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Get Your Digital HTC EVO 4G User Manuals Here


With just one day (or less than one day for some of you who may be heading to Radio Shack early tomorrow morning) until the HTC EVO 4G launches on Sprint, they’ve started getting their support site ready by uploading a user manual and a getting started guide (both files are in PDF format).


These are the same guides you’d be getting once you open the packaging for your device. Together, they contain around 200 pages of information and documentation you’ll need to make sure you know how to fully operate your phone. I know a lot of people are switching to the EVO 4G as their first Android handset, so they’ll probably want to dive into this reading material as soon as they can.

You’ll be as ready as you’ve ever been for your new phone when it makes its way to retailers tomorrow morning.

[via PocketNow]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  2. i remember when droid users got so excited over a stupid user manual coming out early before the droid launch last year.. as a future evo owner I now understand.

  3. @JR I dont think thats possible

  4. I asked the same question last week and got a partial answer. The concensus is no because it’s a 4G phone designed for their WiMAX network. However, if you’re not in the Sprint 4G WiMAX network area then you’re on Sprint’s 3G voice network (or Verizon’s since there’s a roaming agreement in place), right? So… the jury is still out.

  5. @JR… One other note I forgot to mention is that both Sprint’s and Verizon’s 3G networks are CDMA.

  6. @JR —

    HTC does sell a phone unlocked directly, but I am not sure whether it would work on Verizon.

  7. all you wishful thinkers out there… it is IMPOSSIBLE to port a sprint phone to verizon… it’s never been done, yes they both use CDMA but they lock their phones into their system only and they also refuse to activate eachothers phones… it’s never been done and never will

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