Who's Sportin' the Evo 3D?
Posted 10 February 2012 - 09:16 AM
Anyone who has an Evo 3D thinking about switching to the Nexus when it comes to Sprint?
Posted 10 February 2012 - 03:21 PM
I contemplated going to the Nexus if/when it comes to Sprint. It is a slick little piece of hardware.
I think I am going to just wait for the quad-cores to drop though before I make another phone purchase.
I almost upgraded to the 3D back when it came out. How do you like the 3D stuff on it?
Posted 10 February 2012 - 04:50 PM
My biggest gripe would be having to wait for ICS since this is a Sense phone. Don't get me wrong, I like Sense, but I hate not getting updates from Google like my Xoom does. I may go Nexus when it comes out, but I guess it all depends on what else is on the horizon.
Posted 10 February 2012 - 06:46 PM
The only thing I miss is when I turn on my phone you have the animated weather with Sense.
I know there is an app for that, but nothing compares to the actual Sense version.
My Evo will occasionally get hot. It is kind of scary because it almost feels like it is the battery overheating more than anything.
It does not happen much at all now that I am running Cyanogen though.
You could always root. I know the Evo has an ICS ROM, so I bet the Evo 3D does for sure.
Troy (bp9801) over at OCC has the Nexus. He just got it a few months ago and he raved to me about it.. So I think it would be a good and safe choice of a phone to get and keep for the next year or two.
Posted 10 February 2012 - 07:01 PM
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Posted 10 February 2012 - 08:03 PM
What you could do is FreshEvo3D should be an awesome ROM.
I used FreshEvo. flipzmod is the dev of the ROM and he has a built-in updater on the ROM itself so every time Sprint/HTC sends out an update he is usually pretty quick to take it and do whatever it is he does to the Stock Files and tosses it up on his server. Then you can download and install the ROM right from your phone.
FreshEvo3D is just the Stock setup (what you have on right now) with just some tweaks and what-not.
If you went this route you can always stay updated with ease.
Also he got rid of the CarrierIQ thing. http://androidsecuri...gers/carrieriq/
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