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23 I was following the tutorial for removing Carrier IQ from the Vivid, and needed the Windows drivers. This is for a friend, and I don't want to install the entire 150MB HTC Sync crap. I got them to install it :D and here are the drivers alone, only...
7 I was trying to follow slapshot30's guide to rooting and installing CWM on the Vivid, but the instructions require an SD card, and my phone didn't ship with one (and I didn't want to power down my other Android and remove the card etc.) So here...
6 Yet another Big Brother measure destined to shove presidential messages to every cell phone user, eat battery juice, and add to the phone's cost: A new national alert system is set to begin in New York City that will alert the public to emergen...
1 does this wipe any personal data or installed apps??? Yes, of course. It's a new ROM. All your apps will be wiped out. Data on the SD card, will, of course, be left alone. Check out my Android backup guide on how to backup and restore what y...
1 What money? It's using technology that is already in place That's an unclear part - whether there's a new chip required or not. But it's certain that hardware modifications are necessary, otherwise all phones would be PLAN-capable already. ...