Rhea, 10 Dec 2011confused about htc salsa and htc desire,which one 2buy?? Plzz help!! Can we upgrade htc desi... morego for the htc desire, dont bother with the 2.3.3 upgrade, it takes a lot of hassle and really doesnt do a lot
AnonD-33019, 05 Dec 2011can some one tell hw long the battery life is !!!!!!!1Hi Reshi, i have an HTC Desire and mine easily lasts a day on normal use
hi everyone.i have the htc desire with android version 2.3.3 and it's wonderful with the bravo hboot.but it becomes slowly alil bit.but it has more option than the 2.2 version...i advise u to try it .(rcmix s v2.0 a2sd+bravo hboot)
This is a fantastic phone, it only has a 5 megapixel camera but still captures some stunning photos in good lighting, it suffers a lot in bad light, but i guess that is a problem for most phones. In terms of performance this phone is fast, the 1 ghz processor is super slick even with just a single core, it plays most games on the android market, even the ones with 3d graphics. The design is really nice and good to hold, he screen is bright and doesnt suffer too badly in direct sunlight. In terms of the new 2.3.3 upgrade that has been released on www.htcdev.com, it is a lot of hassle for not a lot of result, it takes a long time and a lot of effort and knowledge, just a warning, it does not have the new HTC sense therefore it does not look like the wildfire s or desire hd, the only changes i have noticed are that it is very slightly faster and it has an option to fastboot the phone, this is useful but i dont think it is worth all the hassle. Overall the phone itself is fantastic but i dont recommend bothering with the 2.3.3 upgrade.
The saviour, 12 Dec 2011Free up your HTC desire Rom without rooting http://androidforums.com/incredible-tips-tricks/16... morejust saying connecting.... and does nothing !? Asks nothing does nothing. I have 2.2 with usb debugging enabled. Now what ?
Hi HTC fans! Did anyone try to install the newest online system software update. I have a 2.2 version and recently got the update notification. What is all about? What is actually new?
noor, 11 Dec 2011you need to do a hard reset on the handset that is If you cannot turn on your phone or acce... moreI followed you advice but i cant acces the factory reset option it's still black screen. i put the phone on charger the light flases but the phone won't turn on still any other solution...?
Hi guys, I want to upgrade my desire to GB but I want a version that supports Arabic language... can anybody help me in this issue?
AnonD-33315, 12 Dec 2011How u update? What procedure? Pls let me know ...thanks...Search "update HTC Desire to 2.3" or "update HTC Desire to Gingerbread" and you will get a lot of options. Watch the videos from youtube to see in detail. It is fairly easy.
I hv 2.3.3 official update on my HTC can we officialy update it to 2.3.4
Free up your HTC desire Rom without rooting http://androidforums.com/incredible-tips-tricks/163826-tool-move-any-app-sd-no-root-required-froyo-only.html
I now have 50mb of Rom left after installing 15 games, whatsapp, dolphin browser,Olive premium office, app backup, sms backup, other 8 or 10 miscellaneous apps. Total app count 200 including HTC crapware (no choice) Please note, FROYO only.
Jas11, 12 Dec 2011just updated my Desire to GB and it has become so much Better!!!How u update? What procedure? Pls let me know ...thanks...
Don't be retharded, people! This is a very good phone. First of all, before you speak, you should search a little on Google to see how can you make a smartphone be faster and to make it's battery last longer!
If you would not keep the wifi, bluetooth, active sync always open and the display on 100% brightness, you should see a better battery right from that moment!
And if you would not be so lazy to search a bit for "how to flash a custom ROM on my Desire" you should see how easy is to make your phone a really good one!
I flashed and tried all the custom roms for this phone.
I will remain at MIUI XJ ROM from xda developers because it's fastest rom for this phone. It's based on cyanogenmod, has no lags like sense roms, has good battery life (mine lasts 1 day with 3g activated), it's light with ram and i have 1GB for installing apps.
lolz, 11 Dec 2011You can root it and you can update it to 2.3.4, which is the latest version. thank you.
DK4, 10 Dec 2011My htc desire turrned off and it wont turn on again,battery is full but still... PLS HELPyou need to do a hard reset on the handset that is
If you cannot turn on your phone or access the phone settings, you can still perform a factory reset by using the buttons on the phone.
With the phone turned off, press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button, and then briefly press the POWER button.
Wait for the screen with the 3 Android images to appear, and then release the VOLUME DOWN button.
Press VOLUME DOWN to select CLEAR STORAGE, and then press POWER.
When asked to confirm, press VOLUME UP.
confused about htc salsa and htc desire,which one 2buy??
Can we upgrade htc desire to OS2.3 oficially??
this is my first Android phone and I do like it a lot. It's obviously not the best out there but it works perfectly for me - I love the little trackpad, perfect for correcting errors in typing or putting your cursor in a specific spot without tapping the screen twenty times. I also love the tactile home, menu, back, search - but it could be just because I have fat fingers and tap the wrong places sometimes.
I have had problems with the phone - I actually had to replace my original one because of a sensor issue: During normal in-call operation, the screen turns off when it's at your ear to prevent accidental taps and then turns back on when you bring it down in front of you - my sensor stopped working so I wasn't able to hang up without pulling the battery. Also, it has very little internal memory and a lot of stock applications that are set to auto-update, therefore space runs out VERY quickly. I fixed this by uninstalling all updates to programs I don't use and unchecking the auto-update box in the market. Obviously you could eliminate this problem by rooting it, but I didn't want to go that route.
Overall I really like the phone - it's been a wonderful little device. Hope this helps someone :-)