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HTC Evo 3D/CDMA

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HTC EVO 3D
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Model Number: See Page
Specification
Device Type: Phone
Manufacturer: HTC HTC-icon.png
Release Date: June 24 2011
Operating System: Android Android-icon.jpg
Dimensions: 127 mm (5.0 in) H x 66 mm (2.6 in) W x 12 mm (0.47 in) D
Weight: 170 g (6.0 oz)
Chipset: Dual-Core, 1.2 GHz Qualcomm MSM8660 (Snapdragon)
Display: 960×540 px, 4.3 in (10.9 cm) at 256 ppi qHD Super-LCD (0.49 megapixels) Autostereoscopic 3D-capable (glasses-free)
Networks: CDMA 800/1900MHz EMSR800MHz EVDO Rev. A, WiMAX 2.5 to 2.7GHz; 802.16e
Wifi: Not Known
Bluetooth: Bluetooth v3.0 + HS
NFC: Not Known
GPS: GPS/aGPS
Video out: Not Known
Camera: Rear: Dual 5 mpx color CMOS with autofocus, Dual LED Flash ( Up to 5 mpx picture and 720p video in 2D & 3D, 2 mpx picture)
Secondary Camera: Front: 1.3 mpx color CMOS
Internal Memory: 1GB Useable (4GB eMMC, 3GB reserved, 1GB user-addressable space)
Memory Card: Up to 32gb microSD (8gb microSD provided as accessory)
Battery: 1730 mAh removable Lithium-ion battery
Additional Features: HTC Sense 3.0


Overview

The evolution will be broadcast in 3D at 4G

More hardware, for less hardware
The EVO™ 3D doesn’t require you to wear anything special to get fully immersed in its 4.3” 3D QHD screen. From watching movies in 3D, to taking 3D pictures, to capturing your own 3D video, nothing more is needed by you. Except the desire to be WOW’d.

Built for capturing 3D
With its dual 5 MP cameras, giant 4.3” QHD screen for a viewfinder, and intuitive camera button, making 3D movies and taking 3D photographs with the EVO 3D couldn’t be easier.

Showier and tellier
Wirelessly stream photos, music and videos to your home entertainment system from phone. Feel like adding some dimension? You can share 3D videos via HDMI to your 3D HDTV. And when you feel like sharing for real, the front-facing camera allows you to wirelessly video chat with friends and family anywhere.

A foundation built for growth
Not content to stop at glasses-free 3D, the EVO™ 3D was built with a superfast 1.2Ghz Qualcomm® Snapdragon® dual-core processor running on 4G. Making downloading, posting, commenting, watching and playing faster than was ever possible.

Share more
Not only does the EVO™ 3D let you share like never before with it’s amazing QHD 3D screen, but it also allows up to 8 devices to wirelessly connect to it so that they can share in its internet access.

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Rooting & S-OFF

Recoveries

[Must have S-OFF & Root Permissions]

Official Rom Update Utilities

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Custom Roms, Kernels, & Themes

Stock Rooted Roms with SuperUser

Kernels

Modded Stock 2.08.651.2 Dual Core
Tiamat Sense

Common Tasks

Check PRI Version

From your home screen:

Menu > Settings > About Phone > Software Information > More > PRI Version

Check WiMax Version

If you have ADB installed on your computer

1. Plug your phone in
2. Start a command prompt
3. Type 'adb shell' and press enter (without apostrophes) 
4. Type 'wimax_mtd' and press enter (without apostrophes) 
5. The information you are looking for is at the top of the output on the "Check Firmware Version" line

If you do not have ADB installed on your computer

1. Download and install 'Android Terminal Emulator' from the Market
2. Start 'Android Terminal Emulator'
3. Type 'su'and press enter (without apostrophes) 
4. Type 'wimax_mtd' and press enter (without apostrophes)
5. The information you are looking for is at the top of the output on the "Check Firmware Version" line

Check HBOOT Version

1. Power down your phone by holding the power button until the menu appears and select "Power Off"
2. Press and hold the volume down button on your phone (don't let go until I tell you to)
3. Press and hold the power button on your phone (don't let go until I tell you to)
4. Once the screen turns on, go ahead and release both buttons
5. The phone should boot into a special boot screen, at the very top is some text... you can find your HBOOT version within that text.

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