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I love Android and the many ways you can make it your own. So, I figured I would take the time to show you guys how I make my phone “me.” I recently got an HTC Thunderbolt and it comes with HTC Sense. In this video I cover ADW Launcher. Gadget University gadgetu.net Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter twitter.com RSS feeds.feedburner.com
Video Rating: 3 / 5
In this first ever episode of the XDA Daily Round Up, Sam talks about the expected Verizon release date of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play; The Xperia X10 bootloader which was brilliantly cracked by XDA user ‘zdzihu’, which has opened doors to flashing custom kernels; How you can remove the HTC Thunderbolt Sense lockscreen and replace it with the stock Android lockscreen; A one click root for the Thunderbolt which was posted by XDA user ‘Captiankrtek’ and “Battle of the OS”, which is most commonly used amongst XDA users? Links: Xperia X10 bootloader cracked: is.gd Remove the Sense lockscreen on HTC Thunderbolt: is.gd Battle of the OS: is.gd One click root for HTC Thunderbolt: is.gd The Perfect Storm ROM for HTC Thunderbolt: is.gd
Video Rating: 4 / 5
How to fix Low Audio while Recording Video or voice. This was recorded using the Thunderbolt after the fix.
Video Rating: 5 / 5
SwiftKey X refuses to enter a P when I press the P key on my totally stock HTC Thunderbolt.. Enters an O almost every single time. Stock keyboard works great. The video kind of sucks because I had to hand hold the Flip camera, but you can clearly see that SwiftKey doesn’t work but the stock keyboard does. Calibrating the screen has no effect on the results. I’ve done it numerous times with no change in the outcome.
Quadrant benchmark Nexus S VS Thunderbolt Over clocked Nexus S @ 1.4Ghz HTC Thunderbolt @ 1.5Ghz Both phones at stock voltage
Video Rating: 5 / 5
This is a HD Video captured from an HTC Thunderbolt, the video is also available on TekGoblin.com with the full review.