hi guys i perchase htc one vx this phone not conect the wifi and not show any network of wifi please guide me if any one know this poblm soltuion
for those who want to change network modes,go to dialer and dial *#*#4636#*#* . then go to phone info and select your choice.
i purchase htc one vx 2 weaks ago. the phone has a problem that it does not show available connection on wifi.please tell me how i solve it?
pls help. how can i change from 4g to 3g or 2g?. i got this phone 2weeks ago and the google play has never been accessible it keep writing connection failed, but every other browser work perfectly.
HTC one vx has micro sim, upgradable to jelly bean and it non removable battery not mini sim ,club sandwich and removable thanks.
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2013Yes there is now jelly bean available yeah there is a official rom of jellybean for HTC One VX.Go to www.htc.com/us/ to download the RUU.but this update is only for HTC One VX AT&T model.
This is the 2nd time posting as the previous courteous note for specs correction was ignored.
SIM card size is micro, not mini as listed.
Battery is non-removable.
Raj, 29 Jul 2013is it upgradable to jelly bean or not ?Yes there is now jelly bean available
I have had this for a month and I am impressed by the battery life. I can pretty much use it all day and up to bedtime and the battery percentage is at around 30-40% when I put it on the charger for the nite. The operating system is very smooth and I have not had it crash on me yet. I had the Galaxy S2 and the battery was terrible and it froze up all the time.
Takes great pictures and video. In fact you can snap pictures while you are shooting video.
It has a great app built in called "car" which features large buttons to access navigation, tune in radio etc.
This is a really good, responsive and beautiful handset with no lags, no WiFi, etc. issues and has a really good camera for 5mp with a moderate battery life.
What I didn't like though, is its slippery aluminum back and non-removable battery. The power button is just slightly annoying to press, you don't feel if it actually is pressed or not.