I was trying to set my wifi security on my htc 3d and it went off so when I turns it back on it is showing me a emergency call screen and asking for a password and I have never use a password on this phone before. What must I do now because it is not letting me any more and keep asking for a password which I have never use a password before.
Aj, 04 Feb 2012Google=Glitch!!!I love android but it will never be safe:(Download "Iris" on your Android phone and ask it what the word "Glitch" means. :)
Yeah...WiFi security issue fix....and now come the other issue,power saver notification keeps on popping out everytime my batt is low,even thought I have disabled it.......it is very ANNOYING!! and now my phone is consuming more batt than ever after the update for I don't know what reason........ -HTC SENSATION
It lists the Desire HD, but not the Inspire?
Interesting considering they are like devices.
Anonymous, 03 Feb 2012these news reduce htc's customers.The same way in which apple users were reduced when it was found out that iPhone's were sending out location information about it's handsets unbeknown to it's users
If you are wondering if any of your apps have access to this you can check by going to Settings - Applications - Manage Apps - Downloaded - Permissions (Down the bottom of the page.)
Just in case you weren't aware.
Relax dudes!! Do you have at least on application which requires ACCESS_WIFI_STATE permission!?!
is the htc flyer included if not is anu one having any problems on it ,looks like i am and have reported it to htc. if you are please report it to htc.
lol i bought my mother a Wildfire S, and oneday just connected to someone else's Wifi although they had a security code. My phone somehow recognized it as the same device. :)
I don't care about stored passwords for WiFi routers I have accessed and remembered.
Lucky, 03 Feb 2012Good thing my incredible S isn't in the list XDI'm afraid your phone is on the list, Droid Incredible is the HTC Incredible S, good luck with you update! My HTC EVO 3D already update by itself.
Stunned, 03 Feb 2012What exactly does apps having access to all Wi-Fi passwords mean ? email, IMs, social networks... moreJust the password of the wifi connection profile. Not a very big deal. Corporate users should careful but installing random apps will pose other bigger risks anyway...
Lucky, 03 Feb 2012Good thing my incredible S isn't in the list XDMy HTC EVO 4G is neither on the list, we have nothing to worry all about.