Anonymous, 09 Dec 2009So, I live in Canada and I understand that if I were to buy it now, it would only function on ... moresadly it wont work, its a hardware thing. ull have to wait for the US version in 2010.
Anthony, 09 Dec 2009I will pick HTC over Samsung because an HTC phone has the backing of the programming community... moreHi Anthony,
So, if Samsung would have the same support as HTC, it was a tough decision.
Thank you very much for the answers.
For a 800 dollar phone it should have atleast
and looks like HTC is not gonna make any phones with these specs in the near feature after looking at their road maps.
PLEASE - is there anybody out there in the big wide world that help me source FULL Voice Recognition Software for use on my HTC HD2 when I get it next year?
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2009For Singapore M1 user
Paragon M1 left with 10 sets.
Selling price is $1258 w/o contract
$... moreu sure?
I go to M1 Paragon yesterday 9:30PM, don't have stock anymore since early morning yesterday.
this phone is realy nice design and great features
windows os + capacitive multi touch !!!! awsome
i hope they make next version of this phone with 16m color
hd2 is best full touch smart phone
milestone is best qwerty slider
So, I live in Canada and I understand that if I were to buy it now, it would only function on the 2G network, but would it work on the 3G network in 2010? Or would I have to buy the North American version of the phone..?
pion, 08 Dec 2009Hi Anthony, Hi Everybody,
I am considering buying a windows phone and I can't decide between ... moreI will pick HTC over Samsung because an HTC phone has the backing of the programming community.
So the chances of getting everything i want as far as software and drivers go is higher.
And for me productivity is of utmost importance. Last thing i want to hear is there is a new program that would be very useful on my smart phone but there is no one making a version that will work on my phone. Or a new feature just came out on a new phone but i canít get it... not because i donít have the hard ware but because no one is writing drivers to give my phone that feature
I picked the HD2 over the Omnia II because of the bigger screen, nicer UI (both in looks and function) and the slicker look and solid build of the HD2. The cap on the USB port of the Omnia II is the first thing i would end up breaking/ripping off. (The HD2 also has more CPU power so i can get things done without lag, but i must say the Omnia II does not look to bad in that department as well, on paper)
Robby, 08 Dec 2009hi Anthony, i read all your posts and i have to admit that you have helped me to understand th... moreIt will work in the US if you get and unlocked one or just unlock it yourself :-)
But you will only get 2G.
This phone is not compatible with the USA 3G
There will be a USA 3G version later in 2010
High Tech, 09 Dec 2009I didn't miss it. I'm waiting for official ROM from HTC.All the roms on the link are official romís they came right off of HD2 phones that people bought (I think they call that porting) the roms were not modified in any way.
If you look at the Author: you will see it is HTC Corporation not a rom cooker name.
The last rom on page 3 is my original rom.
There are no cooked roms for this phone as yet because no one has been able to make a HSPL to replace the SPL on the phone as yet. (The SPL on the phone is like the BIOS on a PC)
So the roms are official, just the method use to get them and the method you have to use to get it on the phone, was not approved by HTC. But once itís on, everything is just like if that was the rom you got your phone with. You can even do a hard reset and it will still load up your new rom because you are replacing your old rom with a next one.
You complained so much about the pink spot, so i thought you would have jump at the opportunity to get rid of it as i did. And i donít even have it as bad as you.
Robby, 08 Dec 2009hi Anthony, i read all your posts and i have to admit that you have helped me to understand th... moreif the phone is unlocked and u have t-mobile or at&t service, this phone should work for u
Anthony, 08 Dec 2009http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=E3821449-3C6B-42F1-9FD9-0041345B3385&... moreThanks for that, Anthony - .NET Compact Framework 3.5 now installed. I'll carry out a soft reset in a min and trust that'll put pay to the problems I had with Gyrator2.
Once that's sorted I'll be able to focus my efforts on that ongoing troub I have with the music player. Strange to think that GoogleMaps and other features on the phone run so quickly and smoothly, I guess I need to alter how my music is stored on the microSDHC card to overcome this...
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2009Mark to be more exact it might be the game called Meon Lite ( i installed 2 games at that time... moreHi, have downloaded Meon Lite (looks like a good game, and free too!) but couldn't locate any game resembling "Big Rabbitt" or similar in name as you kindly suggested. Nonetheless I tried a soft reset but Gyrator2 is still is not working.
Also, has anyone elso had problems with the audio manager? I still have lag/lock-up when opening the music player despite having encoded all my ringtones in AAC format so the music player doesn't pick them up... I'm opening a folder containing 467 128kbps mp3s which are all correctly tagged and contain artwork. Any suggestions as to what I can do to resolve this? Btw, many thanks for everyone's kind assistance to date.
hi Anthony, i read all your posts and i have to admit that you have helped me to understand this device more than HTC's official website.
in anyways, i have an important question.
i live in USA and my cousin is buying me an HTC HD2 as a birthday present but he lives in Iran and want to send me the phone by DHL.
but i got confused whether the phone will work in USA or not.
thx in advance.
Mark, 08 Dec 2009Has anyone had a problem using the Gyrator program referred to on page 12 of the GSMArena revi... morehttp://www.microsoft.com/downl...splaylang=en
this is the .net 3.5 you need. just install it on your pc when your phone is connected in sync mode.
High Tech, 08 Dec 2009Well after having the HD2 for awhile now, I must say it is one of the best phones on the marke... moreHigh Tech.. you most of mist where I said it before.... I changed my rom to a newer one that was posted in December and the pink is gone from my camera.
Well after having the HD2 for awhile now, I must say it is one of the best phones on the market today (Also the Omina2). After using it I LOVE the HD2. It has everything I need in a phone and more. When the pink issue is fixed it would be the BEST phone on the market (Tied w/the Omnia 2). I realy don't see a need to update to another phone for awhile if any. The HD2 will get the WM7 update in 2010, so no need to get another phone. The phone is very fast and fluid to use. WM allows you to config the phone the way YOU want to fit your needs. And for people trying to say this phone is not an iPhone killer you're mistaken. This phone is way, way better than the iphone, by far. This phone was made for the business pro with multimedia use as well. The all in one PHONE....... I read alot of post about what this phone doen't have. NO phone will have everything you want in a phone. If it did you would spend like $2000 for a phone. You need to phone that best meets your needs. If the phones fits your needs you have the perfect phone for you........................................
pion, 08 Dec 2009Well, well, nobody answered my questions regarding a comparison between Omnia2 and HD2. Nobo... moreI have both phones. Both are GREAT phones. The omnia 2 has some features the HD2 doesn't and vise versa. You can do comparison of the phones side by side. You cannot go wrong with anyone of them............