Posts tagged with: Sense UI
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    A security vulnerability was revealed recently that the Verizon Wireless HTC Droid Incredible had cached and created screenshots of a user's recently visited website--most likely for use in the Bookmarks widget of HTC Sense--and that there wasn't an easy way for a user, especially a novice user, to navigate HTC's smartphone to clear the device of those snapshots. The situation would be sticky as the phone ages and trades hands as users may want to sell their phones if there was no way to clear the screenshots despite being able to clear cache and cookies. However, HTC has explored the ...

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    Sprint's informing its customers that the HTC EVO 4G is once again out of stock and sold out at its online store, but availability may vary at retail locations. If you're hot on getting one right now, your best bet is to walk into a physical store as the popular large-screened phone is in short supply. The phone has been sold out on launch weekend as Sprint stores and its network were both strained in activating the HTC Android smartphone. Sprint's not giving any indication when it will be replenishing its online inventory. (via: Engadget)

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    We're always thrilled to see Co0kie's Home Tab get an update and today it's been pushed to version 1.8.5. It looks like appointments and tasks have been improved with customizing and scrolling features. The taskbar and soft keys can also be skinned and an all new high quality wallpaper mode makes an appearance. The list of new features and bug fixes is quite long, and the general explanation for all the changes is even longer. Be sure to check them out. For those who use an HTC device and have been living under a rock during the last few months, be sure to check out our video coverage of ...

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    For those who prefer the more fashionable white shade than the sleek black look, Best Buy will soon be stocking the white version of the Sprint EVO 4G beginning on July 11th exclusively. You can head over to your big box electronics retailer today to reserve your white EVO 4G if you haven't yet made the plunge and are awaiting Sprint to replenish its black inventory anyways. The Best Buy exclusivity will last until August 8th, at which time Sprint can get in on the white party. (via: Engadget)

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    Aside from the fun and festivities in San Francisco, Brandon Miniman and I got a chance to play around with the HTC Aria for a bit. The Aria was built for AT&T's network and according to a conversation with HTC, Brandon found out that HTC designed the Aria's specs and performance according to some basic AT&T guidelines. Carriers can tell HTC that they want; in the Aria's case, a mid-range smartphone that's compact and stylish, and HTC engineers went to work and came back with a design that resembles a miniaturized Droid Incredible from the front and an HD Mini from the rear. Speaking of ...

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    A leaked inventory screenshot from the computer system of US carrier AT&T hints at an HTC-made Android handset with the name of Intruder. The HTC Intruder is believed by many in the tech community to be the HTC Aria, rumored to be an Android version of the HTC Tilt/Tilt2. The device was rumored to have a landscape-oriented sliding QWERTY keyboard, tilting screen, Android, and a smaller footprint than the Tilt2. However, the new rendering shows a keyboard-less device with an HVGA touchscreen that more closely resembles a smaller version of the HTC Droid Incredible on Verizon Wireless. ...

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    T-Mobile myTouch 3G owners will be able to get an upgrade to Android 2.2 soon according to a screenshot that says, "Coming soon, we plan to update existing myTouch 3G phones...to the latest software version, Android 2.2." The screenshot goes on to mention other innovations and improvements and shows a picture of the myTouch 3G. (via: TmoNews)

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    Co0kie's Home Tab Mod for HTC Sense 2.5 was updated to 1.8 today. The upgrade features new quick link styles, wallpaper controls, a music player, a new widget for tasks, and more. The most notable addition may be the ability to customize all 4 levels of the home screen (not just the main screen). Check out the video below to see the new features in all their glory and head to XDA-developers for the latest version of Co0kie's Home Tab. You will also want the editor to go with it. Both are easily installable CAB files, but make sure to read all instructions and/or warnings. Changes in v1.8: ...

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    If you're looking for a fun theme with an artistic style, this one for HTC Sense (with Co0kie's home tab), which is based on Mattahan's popular art and icons, may be the perfect fit for you. Some skin-makers (Degake, Rawrscary, Sniper-wolf, Rurph, Franwella) at XDA-developers have teamed up to create a Buuf theme using custom icons, wallpaper, clocks (analog/digital), notifications, sliders and more. They're calling it a "BUUFfet" because you can mix and match the skins you want while they pump out more and more choices. I've seen similar themes on various platforms, so it's nice to see ...

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    The wait for MaxSense, a new UI for HTC Windows phones, is nearly over. If you haven't heard of Maxycy's latest endeavor, MaxSense is essentially a major overhaul of HTC Sense 2.5. With it, we still get the Sense features we know and love, but now they're reconfigured and combined with some sweet, new features. Most notable are the 3 Android-like home screens (customizable with widgets), Sense launcher, 75 quick links panels, and a custom taskbar. If you're a fan of Sense 2.5 "power" mods, like Co0kie's Home Tab, you're going to appreciate what's in store to hit XDA-developers very, very ...

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    The dock for the HTC EVO 4G smartphone from Sprint will be made available in time at Best Buy retail stores according to the retailer's advertisement for the smartphone. The dock features two prongs--one for the micro HDMI and the other for the micro USB connector--to charge, synchronize, and output to an HDMI TV source for a larger picture experience. The Sprint HTC EVO 4G will be among the first smartphones on the market to take advantage of the new HDMI 1.4 standard, which allows for the micro HDMI connection. According to a recent test done by PC Mag, results with the HDMI port on the ...

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    Co0kie's Home Tab has quickly become the most popular HTC Sense 2.5 mod on XDA. A simple glance at this appreciation thread reflects how much users love it. Another measure of popularity is the amount of skins available for an app or mod, and there's certainly no shortage of that for Co0kie‘s Home Tab. As I was cleaning out my bookmarks recently, I noticed just how many threads have been opened with tons of different clock choices. The tally has reached well over 670, which is quite a large collection of clocks. Listed below are all the clocks I've come across (most are analog). My ...

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    The weather graphics are at the center of Sense 2.5. For those running HTC's UI, you see the sun or moon almost every time (when weather permits) you turn on your device, so there's a good chance that some, especially those who love tinkering with different skins, may already be tired of the default weather images. Jaguaralani from XDA has decided to switch it up a bit by creating custom skins for the sun and moon animations. For the sun, you can select from Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Moon, New Sun, and Original Sun. For the moon, options include ...

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    It looks like T-Mobile is pulling the update for the carrier's HTC HD2 until further notice due to some bugs that range anywhere from decreased battery life to bricked HD2s. If you have not updated your HTC HD2 yet, you can visit the T-Mobile upgrade page to find out more information and you can check there to see when a ROM upgrade would be offered in the future.

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    We started getting used to the rounded, glossy, shiny, glass icons used by the developer in Anastasia skins and now we have a new one for Devices running HTC Sense 2.5. This time, Anastasia is applied to the Settings tab and sub-pages of Sense, basically re-skinning everything with the already well known icon designs. Here's what current version 1.1 skins (quote): FEATURES - Skinned Personalize. - Skinned Wireless controls. - Skinned Sound & Display. - Skinned Data services. - Skinned Location. - Skinned Security. - Skinned Application. - Skinned SD card & phone storage. - Skinned Date & ...

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    If you've been watching our Android videos lately, then you're probably familiar with a feature called "Leap" on HTC devices running the latest version of the Sense UI. It gives an overview of all the home screens and allows users to easily switch between them. The feature can be activated by using a pinch gesture or pressing the home hardware key (2x if not on main screen). This makes it super convenient to navigate the interface, especially from one end to the other. Sense 2.5 for Windows Mobile uses a different approach to achieve a similar function. A slider at the bottom makes it easy ...

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    I was contacted by YouTube user LuiggiPR2002 and he wanted to remake and dub our Sprint HTC EVO 4G video into Spanish. For our Spanish speaking audience, you can hit up his channel or watch the video in Spanish embedded below.

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    A forum member over at Android Central was able to take the EVO 4G out for a spin and took a video of the phone next to the small webOS Palm Pre, also on Sprint. Next to the Palm Pre, the EVO 4G's 4.3-inch capacitive multitouch display looks enormous. Also, the above shot taken with the EVO 4G's 8-megapixel camera, which also is capable of 720p HD video, looks pretty good. (via: Android Central)

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    We stopped by the Sprint office in San Francisco, California on the way to Google I/O and got a demo of a release model of the device with some of its apps--some of which will be updated at or after launch, like the Qik app. Hardware-wise, is pretty much what we saw at CTIA. For those in the Bay Area, San Francisco will be joining Sprint's 4G coverage, but unfortunately the 4G network isn't live yet in SF when we got the demo, so we were browsing on Sprint's 3G speeds, which is still quite good. The HTC EVO 4G marries the best features from many of HTC's existing smartphones on the market ...

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    It looks like the HTC Desire will be coming to Canadian carrier Telus as the HTC Triumph. The handset is expected to retain its HTC Sense UI experience on top of Android and will launch in July or August. This model will be similar to the HTC Desire launched internationally, but will come with support for North America's 3G bands to be compatible with Telus, which by the way should work on AT&T's 3G network for those looking to import this phone Stateside. (via: Electronista)

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    If you're one of the many who has a HTC Sprint Hero and are stuck with Android 1.5, you probably were a bit frustrated with the last missed release date. As far as we can tell, this may be the ROM that was sent back to HTC on May 7th. Rumor has it, the reason Sprint "rejected" the ROM was because some "advanced features" were included that Sprint wanted stripped out. Of course this based on rumor and conjecture, and Sprint is keeping quiet. In any event, if you want try out this leaked ROM, this is what you'll need: - A functional HTC Sprint Hero - A computer (I used a Windows 7 machine) - ...

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    The US variants for the original HTC Hero are beginning to see their Android 2.1 operating system upgrade--one in the official form while the second appears in leaked form. Verizon Wireless' model of the HTC Hero, called the HTC Droid Eris, got its upgrade officially late last week and the upgrade should be trickling out to users over the next few weeks; visiting the Verizon Wireless support site shows that the upgrade is "coming soon." Sprint's Hero model, called the HTC Hero as well, looks different than the international version but is essentially a variant that supports the carrier's ...

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    Verizon Wireless is having a hard time keeping the HTC Droid Incredible in stock. The device can be seen as a competitor to the highly talked about HTC EVO 4G which is to debut on Sprint next month and is Verizon's alternative to the Google Nexus One. The short supply of Droid Incredibles is due to shortage of parts, leading Verizon Wireless to fulfill customer online orders first before restocking depleted shelf inventory in its retail stores. According to Verizon Wireless, had there not been a shortage, the handset would have outsold the Motorola Droid. (via: BGR)

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    For a twist on things--while Microsoft is ditching the Sidekick brand after it had acquired parent company Danger and has since launched the KIN Windows Phone on Verizon Wireless as a Sidekick replacement with social networking integration, T-Mobile is re-making the Sidekick into a consumer-oriented Android smartphone. The myTouch Slide, an Android handset made by HTC with a sliding keyboard and a modified HTC Sense experience was seen by many industry watchers as a natural extension of the Sidekick line, but T-Mobile and HTC is said to be more explicit with the Sidekick mark with the HTC ...

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    Here's another feature about the HTC EVO 4G for Sprint that should make Android users happy. For users who like the HTC Sense experience, you can leave the Sense UI on by default. Android purists can opt to turn off the Sense UI feature to have a stock Android feel that's more akin to the Nexus One. As Sprint's answer to the Nexus One, this gives you the best of both worlds--the Google experience of the Nexus One as well as the Sense experience of the Sense-enabled HTC Desire. The switching feature applies to the Sense home screen and if you turn off Sense, other HTC customizations still ...

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