Keeping true on the promise to return to their hacker-friendly roots, HTC has indicated they are working to prepare a software update for the T-Mobile HTC Sensation that will serve to unlock the phone’s bootloader. (Though we still aren’t completely sure what they mean by “unlocked”).
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For the Android modder community, it’s been an emotional couple of weeks. When the HTC Sensation and the HTC Evo3D were announced, there was a great deal of excitement. Each of these devices have a fantastic look and feel to them, and they come with some of the first dual core Snapdragon ... Read More »
Congratulations, Android community, you’ve done it. After the huge backlash that HTC got from locking the EVO 3D’s bootloader, the company seems to have gotten the message. HTC’s CEO, Peter Chou, took to Facebook to let us know that they’re truly sorry and that they won’t do it again. Specifically, Chou said:
Motorola has long held the stance that their Android phones were not meant to be used as an operating system development platform. This story goes back almost a year ago when the Android community became upset that the Motorola Milestone could not load custom ROMs to which a Motodev employee responded, “We highly recommend ... Read More »