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Supra ROM for HTC Evo 3D!

Supra ROM is an AOSP (Android Open Source Project) based ROM with a bit of Sense UI.  I’ve been using this ROM for couple days now and it’s pretty nice.

Some of the goodies include AOSP status bar, icons, new Market/GMail, bloatware removal, text message up to 5MB, adjust PRL using ##75# dialer, and Century Gothic font.

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MikG 3D ROM for HTC Evo 3D!

Well, it’s surprising as soon as permanent root was available for the Evo 3D, a slew of ROMs just decided to pop up including MikG 3D ROM.

This MikG 3D ROM features a bit of goodies plus the ability to USB tether and hacked Sprint hotspot.  The Sprint hotspot doesn’t support 4G at this point but you can always install the free Android Wifi Tether app to get 4G tethering (I’ve confirmed this works and will have a video on it too.).

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How to Install New ROM on HTC Evo 3D!

Once you’ve rooted your Evo 3D, you will want to backup your rooted ROM then install new ROMs to try out.

Why install new ROMs?

Well, it’s been only couple days since the permanent root method has been available to the public but there’s already over 10 custom ROMs you can get for the Evo 3D.

For one example, the MikG 3D ROM comes with a hacked Sprint hotspot app and USB t

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How to Backup/Restore ROMs on HTC Evo 3D!

For those of you new to the HTC Evo 3D, once you’ve rooted your Evo 3D, you will want to backup your newly rooted ROM if you are thinking about doing things like adding a new overclocked kernel or install new ROMs.


You want to create a restore point, sorta like Windows 7 system restoration feature, so you always can go back to a ROM that’s working stable.  Also, this is a great way to have 4 or 5 ROMs on your phone and switch ROMs on the go.

It’s pretty is to do, just go into ClockworkMod Recovery by taking your battery out then h

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