HTC Thunderbolt is one of the newest and most well rounded mobile phones released by HTC. Features wise device supports a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon (QSD8255) CPU, Adreno 205 GPU, 768 MB RAM and a 4.3 inch screen size along an impressive 8 megapixel camera. HTC Thunderbolt has received generally positive reviews. Only drawbacks pointed out by some experts are related to a single core CPU and a subpar battery life.
We have already written an article on a one-click root method for the HTC Thunderbolt in Windows as well as how to overclock the CPU to the 1.76GHz with a custom kernel. Now this article is about another tip related to the LTE use on the HTC Thunderbolt. As you know that LTE can be a major source of battery drainage on the HTC Thunderbolt. Earlier you could use some magic to on/off the LTE on the device. But now there is even simpler method of turning off the LTE on the HTC Thunderbolt is available via the use of the application LTE OnOFF (toggle) settings. Application is available for free on the Android Market and actually should also work on the Motorola Droid Bionic, Samsung Charge (Stealth) and LG Revolution.
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