Tbolt goodness!

Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt' started by MoBoEvo, Dec 31, 2011.

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    Now that my Thunderbolt is just about perfect, what with all the updates and the Rezound battery, I'm loving looking at the latest and greatest releases, ie Razr and Galaxy Nexus, with their many, many problems and laughing it up! All those who thought the Tbolt was junk and just had to have these wonderful new, perfect phones....look who's laughing now! Every single smartphone, no matter the make, is going to have ginormous teething problems. A friend with his new Samsung returned it for a Rezound after just 2 days...it wouldn't connect for data and when it did, it was gone in a minute!
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    I'm happy with my thunderbolt just wish we had ICS

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    Rooted and new battery, this thing is great. Especially, free tethering to my pad. I love riding the train to work while getting 4g speeds on my HP Touchpad($99) DancingNexusdancedroid:icon_ banana:
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    I have been tempted to root mine. Is it stable if u root?

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    It's better than stable. Seriously, if you want a phone get an iPhone. If you want a hobby, root.
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    Find the right ROM and it won't even be the same phone. The best thing is you can find the firmware that works best with your phone, and undervolting the CPU really helps the standby battery usage.

    Sent from my Transformer Prime That Is Taking Over the world.
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    I wish I could find a local guru to root my phone.

    PB1
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    Everything said about rooting is true!
    Advice study the process.
    Watch the several videos on you tube. I used nat3mil video.
    Be warned once u root u will never want go back to standard phone

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    I have the same data issues everyone else talks about, I even went to AT&T and got the Atrix 2 just to compare the services, I never knew AT&T could be so good.
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    Oooo a bold statement sir, but do they charge you way too much like they're supposed to haha

    Sent from my ADR6400L using 1.21 gigawatts, who needs a rebound battery
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