While the modder is yet to publish details on how he made the Touchstone compatible with the EVO 4G, he has told the site Good and Evo that it took "about a half hour, but it can be done in about 5-10 minutes". So far, he hasn't noticed any issues with the phone overheating, saying that in actual fact he "felt more heat charging the phone using the micro USB cable or just through heavy use" than from using the wireless charger. The short video below proving the mod works may be blurry as hell, but with any luck YouTube user/modder "Infinitemods" will go public with instructions on how to do this at home. [Good and Evo - Thanks, tipster!]
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