its very bad mobile never buy it
its very expensive and it always stop working and all data is lost and no applications my advice never buy htc products especially windows mobile ones :@
Anthony, 27 Oct 2010I'm not going to install a cooked ROM just to get cookie V2 final. I'll stay with V2 beta till... moreive got an hd2 phone wich i bought in barcelona spain. the trouble is its in spainish with no optio to change the langauge. someone please help
Syrus, 26 Oct 2010I'm ready take plunge into WD7 phone but it’s the hardware design that preventing me to jump.... moreAfter reading your personal views I have concluded that you do not need a PDA phone, because any media phone would do the things you are interested in. a Sony W series phone could do what you want. The 1st generation iPhone could do what you want. Come to think about it, any medium entry phone in this day and age can do what you want. So for you it just boils down to the looks and feel of the phone in your hand. (Correct me with an explanation if I’m wrong)
Here are my personal view on copy/cut & paste, multitasking, Bluetooth and Customizations.
Copy & paste and multitasking go hand in hand. Must times I use it with out even thinking about it. And I only realized how important it is when I had to use a phone that did not have it (in the transition period between selling my HD and get my HD2)
You think of multitasking as seeing 2-3 windows at the same time like a PC screen. But that not what it’s about on a PDA phone.
This is how I use multitasking copy/cut & paste on the HD2. Some you may have also done as well without thinking about it.
1. Every time I have to give you guys a web link in this forum I copy the link and past it in the text entry window.
2. Every time I have skype or msn chat running/connected, so I can get messages but none of the 2 are the active screen on the phone. That is multitasking in action.
3. I only speak English, so every time I go to a none English web site. I copy & paste the link to http://translate.google.com/#en|es| and have the site converted to English for me.
4. Every time I have to enter information from a sms to my task or calendar, that is multitasking and copy and past.
5. When I have to dial a number from the online yellow pages it’s faster to copy/past it into the dialer.
6. Doing on site or in office calculations require the use of the calculator a unit converter and word/ note pad or a (pen and paper, which most of the time I don’t carry) to shear information between the programs is a lot easier with multitasking and copy/past.
7. You organize your phone from the PC. I use my PC less because I use the phone as if it was my PC. So cut and paste helps with keeping things organized on the SD. No need to wait till I get to a PC and forget half the things I wanted to do.
How are any of those things going to be done with tiles the way it is setup now.
When Microsoft fix those, then they can call it a smart phone again. Till then it’s just a media device that can make calls. Even iPhone after years of doing things there way, realized the importance of copy and past and multitasking.
Just like you I mostly use it for my stereo head set.
But you know what, every one I know has a cell phone but most don’t have a data plan. And being able to send files by bluetooth or take out my SD is very important when hanging out with friends and someone sees something the other person has and want it too. (mp3, mp4, jpg, or program installation.) no bluetooth file transfer and not removable memory means that you have the run home for a PC or go hunting for a WiFi hotspot.
My phone worked will with the stock 1.66 and it is working great with 3.14.
But just working is not enough. When you spend a lot of money on something you should be happy about most parts if not every part of it. Being able to customize the interface gives you that option to have things more to your liking.
I like the look of the sense UI but the dialer, keyboard and task bar is just too plain in comparison. That’s where customizing come in. I’m not talking about tweaking because ALL phones can be tweaked. Some other people don’t like the look of the sense UI and they can change that too. But with WP7, if you don’t like the look of something what can you do about it? Have you seen what that keyboard and phone dialer looks like? It’s almost Stone Age.
I have no doubt that M.S. will fix all this in time. So I have no need the buy until then.
You made a comment about remembering the 1st iPhone. Well I do remember it and the reasons I never got one, and it is for the same reasons I will not get a WP7 phone the way it is now. There are those like you who needs are not as complex and for them I say by all means buy it, because the hardware is good. I’m just waiting of the software to become good as well.
Feel free to disagree.. all I ask is that you give your reason why.
MJ, 27 Oct 2010Is ther is anybody help me if I can edit office documents with itEditing office .doc is a basic function of any windows mobile phone. And windows mobile 6.5 can edit .docx office documents as well
erix, 26 Oct 2010i think its out already, i think NRG roms has it now, check it out :DI'm not going to install a cooked ROM just to get cookie V2 final. I'll stay with V2 beta till i can get the final to put on my ROM.
Anthony, 25 Oct 2010dose anyone know when cookie home tab V2 final is coming out?i think its out already, i think NRG roms has it now, check it out :D
I'm ready take plunge into WD7 phone but it’s the hardware design that preventing me to jump. For me, Htc hd7 & samsung omnia7 are the best among all available windows7 phones. Omnia7 has power on/off button on the side which I do not like (even engadget review said that they turned off the phone accidently while talking on phone). As for htc hd7….it has two big speaker groove on the top & bottom. I think one is ear piece & other one is speaker. Those are dust magnet. I always had tough time cleaning my hd2's ear grill. As for software, it looks pretty zippy & fast despite some limitations.
I asked myself following questions about those limitations: (this is just me….may not be true for others)
1)Copy & paste: I do not remember when was the last time I used this feature in my hd2. I do everything in pc & then sync to phone. So I hardly use copy/paste.
2)Multitasking: This is phone….you can not have 2-3 windows open in that tiny screen like in computer. For me multitasking is …..Able to listen music while doing sth else on phone. Again win7 interface is about hub & tiles which help you to switch programs easily.
3)Bluetooth: Hmmm …..same questions….when was last time I transfer file via bluetooth on my hd2. Truth is …not even once. I need bluetooth….but not for transferring files but for pairing bluetooth devices like head phones etc. To transfer files…there are lots of other options.
4)Customization: I needed to customize my hd2 coz without that I can not run my damn hd2 smoothly…….no choice. Win7 is different league…..it is smooth as butter out of box. Anyway those third party stuffs hogs your memory & slow down your device.
Having said all that……..there will be update on Jan and will include all those above features if you desperately need them. I think MS is playing marketing game here. They can bloody spend 1bn dollar on marketing for win7…….why can't they include those simple above features?? Its not that….MS can not make those. They are the giant……….anyway just my 2 cents on win7 and I do not understand why ppl hate this awesome win7 for simply not having copy/paste. Remember iphone in early days??
Hey guys just download miri_steve rom...
Its the best... Its better than android...
Anthony, 25 Oct 2010dose anyone know when cookie home tab V2 final is coming out?would also like to know this
Hey thanks a lot nick i will try that tell me bro how's ur exp using android on this mighty phone
i think with android OS this is the best phone in the world.......
JR, 24 Oct 2010Give us the exact site please
download one of those roms, and extract the files onto your SD card. then just run 'clarcad' or whatever it's called, then run 'haret' and bam its running
johnny , 24 Oct 2010Hi People can someone tell me whether i can convert this phone to a android phone if yes pleas... moreyes your can
johnny , 24 Oct 2010Hi People can someone tell me whether i can convert this phone to a android phone if yes pleas... moreyeah i use android full time now
just go on xda developers. theyve got a whole 'how to' guide on there
it's incredibly easy
Hi People can someone tell me whether i can convert this phone to a android phone if yes please tell me how to do it
sibssis, 22 Oct 2010i have a phone whos nsme is htc hd 2.but its not working properly.what do you mean by that?
Ajay Ghorawat, 23 Oct 2010so many games come in jar file format. Can I download them and play them. If yes which display... moreYes you can play .jar games.
When you install them just go to jblend in tools and you will see them there and that where you lunch them from.
Just know 2 things.
1. This phone does not have a physical key pad so you need to only install games that support touch screen.
2. Programs load from the top left of the screen. So a game 128x128 will only load in the first 128x128 pixels in that corner. The screen on this phone is 480x800 pixels so a game that small, I don’t think you will be able to control it.
Shokaman, 23 Oct 2010Hey, I downloaded this software. Didn't install it though yet. But the screenshots shows the l... moreYes is supports English.
I am using it in English.
You pick the language in the first time setup.
I think I saw 6 languages to pick from.
I can’t find my way back to that screen where I picked the language when I was setting it up (could be a onetime thing) so make sure to pick the right thing when setting up.