ned, 21 Jun 2016I bought HTC desire 626 about 6 months ago and I installed only 4 apps, but now there is a mes... moreDid you try to clear the data of your apps in the settings before you uninstalled them? That's what I do and I think it works.
Ive had 2 htc desire 626s in the lat month and both of them have just randomly shit out on me.
Both times, i was just on the phones and they just turned off only to never turn back on or take any charge.
ned, 21 Jun 2016I bought HTC desire 626 about 6 months ago and I installed only 4 apps, but now there is a mes... moreTry disabling apps that u don't need and u can save slot of space by getting rid of the facebook app and just use chrome keep messenger then see if you can move your apps to the SD card
AnonD-218615, 16 Jun 2016Is the charger "hot" when you unplug it? I find that my charger provides 30%-35% charge per ho... moreI have the HTC desire 626s and the charger gets hot VERY QUICKLY so it effects the charger easily.
I found this phone in Target on clearance for $64.99, is it worth it?
I bought HTC desire 626 about 6 months ago and I installed only 4 apps, but now there is a message : insufficient storage....72.5 GB / 8.00 GB
i deleted all 4 apps but storage is same as before : 72.5/8.00
I really don,t know which part of my cellphone consume this much space and how can i solve the issue.
would you plz help me? I would be appreciated.
noHTC, 27 May 2016This is the worst cell phone I ever had. I reboots 5 -6 times during the day. HTC keep blaming... moreHtc is one of the best cell maker's out there they will solve any prob anyone might have with them i got a lg i just got and im already going to buy me another htc! They take care of there people unlike all the other company's
I have the Marshmallow 6.0.1 update for about a week now. I have the Boost variant with the 1.5 GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 210 processor. I find that the phone overall is much quicker and more responsive. The added animations make it a nicer experience as well.
The lag I was experiencing with the 5.1 OS has disappeared except on my I-Heart app, but even that one is a bit faster. I did get some more bloat ware I really do not intend to use like the Kids App, so I am left with about 2.0 GB of ROM as opposed to the 2.2 GB prior to the Marshmallow update. I chose to disable some of these new apps I will not use.
The "Do not Disturb" enhancements are very welcome. I can set up rules and multiple times (and days) to have the phone automatically silent or vibrate. In the past, I was confined to one time slot on one to seven days only. I will continue to update as I use the 626s more.
Is the charger "hot" when you unplug it? I find that my charger provides 30%-35% charge per hour, so it takes about three hours for a full charge when the battery is at 0%. I have things turned off like the GPS, Wi-Fi, 4G, and some apps that I do not use.
The Htc 626s is a good looking phone but if everyone is comparing to lgk7 my opinion is thay the k7 is the better performer. The storage capcity is the same but the manuf.bloatware and the ability to altogether uninstall apps makes the Lg the better. Lg has the knock on and the screen shot feature in the app tray. It is louder with good call quality. Speaker phone is strong. Htc just looks impressive with the 2 speaker grill. I am down to 1.5gb of storage with same apps in lg 2.36gb. I think those who dont use apps will be impressed with this htc and dont care about speaker and overall level of volume. Lg is hands down the better! Really like htc but this one is a dud! Htc you can do way better! Several other phones out there cost less and 10xs better. Zte zmax 2 and even the lg phoenix 2. Both are under $80 and have 16gb storage 2gb ram and can be unlocked by att free of charge.
I just received my OTA update to Marshmallow, got the 6.0.1 version and so far it is more fluid. I will do a comprehensive review and update here. I have the Boost Mobile variant with 1.5 GB od RAM and the Snapdragon 210 processor. I added am 8 GB SD Card where I should be able to move some more of my apps to. I will advise.
AnonD-537487, 15 May 2016Anyone knows if HTC Desire 626S will get marshmallow update?I have the HTC Desire for almost a week. The storage is amazing, and you can expand it to 200 GB of storage. The camera is good, but something I don't like about the phone is the charging. I was up from 1 am to 4:30 am starting from 7% to 72%. Other than that, the phone is really good. The phone runs on 5.1 Android, (lollipop). The phone also has really good security. I give this phone a 4.6/5 stars
Boost (and Virgin Mobile) announced an OTA update to Marshmallow 6.0 on the 626s. Should have it in two or three weeks or so here in Central NJ.
This is the worst cell phone I ever had. I reboots 5 -6 times during the day. HTC keep blaming any application I could install on the phone but it is not the case. I followed the instructions they have to re-install the newest firmware, I did not installed any new app and still doing the same. HTC want me to send the phone back to them to get it fixed but it could take days. I will never recommend any HTC phone to anyone
I have the 626s for about five months now and I note the following:
1. The Boost Variant got an upgrade to the HTC Sense (7.0) where there is a few more options that there were prior to the update.
2. The 720 x 1280 display is good, but it is a battery drain when the screen is on for long periods of time.
3. The supplied ringtones are not that loud. I DL some off Zedge and it is a bit better.
4. The earpiece volume is good, especially on a "HD" call.
5. The earphone jack is sensitive, if you move the plug the audio is muted.
Ty Weeze, 22 Apr 2016Thinking about buying this phone today. I have the Desire 510 and I love it but I need to fix ... moreMy wife's had it for almost a year with no "reboot" issues, ever. She plays games on it, texts, regulars calls, MMS, etc. and never had any issues with it. It's the one she has now and her only complaint is the battery dies faster than she likes, but she keeps Wi-Fi and other crap on constantly and these things drain the battery. Otherwise, she loves it, for the record. Just my two cents worth. :-)
AnonD-533377, 03 May 2016I just upgraded through Metro PCS from an LG K7, and so far I absolutely love my HTC.I haven't... moreActually,the LG K7 is a really good phone (kinda lame screen resolution, considering) that is not as bad as your making it out to be. Specs wise, depending, it's on par with the 626s, i.e. better cameras, UI system, etc. point being, it's not really an "upgrade" to go from a K7 to a 626s. For the record, I have a K7 and my wife has a 626s. We've both compared the two and think both have pros and cons, but depending on what you use it for, they are basically equal. Just my opinion, not that it matters. :-)