Cunning Logic Publishes LTE Toggle for HTC Thunderbolt Owners

Some early LTE adopters have stated that they’d like the ability to toggle their 4G connection on and off, but couldn’t do so without a huge hassle because HTC didn’t include a built-in app.  Personally, I haven’t found a need for such a toggle because I don’t really feel like it’s killing my battery life, but I think it’s great to have the option.  Luckily, Cunning Logic has just uploaded a free app called LTE OnOFF that will allow you to shut down your LTE speeds with just 3 button clicks.


LTE OnOFF App for Android


If you’ve been itching to get back to the 3G life, then head on over to this link to send the LTE OnOFF app to your Thunderbolt now.  You can also search for “LTE OnOFF” in the Android Market on your phone to install the app.  It’s very lightweight (13kb), and requires no special permissions.  You’ve been helped out in your cause to shut down 4G on your Thunderbolt…

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