5 things I like about HTC.

From the heights of the HTC Desire, the world’s first true iPhone competitor, HTC had fallen dramatically, and sales were in the gutter. It had something like 10.7 percent of the market at its best – and this is already a distant memory, a figure dating back three years by now. Arguably an underdog in the mobile industry now, but it hardly matters with the pace with which the industry is progressing. Fans and tech enthusiasts love the brand and will think more than twice before they go with another company. With that said, let’s take a look at what HTC is good at.

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Elephone P6000 Source Code

I seem to have stumbled upon some MediaTek kernel source codes. Well, that is, if it has been confirmed that the file that I downloaded from Elephone’s servers and uploaded to Google Drive is the real deal. It contains 2 folders, ‘kernel’ and ‘mediatek’, both filled to the brim with what appears to be source code.

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Flow Home (Beta) Review

You may have noticed that your social networking apps take up a lot of space on your phone, and you may also notice that sometimes, you just need the right updates at the right time, but not all of the vast number of features built into these apps. Flow Home takes this problem and takes it to the next level, by not only taking major social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, and combining them together, but also putting them on the home screen!

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What Elephone is doing wrong

As you all might (or might not) know, I’m a big fan of Elephone. I participate in their forums actively, and support their giveaways and events too. However, there are just a few things that they are doing wrong that are angering customers, and potentially moving customers to the many other brands all over the world that are manufacturing cheap smartphones like the ones Elephone sells.

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