Hello friends, am from Nigeria, currently am using Nokia C7 and i want to use android phone as my 2nd phone. I want to buy a second-hand htc desire S, but i found only htc desire second-hand available. So am now contemplating buying it instead of desire s whch is not available, but my major concern about the desire is the small internal memory. Am a heavy phone user but maximum of 20 applications is enouf for me at a time. Pls guys after upgrading htc desire to android 2.3 can we still have enough space to take in 20 appls. Or not?, should i buy the desire or any other one? pls i need ur technical advises urgently. Tanks for ur replies in advance
vijendra, 10 Apr 2012I am using Desire from past one year and I am loving it with the root and presently running on... moreHi, vinjedra
Can you please tell me what ROM are you using that you have so much space for apps.
I am using Desire from past one year and I am loving it with the root and presently running on GB 2.3.6 and Sense 3.5 and having 1.5 GB internal memory and 30 GB external card and its amazing fast.. :)
This is THE BEST mobile I ever had! Now I have and a desire S but I still prefer my old desire for 1st phone.
Rick, 01 Apr 2012Hey guys, i have upgraded my desire to ginger bread but the problem is that now i do not have ... moreI to ran out of space when i upgraded as well, but for some strange reason when i did a factory reset, after some weird glych of an mms that would not go away, the reset seemed to have freed up a lot of space. Now i have more space than i had before the upgrade
Agree with the below comment...however, just need to add. Android ICS v 4.0 is available for this phone after root. Also, if you are a fan of HTC Sense, Android Gingerbread 3.2 is available with HTC sense v3.5. All this will give u heaploads of space for apps. SO FOLKS ROOT AWAY. This is still a great phone to have :)
Rick, 01 Apr 2012Hey guys, i have upgraded my desire to ginger bread but the problem is that now i do not have ... moreThere is an easy(ish) way to solve this
1. Root and unlock bootloader
2. Install CM7
3. Make an sd-ext partition (ROM Manager)
4. Install the app S2E and move your apps to it
Now you'll have up 512MB of extra space for apps :)
Hey guys, i have upgraded my desire to ginger bread but the problem is that now i do not have enough space left so i want to shift back to froyo 2.2. so please help me how can i do it. if possible please share some link of my use. thanks.
In this htc desire, its nice use but not enough inbuilt memory compare than samsung,,,,,,,,,
ITs the best phone i had so far!!i changed it recently for a Htc Sensation XE.
I will never trade my HTc for any I Phone!
The hardware is good.but the worst thing is the battery life..very poor battery. lasts for 2 hours max if u just spend some time with it...and internal memory is also crappy.what a disgrace !
I bought an HTC Desire second-hand from a guy who was short of cash! He really didn't want to sell. It is my first touch screen phone having come from a Nokia E71 that I've had for over 3 years. Now I've figured out how it all works, I like it. I can change batteres, put my own micro SD card with my choice of music, and the Bluetooth works well with everything. Apart from the rather ugly brown colour (which i've covered with a case),can't really find much wrong with it. It certainly is fast.
This phone is really great! this was one of my best mobile phones i had. but unfortunately i already sold my beloved desire for an iPhone 4. even though im on iphone 4 right now, cant help but miss my desire.. all the functionality and interactive widgets(which the ip4 doesnt have) of desire are the best!
Dont hesitate on buying HTC Desire, its blazing fast and its HTC Sense is really visually provocative... plus its Android OS! so you can do almost every tweak you want with your phone.
Hail HTC Desire!
rameezleon, 22 Mar 2012Can i change its os androide to windowshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh he wants windows hhhhhhh hé Linux is like a wigwam: No Gates, no Windows and an Apache inside.
rameezleon, 22 Mar 2012Can i change its os androide to windowsLoL is it too fast for you, or you're nostalgic of the blue splash screen?
Ah, no, right - you still want to install antivirus software, registry cleaner, internet security thingy...
Please help from audience - what else do people with windows need?