Tag Archives: gingerbread

Recommended Gingerbread

FREE Weekly Newsletter for HTC Evo Users!

Stay ahead of the pack with our newsletter and receive "ROM of the Week", get free help from author, get FREE tips/tricks for your phone, stay updated on what's HOT with HTC Evo right now.

Get your Copy of Weekly ROM of the Week Today!

No spam. We promise. We ONLY send you HTC Evo ROM of the Week.

MokeeOS Gingerbread ROM for HTC Evo 4G!

For those of you who want to taste something different on your HTC Evo 4G, definitely give the MokeeOS gingerbread ROM for this week. Coming with supposed Android 2.3.7, this is a ported version of Mokee operating system (I think from a GPS or Chinese Android smartphones), very interesting indeed.

Also, 4G WiMax works out of the box and most things are working so you can use it as daily driver.

Try it out and let me know what you think!


Sponsored Links

Click Here to Read Full Article


Stable Rooted ROM Based on Latest OTA Gingerbread – Ti-X ROM!

For those of you looking to upgrade your ROM to the latest OTA Gingerbread without unrooting (like I did) and enjoy all the goodness of rootness, you might want to check out the Ti-X ROM.

This one does everything, all Sprint apps (for Sprint lovers), Google Talk Video, and everything (Camera, 4G) working out of the box.

Download the Ti-X ROM here:

Sponsored Links

This is the Ti-XI ROM for HTC Evo 4G Download Ti-X ROM

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Root HTC Evo 4G Gingerbread 2.3!

UPDATE: Gingerbread root is HERE! So, you’ve unrooted your Evo 4G yesterday and installed the new official OTA Gingerbread? Well, I did and seems like the rooting method for Android 2.2 isn’t working on the Gingerbread.

But no worries,you can easily root your Evo 4G on Gingerbread by unrooting your Evo 4G (this will get you back to Android Froyo 2.2) then use the

Click Here to Read Full Article


HTC Evo 4G Official Gingerbread Review!

So I unrooted my Evo 4G and installed the new Gingerbread update. The official Gingerbread does come with goodies like LCD brightness control “finally” working and camcorder working flawlessly.

Of course, the speed of the new Gingerbread is rather slow, I am getting about 12-13 on Linpack, whereas I was getting near 45-60 on custom ROMs.

Best route for anyone on custom ROMs?

You don’t have to unroot and install the new Gingerbread. Instead, just flash the kernel and radio (from the official Gingerbread) to your custom Evo ROM. Make sure to

Click Here to Read Full Article


HTC Evo 4G Gingerbread OTA Update!

For those of you with stock HTC Evo 4G, you should be getting a Gingerbread OTA Update like as we speak. For those of you on custom ROMs, you can unroot your Evo 4G (takes 5 minutes), then do a software update. Of course, there should be a bunch of ROMs updated with the Gingerbread OTA update in the next couple days so you can wait to get those updates.

I am in the process of unrooting my phone as we speak and installing the new update so will have a video review of the new stock Gingerbread Evo ROM

Click Here to Read Full Article


Missed Me 2.3 Gingerbread ROM for HTC Evo 4G!

Here’s Missed Me 2.3 Gingerbread ROM for HTC Evo 4G, made by Steven, a 14-year old, who might be the youngest ROM maker ever.  Anyways, this is a pretty good ROM, very similar to Evo Zone and Fresh Evo, based off the leaked 2.3.3.

Sponsored Links

Download Missed Me 2.3 ROM Zip

Sponsored Links

Also, there’s rumors

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Install Evo Zone ROM Gingerbread Android 2.3.3 on your HTC Evo 4G!

Recently, someone told me they installed the latest CyanogenMod 7 ROM for Evo 4G and wanted to install Sprint apps (like Sprint TV) back onto their phone.  Well, I tried it this morning and CM7 doesn’t support Sprint apps because Sprint apps use Sense UI and CM7 doesn’t have that.

Anyways, to make the story short, I found another great Gingerbread ROM, the Evo Zone ROM, which comes with Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and Sprint apps loaded.  Now, some of you might not like the Sprint apps so I will have some instructions on how to remove some of the apps you

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Install Gingerbread Evo Deck ROM! [Android 2.3.4]

UPDATE: See my updated review of the latest Evo Deck ROM! It’s been awhile since I’ve updated my ROM on my HTC Evo 4G, mostly because I let my friend borrow it but I finally got it back plus there are many great Gingerbread ROMs for Evo now.

For one, the CyanogenMod 7 ROM is highly recommended except it doesn’t support 4G.

BUT, there’s a Gingerbread Evo Deck ROM which is based on CyanogenMod 7 with 4G enabled plus HDMI mirroring.

I just inst

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Install Kings Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROM on HTC Evo 4G!

For those of you who want to try out beta version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROM for HTC Evo 4G, you might want to try the Kings ROM.  There’s a lot of things that don’t work right now including 4G, which kinda sucks but for early birds, you can give it a go.

I don’t actually recommend this ROM (yet) but did record while I was installing it so, hopefully you can tr

Click Here to Read Full Article