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With the HTC EVO™ 4G, you’ve got the power to do more than you ever thought possible with a phone.
Wi-Fi® wherever you go. With instant Internet access for up to 8 computers, the EVO 4G opens up all kinds of possibilities. Now, the world is your coffee shop.
True HD vision. The true HD camcorder captures the moment. And with the HDMI cable connected to your flatscreen, you can relive the moment, down to the last detail.
Power-packed entertainment. With eye-popping resolution on the giant 4.3-inch" screen, your favorite flicks, live sports and primetime shows come to the rescue whenever there’s time to kill.
Around the world in 0.17 seconds. With the first 4G phone on the nation's first 4G network, you can upload, download and scour the web up to 10x faster than ever before.
Broadcasting live in 3-2-1. Launch the live -streaming video app and, just like that, you're broadcasting live to anyone with an internet Internet connection and an invitation to watch the show.
Official Website : http://www.htc.com/us/products/evo-sprint/
Sprint Website: http://now.sprint.com/firsts/evo4g/
XDA-Developers Forums for the Phone
Guides and Tutorials
Supersonic @ HTC-Linux Wiki wi-fi &Bluethoot adress
Check PRI Version
From your home screen:
Menu > Settings > About Phone > Software Information > 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.
Changing the ESN and/or MEID
1. Download and install QPST 2.7.366   and the HTC Diag driver . 2. Dial ##3424# on your phone and plug it into your computer. 3. Open QPST Configuration and connect to the HTC COM port. 4. Open the EFS Explorer client using QPST Configuration 5. Make a folder called "open sesame door" in the root directory of the phone. 6. Restart your phone and connect to it again the same way. This time, the "nvm" folder will be unlocked in EFS Explorer. 7. Open the "nvm" folder and copy the "0" and "1943" files to your computer. The file named "0" contains your flipped ESN, and the file named "1943" contains your flipped MEID. 8. Change the ESN/MEID to whatever you like (make sure it's flipped) in the files and copy the files back to the phone. Restart the phone, and you're good to go!
Note: A "flipped" ESN or MEID means that the ESN or MEID is reversed in groups of two. For example, if your phone's MEID were A1000012345678, it would become 78 56 34 12 00 00 A1 when flipped. The same applies for the ESN.