Htc thunderbolt friend stream not updating

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The HTC Thunder Bolt is a first but not a first: the only 4G smartphone on Verizon’s LTE network, but certainly not the first 4G smartphone we’ve seen and following a hardware pattern that dates back nine months or so to the HTC EVO 4G on Sprint and takes in AT&T’s Inspire 4G on the way.

With various different interpretations of what exactly 4G is, however, there’s more to this than labels and branding.

In March 2011, Verizon began selling the HTC Thunder Bolt--the first smartphone to run on its 4G LTE network. Photo by: Bill Detwiler / Tech Republic Caption by: Bill Detwiler Bill Detwiler is Managing Editor of Tech Republic and Tech Pro Research and the host of Cracking Open, CNET and Tech Republic's popular online show.

In his review, Tech Republic's Jason Hiner dubbed it the "Ferrari of smartphones". Prior to joining Tech Republic in 2000, Bill was an IT manager, database administrator, and desktop supp...

Yes, I know that size constraints matter, but so far, the released phones with no jack don't make a good case for that argument and don't provide any new hardware that uses the additional empty space favorably.

And for the record, I am ranting even though I use Bluetooth headsets 99% of the time; I just like having the 3.5mm plug option for that 1%.

If you have a device listed in Vuze, but identified wrongly (name is different), please post your device name and the displayed name on device forum so we can fix it.Anyway, now we have to endure phones that don't have a 3.5mm jack and instead come with digital headsets, which are more expensive, rarer to find, provide less choice, and are divided into USB-C for Android users and Lightning for i OS users — God forbids we keep one standard that everyone uses!And for those who are still clinging onto their 3.5mm headsets, there's a dongle or adapter to carry around and worry about losing, so you can plug your old school gear into your fresh new phones. They have an app to update the firmware of said adapter. It'll keep it up to date and likely deliver audio improvements over time, because we're talking digital audio now, but why the heck are we updating the firmware of an unnecessary adapter in the first place?This tip first popped up in our inbox last Friday, so I apologize for not sharing it sooner.Instructions: Dial: *#*#4636#*#* Then choose “Phone information”: Change preferred network to “CDMA auto (PRL): Back out and enjoy your 3G-only phone!

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