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    Default Re: The grass isn't always greener

    I smiled while reading this. Reconfirms my decision to go with the EVO LTE.
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    You know nothing is perfect and many items like this are rushed for release without all the bugs working out. I am glad to hear that Samsung is replacing the phones but with the same thing? Doesn't seem like they're really addressing the issue just "bandaiding" it. That said, I still think HTC is a good phone company. My whole family has HTC phonesm my last three were HTC and I couldn't be happier. I am also anxiously awaiting more info about this new HTC phone to be unveiled next year.
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    That's obviously a bogus story. Samsung makes phones for God and Jesus and God and BABY Jesus (and everyone who was complaining in this forum, on the Epic Thread a couple of weeks ago)! Obviously there's just an angry PCB Fairy out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pteezay View Post
    I smiled while reading this. Reconfirms my decision to go with the EVO LTE.
    I'm not making an argument for the s3 but I'm on my 3rd evo and counting so I wouldn't get too excited by this
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    I had a GSIII for about a week, and I hated it. I felt like I was using an Epic again. This is my first HTC phone, but the Quality of the phone is far superior to Samsung..
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    Ive had a GS3 for a little while now, and I love it. Smokes every EVO I've ever used and is by far the best phone I've owned. Incredibly fast, efficient, and consistent. Absolutely zero lag or problems:thumbup:

    Sent from my MetroPCS GS3
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    Quote Originally Posted by hossman12 View Post
    Ive had a GS3 for a little while now, and I love it. Smokes every EVO I've ever used and is by far the best phone I've owned. Incredibly fast, efficient, and consistent. Absolutely zero lag or problems:thumbup:

    Sent from my MetroPCS GS3
    Good for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hossman12 View Post
    Ive had a GS3 for a little while now, and I love it. Smokes every EVO I've ever used and is by far the best phone I've owned. Incredibly fast, efficient, and consistent. Absolutely zero lag or problems
    Probably because the only EVO you have ever used was the original, ancient EVO 4G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by So Cold View Post
    I'm not making an argument for the s3 but I'm on my 3rd evo and counting so I wouldn't get too excited by this
    I have my original Evo 4G LTE and the few issues I had we're fixed by reset and removing rogue launcher app. Works perfect!:thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by So Cold View Post
    I'm not making an argument for the s3 but I'm on my 3rd evo and counting so I wouldn't get too excited by this
    I'm also on my original evo and have dah no problems, but the sense restarting but after 4.1.1 it does not do it as much and it is fast and fluid as ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usguyver View Post
    I'm also on my original evo and have had no problems
    Had one Evo OG, never a failure (and gave it to a friend who is still using it).
    Had one Evo 3D, never a failure (and it is now my nightstand clock and still use it).
    Have one Evo LTE, never a failure (so far).
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    Default Re: The grass isn't always greener

    My og EVO and 3d and LTE have all been awesome! All still being used!

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    Quote Originally Posted by usguyver View Post
    I'm also on my original evo and have dah no problems, but the sense restarting but after 4.1.1 it does not do it as much and it is fast and fluid as ever.

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    OK, how do you put the new OS onto an original EVO?

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