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HTC has quietly updated its bootloader unlocking tool to support many older Android devices, and is working to support even more.
Owners of HTC Android phones can now root their phone in just a few simple steps with the HTC Super Tool for Windows.
I can’t decide if this is a win or a disaster in the making: Telstra will be selling the HTC EVO 3D Android phone from September, and Vodafone is also going to sell the phone “soon”. On the plus side, it’s a high-powered Android Gingerbread phone with a 4.3 inch screen and an excellent camera. On the minus side, it sports a 3D effect which Gizmodo’s reviewer described as so bad he wanted to look away.
If you’ve recently purchased an HTC Android phone and are planning to migrate data from a BlackBerry to it, you might want to hold off a while. HTC has acknowledged a bug which means SMS messages transferred to the new phone get sent again to their original recipients.
HTC’s two latest entry-level Android phones, the Salsa and ChaCha, go on sale through Vodafone from July 6. With both phones being available on contract with no additional handset fees on Vodafone’s entry-level 24-month cap plans (the $45 Infinite plan and the $29 standard cap), they are two of the cheaper Gingerbread-running phones out there right now.