Go to Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging
That might help.
Samsung Galaxy S DOES have a front facing camera, but is only 0.3MP, whilst the HTC Incredible S 1.3MP.
Go to Settings > Location and Security > Set Screen Lock > Pattern.
Labyrinth and the games I've mentioned does not need multitouch, it does not even need you to touch to play it. :)
Uh... the earliest video game consoles has more than one button.
Abduction, Mega Jump are non multi touch required games.
Well, maybe the emulator detects certain games that needs the required buttons then remove the unneeded buttons and replace them with the required...
That's true, but somehow Super One Click does not root my phone either so I flashed Steam's Kernel then it rooted my phone, and I flashed Darky's...
You are much better off installing Darky's Gingerbread Edition after rooting, I really loved the ROM, it's much faster than having a lagfix...
Go to Settings > Display > Horizontal Calibration, in there just calibrate your device.
Your screen is not designed to handle more than two touches, the later HTC Devices fixed that.
I think that this emulator must need at least 1Ghz CPU or more to run smoothly, not sure about RAM.
And will the emulator use the GPU to run too?
Does HTC EVO 4G has DLNA?
I have it on my SGS and it works fine with my Sony and Samsung TVs.
LauncherPro Plus would be better as you have some widgets that are designed to look like HTC Sense.
You can take screenshots on the Samsung Galaxy S by holding the back button then press the home button.