HTC EVO 3D user guide now available from Sprint [from the forums]

The HTC EVO 3D user guide has been made available by Sprint for everyone interested in one of the Summer's hottest devices.  It checks in at 315 pages, and will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about operating and enjoying the EVO 3D and Sense 3.0, and even you seasoned Android veterans should take a peek if you're grabbing one of these babies come Friday.

Maybe it will never top Oprah's book list, but we need something to pass the time until we can get our greasy hands all over the 4.3 inches of glass, and I can promise it doesn't end with the butler having done it.  Grab it from the source link.

Source: Sprint (pdf) via Android Central forums

Jerry Hildenbrand
Senior Editor — Google Ecosystem

Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.

  • I already ordered mine from Sprint! I wish we could have had a review to read from Android Central to read beforehand :(
  • Someone please tell me why in hell would i want the users guide b4 i have the phone?????
  • So when you get the device you won't have to be pouring over the manual to figure out what's new with Sense 3.0, getting to know the device, anything else of not, etc. Makes absolute sense to me.
  • It's proof that this isnt a dream.... :D
  • Thanks! I think it's a great idea to post the manual now!
    @svargas05: seriously? there are tons of reviews available.
  • Yes, I know that. I meant their FULL review. Read the post I made below. I just wanted to hear what AndroidCentral had to say in depth about the Evo 3D. I respect their opinion.
  • svargas: try here: tgrant: It's simple. Some people actually read the manual. If you read it before-hand, you don't have to spend time reading it when you get the device and you can spend more time playing with it :)
    Also , I usually find one or two things buried in the manual that no reviewer saw fit to comment on. Android Central: Thanks. I'll be perusing this while I wait for Friday.
  • WOW. Chill folks. I'm just saying I revere AndroidCentral's blessing more than any other tech blog's reviews is all... I already ordered the Evo 3D, regardless and I read all the reviews available. Like I said, I just highly respect what AndroidCentral will have to say about it...
  • I'm sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo stoked for this phone. I'm certain that my pre-order won't arrive before next week but Friday can't get here soon enough for this beast to be officially released.
  • Here's a few things I found while reading: * The USB/charging port is located on the left side (screen facing you) (not on the bottom like the Evo 3d). I'm sure that was to accommodate landscape view when inserted on the docking cradle.
    * Swipe is built into ROM.
    * The phone hooks into is an online site that, once set up, allows you to forward calls and messages to a different number, make the device ring, lock it, and even erase its contents.
    * Sprint Hot-Spot is still available, to allow you to share a 3G or 4G connection with up to eight WiFi-connected devices. In addition, you have:
    - USB Tethering, which uses the phone like a modem and
    - Internet Pass-through, which uses your computer connection as an Internet connection for the phone.
    * Sprint TV and Sprint Radio are included for streaming entertainment. There's probably more, but that all I saw in a cursory read.