HTCSense.com Website Integration for TB

spartanguy81

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Thunderbolt isn't listed on the supported list. but I can locate my device, remotely lock, wipe, and ring. Also full support from htc hub. What else could you want.
 

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Thunderbolt isn't listed on the supported list. but I can locate my device, remotely lock, wipe, and ring. Also full support from htc hub. What else could you want.

how did you get it and I don't have internet explorer. I have firefox. on my laptop

thanks
 

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stock thunderbolt users will not get it as verizon blocks it. but if you root your phone and run a sense 3.0 rom then the intergration is built in

I have not heard anything about us blocking it... would we not also block MotoBLUR as well since it offers similar services?

No, sadly its just because there are not phones with the Sense version to take advantage of HTC Hub. I previously thought Sense 2.1 was required, but found that it is actually Sense 3.0. So since Verizon has no native Sense 3.0 device yet (*cough*Incredible HD*cough*), where on Earth did you get the notion that Verizon blocked it?
 

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I have not heard anything about us blocking it... would we not also block MotoBLUR as well since it offers similar services?

No, sadly its just because there are not phones with the Sense version to take advantage of HTC Hub. I previously thought Sense 2.1 was required, but found that it is actually Sense 3.0. So since Verizon has no native Sense 3.0 device yet (*cough*Incredible HD*cough*), where on Earth did you get the notion that Verizon blocked it?

The incredible s has full support from htcsense.com. It does not have sense 3.0.
 

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Then I stand corrected on the minimum requirement. However, regardless, why would Verizon block HTC Hub support? Why would they block that, but not MotoBLUR?

I assume some money or other favors were exchanged, as there are no Verizon phones supported despite similarities in the Droid incredible 2 and the incredible s or the thunderbolt and its desire brethren. I didn't know moto offered the same online services that HTC did until a few minutes ago.
 

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I assume some money or other favors were exchanged, as there are no Verizon phones supported despite similarities in the Droid incredible 2 and the incredible s or the thunderbolt and its desire brethren. I didn't know moto offered the same online services that HTC did until a few minutes ago.

Actually, MotoBLUR has offered that feature since the horrible failure... er... I mean, launch of the Devour in early 2009. Blackberry has offered features like that to corporate users for years.