Tag Archives: HTC Thunderbolt

HTC ThunderBolt Gingerbread update available now

Remember when we told you that Verizon was getting ready to release the newest (and best yet!) Gingerbread update for the HTC ThunderBolt? That was just yesterday, and it looks like everything has gone according to plan for HTC and Big Red. The update is ready and you can install it on your phone now. The update is making its way through the scheduled… Read more

HTC confirms security fix is incoming

With new software, there’s always a chance that new flaws or problems arise. On some newer HTC Sense-equipped devices, it seems that HTC’s software was logging key information on people’s handsets. This service on the device, known as HTCLoggers, was built to store GPS information, call logs, and email addresses to be sent back to HTC. Although the option… Read more

HTC ThunderBolt Gingerbread update now rolling out to owners

Yesterday, we let you know that the HTC ThunderBolt’s update page on Verizon’s site had been updated, showcasing the Gingerbread update that was set to launch for the first 4G LTE-connected handset to launch for the Big Red network. We mentioned that it meant the update was right around the corner, and sure enough HTC and Verizon have managed to start the… Read more

HTC Vigor to be branded as ThunderBolt 2, Samsung Prime replacing the DROID Charge

So at the tail-end of last night, a piece of paper began to make its way around the Internet. Now, that in itself isn’t all that news worthy, but what this paper had on it is. As the story goes, a Best Buy employee somewhere out there was handed a piece of paper by a Verizon representative. On it, there were a bunch of phones listed, with arrows in between… Read more

HTC readying Gingerbread for the Evo and Thunderbolt?

Try not to take this as completely solidified fact, but there’s a good chance there’s a lot of truth behind it. In a recent reply to a question on updates to Gingerbread, an HTC rep was kind enough to share the tentative release window for when the original Evo and the Thunderbolt would see the jump: “in the second quarter of 2011 (anywhere from the… Read more