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Install MIUI NMR4 on HTC Desire

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The HTC Desire might have been around for a while already, but development for it is still going strong. A new MIUI port has been released for this Android device, based on the CyanogenMod 9 source powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This release, the MIUI NMR4 custom ROM, has been ported from MIUI AU v4. Unfortunately, many of MIUI AU 4′s bugs were also carried onto this port, but the developers have added a number of tweaks, additional apps, scripts and settings as well. The developer, XDA Developers member noonamer, has also included NMR Settings, an APK developed…

How to flash ClockworkMod Touch Recovery for the HTC Desire

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by 2 years ago
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If you love flashing ROM after ROM on your Android devices, your Volume rockers and your Power button can finally take a break because a touch-enabled version of ClockworkMod Recovery has finally arrived on the HTC Desire. Thanks to XDA Developers member Yorzua, HTC Desire users can now enjoy navigating through Recovery Mode with the help of their fingertips and touchscreens. Unfortunately, this release is only compatible with HTC Desire devices. If your device is not an HTC Desire, we highly discourage attempting to apply this update as it may result in bricking your device. This guide shows you how…

HTC Unlocks the Bootloaders on 7 more Devices

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by 2 years ago
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For those of you that own the HTC Desire Z, HTC ChaCha, HTC Aria, Droid Incredible, HTC Status, or the T-Mobile G2, it’s time to head over to HTC’s Developer website and unlock the bootloader on these phones. Yesterday afternoon HTC added those seven devices to their bootloader unlock tool and to the HTCDev website. If you own any of these devices and want to get the bootloader unlocked, hit up the source link below and get the process started. It’s actually pretty easy as long as you follow the directions HTC gives you on their Developer Portal. If you…

How to Install Miui v4 on your HTC Desire

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by 2 years ago
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We’ve already seen Miui v4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) ported over to the Google Nexus One, so it’s no surprise that it has not made it’s way over to it’s brother device the HTC Desire. The Google Nexus One and HTC Desire are identical in specs, and the Nexus One is a HTC device. Miui v4 is a fully working ROM, but it is still in beta so remember there may be some bugs, feel free to report them to Miui and not Android Authority since we are not the developers of this ROM. Disclaimer: Android Authority is not responsible for…

How to Install Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on the HTC Desire

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by 2 years ago
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Thanks to the hard work of the Android developer and enthusiast community, users of the HTC Desire can now enjoy an Ice Cream Sandwich custom ROM. The development of this custom ROM has yielded fast and successful results, especially with ICS’s popularity and the public availability of its source code. Though some users are waiting for stable ICS builds, other devices are already enjoying ICS. It was about time that the HTC Desire got its preview of Ice Cream Sandwich. The ROM developed by XDA member Sandvold may still have a few kinks that need to be ironed out, but…

HTC to Use Nvidia Kal-El Chips in 2012?

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by 2 years ago
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Could this be the end of HTC’s exclusive use of Qualcomm chips? In a recent interview of HTC’s VP of Marketing with GSMArena, he said there’s actually “no exclusive deal” between HTC and Qualcomm, and when asked what other chips they could use, he said “Nvidia or TI-powered smartphones and tablets are possible in the future.” Qualcomm have done very well for themselves with the rise of touchscreen smartphones. They managed to grab TI’s longstanding leadership position, which happened with the rise of Android and the fall of Nokia and RIM (who mainly used TI chips). But perhaps the biggest reason Qualcomm…

LG – Things Are Not “Looking Good” – A Critical Look at LG in 2011 and Beyond

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by 2 years ago
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LG is no longer a foreign name among Android lovers. They have set their footprints in the heart of consumers — or have they? The First Dual-Core Phones, Half The Excitement The LG Optimus 2X was one of the first dual-core phone to hit the market, back in early 2011. I remember it well, as I switched from the Samsung Captivate to it. It was nice to handle and browsed impressively fast, but not without its own share of growing pains. Initially, I was more impressed by the dual-core, dual-channel memory LG Optimus 3D, but that was delayed at that…

The Post-HTC Desire Syndrome

Case in point - Super LCD on left VS AMOLED on the right - which one looks better?
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by 2 years ago
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It was in August last year that I contemplated purchasing my first Android phone. At that time, I loved the HTC unibody Aluminium concept and I was totally sold to the HTC Sense coloured bokeh look. I became a proud owner of a HTC Legend. At that time, the HTC Desire was also a phenomenon on its own. The HTC Desire was the cream of the crop. It defeated the iPhone 4 to become T3’s “2010 Phone of the Year” and propelled HTC to the top, with them receiving accolades like the “Tech Brand of the Year”. You could imagine…

Netflix for Movies, Spotify for Music, GameTanium for Games

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by 3 years ago
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The Android Market is the de-facto official apps market for Android smartphones and tablets, yet it is far from being an ideal place for finding apps, especially great ones. Unquestionably, the Android Market holds thousands of great apps–some are free, while others for a small price. Better Discoverability for Android Games The good apps, however, tend to get lost amidst a thick crowd of apps in the Android Market. Gamers, in particular, find it a great annoyance to jump through a lot of hoops just to find a good game among the 18,000 games on the Android Market. That’s one…

Apple Hits HTC Anew with Fresh Infringement Case

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by 3 years ago
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With its lackluster patent portfolio backing it against infringement suits, Taiwan-based original equipment manufacturer HTC is a sitting duck for legal bullets, arrows, and other awfully sharp legal objects. The latest bullet to hit HTC was a patent infringement complaint lodged by Apple against the popular Android device manufacturer. If the ITC rules in favor of Apple, the decision will result in the complete cessation of sales of the infringing devices in the United States. Apple filed a complaint last week with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) alleging that HTC infringed 5 patents that Apple owns. Three of the…