I am not lone read this android.modaco.com/content/htc-desire-desire-modaco-com/315608/data-connection-dropping-randomly/
hi all, 13 Sep 2010Could it be a unit specific problem? Or is it that your service provider's network doesn't wor... moreYoutube usually works fine even for me because yotube-videos are so short, but Spotify and LastFM has this problem, and when I am browsing on the Internet my connection often diappears, but reapperas again a minute later, even though I have perfect connection indication. The problem is that my Desire can not scan and find all available networks in my area, it seems to default only to my providers own and never indicates my providers "secondary" network even though that secondary network has a much better connection/strength where I live. Every other phone easily finds this secondary, better, network and Galaxy S has no connection problems at all (but a lot of other problems).
I like Desire and it would be the best phone for me if it were not for this fatal connection-problem.
hi all, 13 Sep 2010Could it be a unit specific problem? Or is it that your service provider's network doesn't wor... moreMy service provider, Telenor in sweden, has 2 networks, its own "Telenor" and a better one together with some other provider "Sweden". Every other phone I have used can find "Sweden" but the software provided with HTC Desire only lets me find the much worse but my providers own "Telenor"-network. Google this problem, not only 3G but wifi also and not only my provider, and you see that it is not only I who have this problem with HTC Desire connection-software.
Can I install any Android version on my slcd desire that HTC has not been providing any connection-software? The OTA-update with Froyo has this problem so I downgraded using this metod on my slcd forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=768256 and then installed a prerooted version that can be found here forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=773997
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2010Hi,
I've never used an HTC phone before, and would like to know whether I can just drag &... moreYou can just drag and drop any files from your computer directly. You do not require a special software for it.
As for your second question, some of the apps are not froyo-ready yet, because the developers have yet to rewrite them. However, a lot of the "big" apps like google maps etc, are already froyo-ready, and can be installed into the SD card directly.
It is just a matter of time when all the apps will be able to be installed into SD card.
Can anyone suggest me a phone with the best reception??i have network issues in my locality..Plz help!
I've never used an HTC phone before, and would like to know whether I can just drag & drop any compatible applications, or do I need to synchronize it via a software like iTunes for the iPhone.
Also, can we choose where to install the Apps? whether in the microSD card or internal storage?
kiyu, 12 Sep 2010I'm still thinking if I should get this phone or not (I've read reviews here but I'm still con... moreHe was talking about 3G, not wifi. Anyway, I have not face that problem before, so I guess it could be a unit-specific problem.
Yes, you can use MP3 as ringtones. You just need to drag the music file into your SD card, following these steps.
For ringtone: media->audio->ringtones
For notification: media/audio/notifications
If you do not have any of these folders, just create them yourself.
After that, go back to your phone's sound & display setting, then you can find the MP3 file you put into the SD card.
TC, 12 Sep 2010Galaxy S is "lagging" a lot (and the latest beta Froyo firmware I9000XXJPC is laggin... moreCould it be a unit specific problem? Or is it that your service provider's network doesn't work very well? So far I haven't face any similar problem. I can watch videos on youtube(app and flash) and haven't got any similar problems you describe. Maybe you should contact your service provider, if not go to HTC servicing centre and check it out.
xperia x10 with 2.1 would be better device than desires 2.2 and samsung galaxy S
I'm still thinking if I should get this phone or not (I've read reviews here but I'm still contemplating if ever I get this phone or not...).
One of my questions is that: does this phone have any problem with browsing the internet or connecting to the radio? I've read one review that the person's wifi connection disconnects and reconnects once in a while. Also, this phone cannont use MP3 music as ringtones? (does say in the 'specifications' but I just wanted to make sure).
And if there's other obvious flaws I should know, please let me know.
Seamon, 12 Sep 2010hi,
what problem are you facing in Samsung Galaxy S. I am planning to purchase it that's wh... moreGalaxy S is "lagging" a lot (and the latest beta Froyo firmware I9000XXJPC is lagging extremly much and is very far from an funktional official release), the gps sucks, the FM-radio is only mono, the screen resolution is pixelated because the real resolution is actually smaller than 480x800 because some colour-pixels are bigger, and on a this big screen that is a real problem, the colours are clearly fake and looks more like a cartoon than real and not only black is black but a lot of other dark colours become black.
But the connection-problem with Desire is definetly a worse problem. Desire has 2.2 but the constant disconnecting and reconnecting to the 3G network makes it almost pointless to be able to play flash 10.1 so the 2.1 on Galaxy S is better than 2.2 on Desire because it is a real extreme pain to try to listen to streaming musik, using Spotify or LastFM, or watch streaming video with its constant start and stops...
TC, 12 Sep 2010I have found a big, fatal, problem with Desire, it is unable to keep a stable 3G-connection wh... morehi,
what problem are you facing in Samsung Galaxy S. I am planning to purchase it that's why asking u.
does the touch screen on the desire suit frequent emailing and is the GPS function any good and voice guided?
SS, 12 Sep 2010Touch phones without keyboards are more popular. However, they did bring out a lot of keyboard... moreHummm, so it is not a tendency in the market to go with just touchscreens instead of phones with a keyboard. I thought for once that Steve Jobs was right on his idea that a phone didnt need a physical keyboard. But I guess he will continue being wrong and that touchscreen phones will be just for teenagers or people in their early twenties that just use their phones for playing games. Working people will still need real keyboards...
I have found a big, fatal, problem with Desire, it is unable to keep a stable 3G-connection while listening to Spotify or LastFM it disconnects and reconnects every few minutes making listen to streaming musik a real pain. This is a very BIG problem for me since I love listening to streamed musik. This is also a problem when surfing the web because it disconnects and reconnects to often that it is becoming anoying when the browser can not find the webpage, but after reloding a minute later the connection is back and the webpage can be found. I am not alone with this problem and it has been known for several months but HTC has not done anyting to fix it, and the Froyo-update did not fix it.
Galaxy S has a lot of problems but I hope they will be fixed with its update to Froyo, but this connection-problem on Desire is a fatal problem that forces me to go back to my "old" crappy Galaxy S and wait for Froyo.
Herman the german, 11 Sep 2010I am seeing that most of the new HTC's dont come with a keyboard. Is this a tendency?Touch phones without keyboards are more popular. However, they did bring out a lot of keyboard models for WM. The expected new models HTC Desire Z (Vision) and HTC Paradise are coming with physical keyboards.