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[6/16]*techknowfile's* - Hack the HTC EVO - 3G w/o Sprint EVDO coverage!

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By Techknowfile, Senior Member on 6th June 2010, 06:12 AM
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6th June 2010, 04:07 PM |#21  
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Im having trouble with the driver. Im using Windows 7. When i go to install the driver I chose htcdiag.inf and in the model window it shows "HTC Remote NDIS Based Driver". I click next and i get a driver warning telling me that windows doesnt recognize the driver as the proper one for the device and after i finish installing it i get the "this device cannot start (code 10)" message. I followed all the steps to the letter. Could I have made a small mistake somewhere?
 
 
6th June 2010, 04:11 PM |#22  
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roaming might be free on sprint but that doesnt mean they want u roaming that much
6th June 2010, 04:13 PM |#23  
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I'm guessing we have to do this after every new ROM, right?
6th June 2010, 04:15 PM |#24  
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So I don't know if alltell had any service in my area, if I flash this am I going to be using VZW's 3G?
6th June 2010, 04:39 PM |#25  
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So, basically, this hack allows you to have Verizon's 3g coverage on sprints Evo?
The best of both worlds?
6th June 2010, 05:11 PM |#26  
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Originally Posted by TheBiles

I'm guessing we have to do this after every new ROM, right?

No not right.. A rom wont upgrade your PRL or change it.

A RUU might change your PRL but a ROM wont change it.
6th June 2010, 05:16 PM |#27  
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Wonder if it would be possible to have an app created for this purpose.. to switch you back and forth. There are times in the fall when I wont have coverage on anyones wireless (other than verizon). Would be nice to have this option to switch to roaming so i I could connect to the tower there
6th June 2010, 05:24 PM |#28  
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Im having trouble with the driver. Im using Windows 7. When i go to install the driver I chose htcdiag.inf and in the model window it shows "HTC Remote NDIS Based Driver". I click next and i get a driver warning telling me that windows doesnt recognize the driver as the proper one for the device and after i finish installing it i get the "this device cannot start (code 10)" message. I followed all the steps to the letter. Could I have made a small mistake somewhere?

I am also having this issue. Using Windows 7 x64. Any help would be appreciated, because I've been looking for this type of hack for days.

Many thanks for your efforts, OP.
6th June 2010, 06:06 PM |#29  
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I am also having this issue. Using Windows 7 x64. Any help would be appreciated, because I've been looking for this type of hack for days.

Many thanks for your efforts, OP.

I am also getting this error.
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6th June 2010, 06:18 PM |#30  
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So basically this will allow us to roam off VZW towers. So coverage as far as voice and data shouldn't be an issue?
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