HTC Diagnostic Interface (PID 0B03)

Category: Not classified
Manufacturer: HTC
Caution Level: safe
Download File Size: 10.82 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me
Latest Version: HTC Diagnostic Interface (PID 0B03)

Windows device driver information for HTC Diagnostic Interface (PID 0B03)

HTC Corporation is previously known as the High Tech Computer Corporation. It is mainly a producer of Microsoft Windows Mobile-based devices. HTC's operations are based in Taiwan. The company was originally an outsourcing company and an original design manufacturer. Today, HTC makes its own HTC self-branded products. It also manages its own operator-branded products and its original equipment manufacturer associates. HTC also owns Dopod as an auxiliary company. It is also an associate of the Open Handset Alliance, which means that it strictly complies with principles that allow the open foundation Android operating system to run on its hardware. The HTC Dream, marketed by T-Mobile (known in many countries as the T-Mobile G1) is the first phone in the market that makes use of the Android mobile machine platform. It was initially released in the United States for pre-order through T-Mobile USA on the 23rd of Sepetember 2008 and became obtainable in U.S. T-Mobile stores on 22nd of October 2008. The G1 became available in the UK some days after its USA launch and has since been introduced in many European countries.

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HTC Corporation creates smartphones running on the Android and WindowsMobile operating systems for the company and as an OEM to other companies. These companies that manufactures Windows Mobile based PDAs include HP/Compaq, Dell, i-mate, Fujitsu-Siemens, Palm, Krome, UTStarcom and Sharp Corp. HTC also produces ultra mobile computers. The company recently introduced the HTC diamond to compete with Apple's 3g iPhone. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and HTC Diagnostic Interface (PID 0B03) errors before installing any driver updates.