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does the kindle fire accept a sim card?


Thursday 05th of April 2012 / justanswer.com
does the kindle fire accept a sim card?Optional Information: Make: KindleModel: FireAlready Tried: looking around the edges. App 4kid's books directed me to insert sim card.I have three sim cards, can not find a port for them on the Fire. Thank you
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Want to enable tethering on your AT&T and Rogers HTC One X? Use this one-click solution


Saturday 02nd of June 2012 / androidheadlines.com
For all the awesomeness that the HTC One X is bringing to the Android table, AT&T sure likes to a ruin the vibe by adding a few unnecessary touches to the phone.For instance, though it wasn’t explicitly admitted, HTC’s decision to hold back the release of an official bootloader unlocking tool for the One X reeked of AT&T’s intervention. And on top of the bloatware and locking, AT&T is clamping down on the use of tethering for those who don’t have a tethering plan.  Fortunately, help is coming from the devs and modders at XDA-developers.A senior member of XDA, t0mmy, has devised a tool that allows you to enable HTC One X’s stock WiFi hotspot app, with the only require…Continue Reading HereWant to enable tethering on your AT&T and Rogers HTC One X? Use this one-click solutionBams Sadewo – androidauthority.com
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Whatever You Do, Don’t Use Your HTC One X As A Hammer Like This Guy Did


Thursday 31st of May 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Your smartphone can be a lot of things. One thing it should not ever be is a hammer. The guy in the video below disagrees with my opinion that the HTC One X is not, in fact, a hammer. As you can see, he has a serious nail problem and, as the saying goes, “When all you have is a nail, all your HTC One Xes look like hammers.” Or something like that.The phone appears to be unharmed, despite being smashed in the face with a nail by a very sadistic Russian man 151 times. Yes, I counted. Each blow hurt my soul.Official Android Police t-shirts are now on sale,…Continue Reading HereWhatever You Do, Don’t Use Your HTC One X As A Hammer Like This Guy DidEric Ravenscraft – rss.feedsportal
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AT&T’s HTC One X has a locked bootloader unlike other variants


Friday 04th of May 2012 / androidheadlines.com
The folks at MoDaCo were able to uncover something quite disappointing about the AT&T variant of the HTC One X. Paul Obrien attempted to unlock the bootloader for the HTC handset via HTCDev but wasn’t able to do so on his review unit. He added that other AT&T retail units have showed the same result which is a “MID ERROR 160″ message. Amazingly, this didn’t happen on the One X variants from Europe and Canada (Rogers). This led us to think that AT&T is probably, “intentionally,” making this phone unlockable. If you are into flashing custom ROMs and want to grab this phone on Ma…Continue Reading HereAT&T’s HTC One X has a locked bootloader unlike other variantsZack Nebbaki – droidmatters.com
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Rumor: AT&T launching the HTC One X within a week


Monday 16th of April 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Those of you who have been waiting for the HTC One X to land in the U.S. might not have to wait much longer, if the information provided by BGR is correct. According to one of their trusted sources, the HTC One X on AT&T will be available as early as this week. In addition, the source says that AT&T could announce the phone availability details tomorrow, and that the phone’s release should follow within 5-7 days. If this is true, this will be some great news. The phone has been available in Europe for over a week now and it’s a success. Since the AT&T version of the phone wil…Continue Reading HereRumor: AT&T launching the HTC One X within a weekJonathan Radande – droidmatters.com
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Don’t try this at home: Crazy Russians use HTC One X as a hammer


Thursday 31st of May 2012 / phandroid.com
The HTC One X is a big, beautiful phone, but what you might not be able to tell from looking at it is just how solid its build feels. Maybe this video will help. What you see above is one of the most convincing demonstrations of the Gorilla Glass technology that lends its durability to the One X’s display. Yes, you are witnessing two minutes of hammer time courtesy of a couple of zany Russians using the front of the phone to drive a nail straight through a piece of wood. It’s hard to make out due to the quality of the video, but I challenge you to find even a scratch. Pretty impressive, but in case the results can’t be duplicated we’d say it is best to leave the One X hammering to those that may or may not have tipped back one too many vodka shots.[via Reddit]
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Can Tell The Difference In Photos Taken With The HTC One X and A Professional Camera? [Challenge]


Wednesday 09th of May 2012 / androidheadlines.com
And not just any smartphone. HTC throwing a fun little challenge on their official blog, to see if you can correctly distinguish which of the 10 images they posted were taken with the HTC One X, and which were taken using a traditional “professional” camera. If this was 2011, I’d ace that test. But seeing how HTC uses all new back-lit camera sensors and a specialized chip for handling images… the test was harder than I thought. Either way, I managed to score 8 out of 10 (I have special eyes). Hit up the link below to take the challenge for yourself and double back here with your score.[HTC Camera Phone Challenge]<br…Continue Reading HereCan Tell The Difference In Photos Taken With The HTC One X and A Professional Camera? [Challenge]Chris Chavez – phandroid.com
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That was fast: Tegra 3 version of HTC One X gets a CyanogenMod 9 release


Monday 30th of April 2012 / androidheadlines.com
There are possibly two types of people in this world: those who like their Android phone with all the often unnecessary bells and whistles on the software front, and those who like to keep it stock and neat. If you fall within the latter category, the TripNDroid Mobile engineering team has made your Sense-less HTC One X dream come true.The team has released the CyanogenMod 9 ROM for the HTC One X, which means, you will get to enjoy a pure stock Android experience without a trace of HTC Sense, on top of that sleek unibody and 4.7-inch Super IPS LCD2 display. Although this isn’t an official CyanogenMod release, the ROM was developed using CyanogenMod 9 files.As in…Continue Reading HereThat was fast: Tegra 3 version of HTC One X gets a CyanogenMod 9 releaseBams Sadewo – androidauthority.com
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doe htc evo 4g need a sim card


Monday 07th of October 2013 / androidforums.com
doe htc evo 4g need a sim card
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HTC Sense use a sim card


Monday 06th of January 2014 / androidforums.com
does the HTC Sense use a sim card
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