CyanogenMod 6.1.2 now available for HTC Evo 4G

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Just as you can see above, CyanogenMod 6.1.2 is available as a stable mod for the Sprint Evo 4G. As always, if you are planning on modding your Android device, please be cautious and follow these steps carefully as it could brick your phone.

Current known issues are no 4G or HDMI support in this stable release as of yet, but are being worked on. If you come across any other issues after installing, please report them here or leave us a comment below.

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Best Buy Stocking more HTC Evo Shift 4G accessories

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A few days ago we started noticing that Best Buy was stocking items with the chosen name Sprint Evo Shift 4G on the accessory packaging, and it looks like Best Buy may be stocking up on accessories again bearing the same name. This may be a gear up for a January 9th 2011 launch date as leaked by RadioShack a couple days ago, but regardless, they are getting ready for it soon. Just need to wait it out a few days, and I’m sure we’ll hear an official date from Sprint and HTC.

[via Android Central]

Sprint Picks Name as Evo Shift 4G Accessories Show at Best Buy

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Best By is starting to stock accessories for the new 4G smartphones from Sprint expected to be announced at CES 2011 in a few days. The name on the package shows that Sprint has decided to stick with the name Evo Shift 4G for the device, as seen above. Since Best Buy is stocking, the device should be available nation-wide within a couple weeks. The device should be priced at approximately $150 with a 2 year contract, and $549 without a contract.

We’ll see more at CES.

[via Android Central]