Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Bevo's Big Brother, Jun 3, 2010.
Nice find. Guess what I'm gonna be doing all day..........and it isn't doing work.
And, so, it has begun... it's saved on my hard drive and sent to my son-in-law (who will be me by two weeks since I have to wait for my Premiere upgrade date to come along on the 17th!) but I will be pretty comfortable when that bad boy is in my hands! Thanks for the good find!
The user guide is 197 pages? Wow -like the stupid guy in the Staples commerical.
Well, thanks to you I now how something to do while I wait for the phone. btw I find page 88 utterly fascinating.
Great find...I think this is might be worth a Sticky for awhile.
This is great!!! I'm going to spend all of tonight reading this!
You just found it now? Its been up for days already. Its a good look into the handset for sure.
Direct link to the PDF - http://support.sprint.com/global/pdf/user_guides/htc/evo/htc_evo_ug.pdf
bump *petition for sticky status*
For Qik or Collette?
I'm going to show some restraint and wait for the physical user guide I'll be getting tomorrow
I was just skimming the guide, and it looks like the 8gig SD card was a recent change. The manual (page 72) refers to a 2 GB card included in the device. Just food for thought
The Evo Manual is out!
Getting Started Guide
Edit: oops sorry I didn't see the original thread. I just got all excited and wanted to share! ii
So a few sites have brought up the manual is floating around....
EVO 4G manual goes online, should hold you over for the next few hours -- Engadget
Where is it? I can't find it to check it out.
HTC EVO 4G User Manual available | MobileTechWorld
Is at the bottom of the Engadget story - in their VIA
Click on the Sprint link in the post.
People actually read the manuals?
I stickied this to prevent duplicate threads from popping up. I'll leave this up for tonight so those of you who are anxious and can't sleep have something to pass the time with See you on the other side my friends.
This is, essentially, what's included in the box. Looks like a few minor additions over the printed booklet I got in the IO conference phone.
I noticed that too, thought it was wierd.