of ya'll would find this interesting... What are your thoughts on this?
...byPublished on 04-30-2013 08:53 AM
Unfortunately it looks like we can't get Adobe Flash Player support in the stock browser and some other browsers as well. The HTC One had a setting in the native browser that let you toggle it on really quickly.
However with a little bit of work, you can find yourself enjoying Adobe Flash on a browser that may be new to you.
byPublished on 04-29-2013 10:14 PM
- Go to the Play Store and install "Boat Browser".
- Go to settings > more > security > unknown sources (enable it)
- Navigate to http://flash.cricketusers.com (I own this site and put this
Some people really love this benchmark, so I decided to run it a couple of times with these devices.
Check it out...
...byPublished on 04-28-2013 10:46 PM
Well this is the only one I have been able to get my hands on so far. The device is nice, but it will take some time to see if I prefer it over the HTC One!
What do you guys think? Did HTC come out with a better phone this time around?
...byPublished on 04-28-2013 04:39 PM
[TOOL] HTC One V All-In-One Toolkit V2.1 [1-23-2013] [PERM ROOT] [Noob-Proof] - xda-developers
This thread contains download links and additional instructions. I believe this toolkit should work for the Sprint version as well. Thanks hasoon2000 for his efforts!
My video just documents what I had to do to get a custom recovery on the deivce and root it. Drivers, ports, etc... Always some little things that make the process a little more difficult. ...byPublished on 04-28-2013 04:34 PM
Was taken with an HTC One..
We picked up a Galaxy S4 to check it out. This one is AT&T, but we'll be looking into the Cricket and Verizon versions as well.
Ironic... we shot a video of the GS4 and accessories with the HTC. It's a simple HTC share video. So you can thank HTC for making it so easy to take and share pictures/videos. We used the ZOE feature... ...byPublished on 04-28-2013 07:13 AM
Here is SPC / MSL Reading Method - No Root was required - No Activation is Required
- Install BMP Drivers Attached here
- Dial ##SERIAL#
- Properly Select Modem Driver via Poiting Directory to C:\Program Files\HTC\HTC BMP USB Driver\HtcUsbMdmV32
- One Installed
- Start HTC-One-MSl.exe (Required Microsoft .Net 2.0)
- Select Proper Modem Port and Hit READ
- viola your MSL is there
- This Method dont Requires ROOT at all
Please Hit Thanks Button ...byPublished on 04-25-2013 11:11 PM
So if you have an account or have a buddy that does, you can preorder the Galaxy S4 on Verizon.
I really want to get this, but at full price, I might have to sit on the sidelines for a bit.
This ship date of 5/30 is pretty disappointing as well for such a large carrier.
Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 2 ...
Advertise With Us?