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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by WhosPush, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. WhosPush

    WhosPush Member
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    Ive really been into the whole rooting and flashing scene for awhile and ive loved the stuff devs have come up with , but i want to try to be a dev now myself , could anybody try to point me in he right direction , im going to try to commit to this . i really want to use this as my first phone to dev on thanks .
     



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  2. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

    I wish you the best of luck. If it were me, I would pick a device that didn't cost as much as this one when learning to Dev. A Samsung device such as the Prevail would work nicely. It's not expensive AND it has Odin which will help if you soft brick the phone.

    They also have a good community over in that section.
     
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  3. WhosPush

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    thanks . but ive had atleast one phone from each brand and htc allways seems to amaze at the kind of stuff the devs get done with these devices
     
  4. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User


    Are you familiar with Odin? If not, here is a brief description. Download Odin Latest Version [Current 3.07]


    Odin has saved my butt on several occasions when I was learning about Android. It's easy to use and as long as you have the files, you can recover almost any soft bricked device. Even though CWM is a great recovery, there's always a possibility of a hard brick when you learning certain things.


    There is actually a good bit of info on Google on the subject. XDA is also a good source too. :)
     
  5. WhosPush

    WhosPush Member
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    yes im familiar with odin Cx , i had to use it alot with my girlfriend epic touch
     
  6. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

    LOL!!!! A lifesaver huh? It can save your phone when CWM or TWRP cannot. :D

    It's also a very easy way change basebands, ROMs and such. I wish HTC had something similar to Odin. Heh, I wish they all did. LG has something similar but nowhere near as good as Odin.
     
  7. WhosPush

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    yeah i had and lg motion for metro pcs and used their version , i also have an lg venice used it on that no where near odin
     
  8. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

    How do you like the Venice? I came very close to buying that phone when it 1st cam out. It's a good looking device.

    There's another phone on the market now that has a metal casing. Can't think of the name right off-hand but it's nice. For some reason I like the metal look. LOL :D
     
  9. WhosPush

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    its ok i guess i mean for the cpu it has its pretty fact but battery life takes a dump compared to this phone i ended up giving it to my girlfriend because she reffeared to it as a "cute" phone , there are actually a couple of metal cased phones and yes me too the htc one looks like a masterpeice
     
  10. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

     
  11. WhosPush

    WhosPush Member
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    ehhh i dont think much of samsung anymore even though id prefer them over most manufactures except htc
     
  12. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

    This is my 1st HTC and I must say that I am impressed so far. The phone straight out of the back is great. No lag, nice display, good feel. It's just a nice all-around phone. Imagine what it's going to be like in a few months. Whew!!! There are a lot of things going on over at XDA for the non US versions. I'm sure a good bit of that will eventually be available for our phone. As a matter of fact, some of it already is. You guys haven't seen it yet because it's being tested. I was lucky enough to get a hold of something a friend let me try that will add some performance.

    Speaking of development, time to head over check out the Dev threads and see what's going on. :)
     
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  13. WhosPush

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    lmao my first htc was the origional nexus
     

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