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The One series gets pushed aside as the new U line takes shape, but it's supposedly definitely still alive. HTC just won't afford much oxygen to it.
The rumored Desire phone is supposed to launch with Android Marshmallow and could be a lowly phone in terms of specifications.
Only eight days left until the mid-range HTC Desire 10 Pro and Desire 10 Lifestyle with chamfered edges are to officially break cover online.
Pricing the upcoming mid-range HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle in the $150 to $200 range sounds perfect, but a low-end SD400 SoC doesn't.
The low-end, mid-2015-released HTC Desire 626s on Sprint is all of a sudden quite a steal at a little over $40, following its official Marshmallow update.
In spite of an endless string of sizable quarterly financial losses, HTC keeps a positive outlook, betting on the Vive and UA Healthbox for a rebound.
For most of us, the HTC Desire lineup hasn't been all that desirable. Now, fresh out of MWC, two new HTC desire models are finally living up to their name.
Hear from an HTC exec about how other companies have tried to "weaponize" control over key phone components in order to manipulate the HTC smartphone supply
We can only applaud HTC’s efforts to make good on their promise and unlock as much bootloaders as possible. There are now a lot of HTC-made Android phones which are unlockable via HTCdev — recent additions include the Wildfire S, Wildfire, Salsa, Merge, and Desire — and now we get some more.
If you have an HTC Desire HD or a variant of the Desire or Wildfire, you can head over to the HTCdev website and unlock your bootloader. You have to read and understand that it will void your warranty but once you get passed that, there’s nothing stopping you from [...]
HTC is doing its best, unlike Motorola, to keep the promise Peter Chou made with regards to unlocking bootloaders. Several different phone models are now unlockable via the HTCdev website, among which all devices released after September 2011, and even prior to that date.
According to a recent tweet, new phones have been added to the unlock list. If you have an HTC Wildfire S, Wildfire, Salsa, Merge, or Desire, you can now unlock its bootloader — given that you understand the risks and that it will void your warranty. However, that never stopped the community so if you [...]
Remember when Google said the Nexus One just wasn’t up to running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? That was just shy of a month ago. Since then we’ve seen only an SDK port running on the Nexus One, but now we’ve got an AOSP Custom ROM for it, too!
… and it’s not alone!
For those who don’t know, AOSP is the Android Open Source Project, the place where you “can find the information and source code you need to build an Android-compatible device.”
It’s been a week since Google released the Ice Cream Sandwich source [...]
HTC has recently released the Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread update for the HTC Desire after a long wait and lots of going back and forth. In the final ROM that was published to the Dev site, HTC removed wallpapers, a couple of apps and carrier customizations to make the update thinner.
As you may know, HTC will not push the update out over-the-air and this will be the only Gingerbread update to ever officially hit the Desire. It is recommended for advanced users but in this video we’ll walk you through the process of updating your phone to the Gingerbread ROM. Check it out [...]
The last information we’ve heard about the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the HTC Desire was that it will be rolling-out by the end of July. It’s the first day of August and HTC has released the update, with a twist though.
We knew HTC was planning to drop some applications in order to face the limited storage on the phone and so they did. The HTC Desire Gingerbread ROM has been published but “is only recommended for expert users who want to experience Android 2.3 and understand the limitations which apply to this update to the HTC Desire”. The [...]
Several weeks ago, HTC announced on Facebook that testing had been successful for the original Desire’s Gingerbread update, and that it would start going out to users by the end of July. With the end of the month on the horizon, HTC looks ready to start distributing the Desire update.
A few days ago, an HTC rep claimed the update was already going out to Desires based on their IMEI numbers, but with a thread-full of Desire owners at XDA-Developers checking their phones for updates, the sense soon formed that the HTC rep may have jumped the gun with that [...]
Last week HTC was letting us all Desire owners know that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update, with or without Sense or other applications in order to keep it slim, was undergoing the testing phase. It now appears that the testing is done.
According to HTC’s recent Facebook status, the manufacturer has done testing the HTC Desire Gingerbread update ROM. Since testing “has gone well”, the Taiwanese company is informing Desire users that it will start rolling out the update by the end of this month. There’s still no information on what exactly will be removed [...]
The HTC Desire Gingerbread saga continues after earlier HTC announced the update, then announced it will not happen, then backtracked again turning 180 degrees and later on said that it will be dropping some apps in order to deliver it. There were rumors coming from carriers that HTC might dump HTC Sense instead of applications and now the manufacturer is updating on the status.
According to the official Facebook page for HTC, the manufacturer has updated saying that they “are testing our build of Gingerbread for HTC Desire and will start doing quality assurance for it [...]
After a bit of a bumpy start, it finally started to look like the original HTC Desire might get Gingerbread without losing too much software, but a recently-leaked carrier document shows there might be a larger price to pay, suggesting Gingerbread will see the Desire stripped of HTC’s Sense UI.
HTC first announced that the Desire, along with several other of its older models, was on-track for a Gingerbread update this year. We saw a leak of the software, and everything seemed to be going fine, until HTC announced earlier this month that “there isn’t enough [...]
The HTC Desire Gingerbread update story begins to be an interesting one after initially promising the update back in winter, then a sudden change of mind recently and then some more turning yesterday.
According to HTC’s Facebook page, the Taiwanese manufacturer will have to leave out select applications from the HTC Desire in order to provide the Gingerbread update. This all comes down to the relatively small amount of memory on the smartphone and HTC, when initially saying the Desire will not get Gingerbread, said that it wasn’t possible to upgrade without [...]
Yesterday’s news about HTC changing its mind about the HTC Desire Gingerbread made some customers really unhappy with the Taiwanese manufacturer that promised the latest Google version — and even had a Gingerbread test ROM out for the smartphone.
Here’s an interesting bit from HTC Romania: both tweets can translate into the same original idea that contrary to yesterday’s announcements, the HTC Desire will indeed receive its Gingerbread update. The reasons behind yesterday’s announcement were poor and related to the Desire’s low hardware [...]
Back in February, HTC was talking about its plans for bringing Gingerbread to its existing line of phones, saying at the MWC that the whole lineup of Desire smartphones would be receiving updates of their own over the course of spring and summer. Now the company appears to be pulling an about-face, putting a halt to plans for Gingerbread on the original Desire.
This morning on the HTC UK Facebook page, the company posted, “Our engineering teams have been working hard for the past few months to find a way to bring Gingerbread to the HTC Desire without compromising the HTC [...]
HTC is doing a great job in updating older smartphones to the latest version of Google Android and we’ve heard that the HTC Desire will get its Gingerbread treat this spring, along with the Desire Z — as the Desire HD and Incredible S already got it.
So from our favorite leaksters comes the apparently official HTC Desire (aka Bravo) Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROM. It is WWE (Worldwide English) but for the Asian regions; that shouldn’t worry you as HTC, as other OEMs, usually roll several regions out in a relatively short time frame. Besides getting excited for the [...]
Canadian smartphone users who are looking to pick up a new model are in for a treat, since Telus has slashed prices on many of it popular models, offering most for free when you sign-on for a three-year term.
While some of the newest models, like the HTC Desire HD, will still set you back $50, the vast majority are available at no cost after subsidies. Android smartphones that are free with this offer include the original HTC Desire, the LG Optimus One, the Droid-like Motorola Milestone, Samsung’s Fascinate, and the Motorola Charm. Some, like the Charm, stuck on Android [...]
If your carrier is called Telus you’ll be happy to find out that several Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry devices will get software updates in the short and medium term, according to information given out by the carrier.
The HTC Desire and the HTC Desire HD will both receive their Android 2.3 Gingerbread treat this spring while the Motorola Milestone will get version 2.2 Froyo in the first part of spring. The LG Optimus 7 and HTC Surround Windows Phone 7 devices will get the NoDo update in the next few weeks while the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 will get BlackBerry OS 6 [...]