Anonymous, 26 Jan 2011That really is the beat rom, and I have tried most of them, it is very fast and stable and it ... more1482 quadrant-score with DATA2sd, and the browser is a lot faster than the one in HTC Desire original 2.2 rom.
Anonymous, 25 Jan 2011I now use this rom http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=818392 with D2EXT (version... moreThat really is the beat rom, and I have tried most of them, it is very fast and stable and it is Froyo 2.2.1 and the DATA2sd is very totally stable giving 1 Gb internal memory instead of only the original137 mb. I really recommend this rom because it makes HTC Desire into the best phone today, much better than IPhone4 and Galaxy S.
gms, 26 Jan 2011i want to knw tht does new desire cums with amoled or lcd screen nwdays?Samsung who produces the AMOLED has problem meeting the demands and cannot deliver sufficient parts to HTC and others as i write this. Therefore most Desire models ships out today with LCD screens.
i want to knw tht does new desire cums with amoled or lcd screen nwdays?
am planning to buy this smartphone and i heard lots of positive feedbacks. my only concern is, how is the picture & video quality of the desire after the 2.2 upgrade?
Hi there... I have prob offing my alarm... sometimes when I miss the snooze by accidentally touching the screen then later on I can't find any other way to off the alarm other than offing the whole phone... please advice.... thanks.
I now use this rom http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=818392 with D2EXT (version - Fat + Ext4 + Ext4 + Swap (fat+1GB+0.3GB+0.1GB)) I now have more than 800 mb internal memory (not the standard 147mb)
just got the desire, can anybody tell me if you can use one of your own songs as a txt msg alert? if so how. cheers
Angel, 19 Jan 2011Bought my HTC Desire at 20568 last saturday. The long wait is over. Very very very nice Phone.... moreFrom where you've buy the HTC Desire in 20568. I need an address.My email is email@example.com
uday, 24 Jan 2011Can someone say me that can we save the applications(third party applications i.e downloaded) ... more147MB internal memory for apps.
If you have Froyo then you can move some (not all - must be supported by developer) to the SD card (Only part of the app is moved some stays in internal memory)
If rooted then you can set up a partition on the card (Currently using 1Gb myself) which the phone sees as internal memory and so apps install here automatically (it's called A2SD+)
Or there is Data2SD but this is too unstable at the moment and only really in beta/RC stage of development and for more advanced Android users.
As the queer Justin Timberlake would say, Im loving it!
Crap as standard, but broken, its good..........
Can someone say me that can we save the applications(third party applications i.e downloaded) in the memory card like in nokia's symbian or it is restricted to the phone memory like in samsung. reply me please........
It is said that people donot use the smartphoes the way they should be. What are the advantages of a smartphone like the Desire? How should it be used to the maximum?
cooza, 22 Jan 2011so are you saying that a factory unlocked phone should last longer (battery life) than a servi... moreIt could, depends on what crap the carrier installs and if you have carrier specific software running all the time.
htc guy, 22 Jan 2011i m currently running 2.1 on gsm version of desire
any body help me simple and easiest method... moreIt's easy, here's a high level summary
1. Root phone with UnRevocked3
2. Install Titanium BackUp
3. Run above app and back up apps and app data
4. Boot phone into recovery and take a nandroid backkup
5. Install Rom Manager
6. Using Rom Manager select a Rom to download (like Defrost)
7. Use Rom Manager to flash new rom
8. Use Titanium backup to restore apps and data
Warning first reboot will take a long time, could be 20 minutes or more, whilst the phone rebuilds the dalvick cache.
Steer clear of flashing radios to start with, thats where you can brick the phone if you get it wrong.
Read the threads on Androidforums to get a full step by step guide.
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2011People have to remember that this is a SMARTPHONE. There is always lots going on (unless you'v... moreso are you saying that a factory unlocked phone should last longer (battery life) than a service provider locked phone?