i have a query regarding my desire. i want to turn off its vibration of dial pad but cant find it in the setting. any body plzzzzzzzzzzz help me.
[deleted post]Ikr, what a bummer. I was hoping Gingerbread will fix the issue about battery life of Desire.. Guess we'll have to root it after all :|
Bad move for HTC. They shouldn't have announced that Desire will be updated to Gingerbread if it wasn't 100% sure.
Waaaaaaaaahhhhh! Its now official!
No Gingerbread! Why oh why?!!
Curse you selfish htc...!
Im now thinking of Mr. Ginger villain..........
BREAKING NEWS ,,,no 2.3.3. for desire finally...thank god I got desire hd...
tamp, 13 Jun 2011there is Tango software also for video calls Yeah that is true but the problem with Tango is that we need to have separate account in it unlike Fring which uses the google account.
stupid phone accumulates dust under screen like a vacuum cleaner caused by cheap materials and design. iphone is sealed much better. performance is good, but it lacks internal memory. you can only use less than 200mb for internal storage, and some apps cant be transferred to the external memory. specs is almost the same as an iphone 4
I purchased this phone at the weekend. In most aspects, it's working well. However, is there any way I can log out of my e-mail accounts? I appear to only have the ability to switch between different e-mail accounts. I've synced all my personal e-mail addresses, but it stays logged into my actual e-mail accounts, unlike my previous Blackberry?
One Tip to save more internal memory..
this is one problem i always encounter. Memory Low..
this happens when apps piles up and they arent movable to SD card. but just lately iv discovered who's been gluttonous to my internal memory..
and "Apps to SD" wont tell you this...
check your facebook app size in apps to sd.. its supposed to be 4.8 mb (thats the default app size).. if its not then Fb app is ur culprit.. this is what you do..
go to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > All...
tap on the "Facebook" app (**Not facebook for htc sense**) and ul be in the Application info.. take a look at the storage section..it should look like this
Total------------ 4.8 mb
Application------ 4.8 mb
Data------------- 0.00 b
check ur data value its the primary culprit.
before i discovered this my data value was already 20mb... damn.. that means a lot for a desire user..
fb app happens to save all of the viewed pics,pages,walls, everything in ur phone using the phone memory.
all you have to do is to tap on "Clear Data".. but by doing this ul be Erasing Everything in ur fb app database. means u have to log on again in ur fb account.. but this is nothing compared to what ul gain in ur internal memory.
now... check every app u have that isnt movable to sd card (though i havent tried those in the sd card if they're also using the phone memory for their database)... and clear all data of those apps, ul gain a lot of internal memory...
Tips to prolong your battery life...
1.Switch ur Network Mode to "Gsm only". having both wcdma and gsm active eats a lot of battery.
(Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Network Mode)
2.Turn Off "Background Data" in Accounts & Sync when u dont need it. i personally do this whenever i go out when i aint gonna be able/needing to sync.
3.Use a Stationary Wallpaper.. Live Wallpapers has an apetite for battery.
4.Turn Off Wifi when not in use and dont max out ur display brightness.
**i personally dont use task killers, i believe they dont help much in prolonging battery life. i used to use one and theres no difference.
Because in My opinion and to what iv googled around, what task killers do is kill every single program u have... so the moment u tap on anything even live widgets, it has to start on again from scratch.. killing off and restarting eats more battery.
Android is intelligent enough to manage idle programs. thats why task killers is not always included in the default functions and you wont get them out of the box. cause i believe the HTC guys would be the first to know if they're needed or not. (think of this, previous htc phones ,specifically win mo's, always had a task manager)..
tamp, 12 Jun 2011yes you can make video calls by yahoo and fring also. for yahoo video call go to android mark... moreBut we can make video calls using Fring only to another user who is online through phone right? I have tried many times to make video calls to users who are online through their computers but the video call option itself is not enabled on such cases.
yes you can make video calls by yahoo and fring also.
for yahoo video call go to android market install yahoo and also yahoo video plugins than you can call video yahoo automatically ask you to install video plugins.
if you want increas battery life install auto task killer this improve your battery life. or go to settings> application > running services > from here close all application u don't want
When I try to use the camera on my HTC Desire, the device freeze up. After that I can't use the camera neither close the camera application, so only solution is to remove the battery. What should be the reason for this ?
i am using this phone from 5 day excellent phone.
skype voice is very very clear and yahoo also can make video call