HTC EVO 4G Can get 802.11n WiFi

Have the EVO 4G and wondering why the 802.11n WiFi was disabled? Yes that's right, the Broadcom BCM4329 silicon actually can support 802.11n over 2.4 GHz, but has been disabled for reasons unknown. Well fret no more. The folks over at xda-developers have found way to enable the feature. Apparently, this can be done by altering just ten characters over two lines of code. Luckily, those who are fearful of editing the code themselves will have no need to - as long as your EVO is rooted. You'll find the instructions here.

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