Sally, 23 Sep 2010Hello everyone, i have my HTC HD2 for like 10 months now, i love it and it works all good but ... moresounds like you have no free space on internal memory for the OS to make swap files. can you get to settings to see how much free space you have on the internal memory?
Hello everyone, i have my HTC HD2 for like 10 months now, i love it and it works all good but lately a problem come up and its bothering me, the screen got all freez and i cant open or use anything, only keyboard on/off keys are working which is not useful, i tried turning off the device and moving the battery but it didnt work as well, anyone can help me fixing this??? plsssss
High Tech, 23 Sep 2010Found some info on the HD3/HD7.. Some report "
The HD7 is known to depend on a 4.3-inch,... moreWith these specs for the HD3/HD7??? I'll keep my HD2 longer... Will load the new Android Sense HD on it when it's ready...
My new phone has to have the following:
1.) Bigger screen (4.5). If not 4.3 will do..
2.) More storage 1GB+ RAM/ROM with 8GB built in..
3.) Speed 1.5+
4.) Built in 16/32GB (WP7)
6.) SRS Sound
7.) 8+ Camera
8.) HD (720P).. Would like 1080P Movie recording and viewing)
9.) SD Card (prefer the new SD Card with more storage capcity)..
Until then my HD2 will do just fine.... Hopefully a phone with these specs will be out in 2011?????
Found some info on the HD3/HD7.. Some report "
The HD7 is known to depend on a 4.3-inch, 800x480 LCD, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 8GB of built-in storage with no card slot. A five-megapixel camera with LED flashes and 720p video recording should also be instrumental to the design". If these specs are true.. The phone will be a flop.... I don't see much different from the HD2.. I would keep the HD2 over buying the HD3/HD7..... HTC had a year, and came up with this phone????
DAN, 22 Sep 2010 i have the htchd2 for about 3 months now i like the phone get on well with it but this aftern... moreO crap I hope that is not what I think it is.
go into your back light settings and take off auto. slide the brightness for battery power up and down and see if screen brightness changes or nothing happens. if nothing happens I know exactly what you problem is, and how to fix it. but let me tell you its not going to be easy if it is what I think it is.
a next way to know if it is the problem I'm thinking of is to call some one and if the phone auto switch to speaker phone when they pick up. you do have the problem I am thinking of. let me know soon and I'll see if I can help you.
i have the htchd2 for about 3 months now i like the phone get on well with it but this afternoon took phone out of my pocket and went to send a message but it was on all these different things and now everytime i send message or on the internet the screen is on its side but wont flip back its really annoying i have done a system clear to put it back to factory settings but nothing has changed any idears??
High Tech, 22 Sep 2010An HTC rep called me this morning and said my phone has passed final system test, and was ship... morehold on???
When you get it back if it is working, sell it fast. As far as I know all the keys at the bottom of the screen are linked with 1 ribbon wire. So I don’t understand I you can change part and not the entire thing. Ether the rep read the report wrong or a wack-job was done.
Take a look at this
Look it up your self. Use google to find a youtube video on “who to disassemble a HTC HD2”
An HTC rep called me this morning and said my phone has passed final system test, and was shipped to me today... Said I should have it this Friday, and gave me a tracking number... This time I was told they replaced some buttons (all but the nav and power off buttons)... I asked about the power off button not being changed, because the phone will not shut off... The rep said the power off button was fine... We shall see when I get the phone Friday..... If not fixed will go right back............... Hopeing the phone is FIXED this time..................
Adam Conolly, 22 Sep 2010Hi Anthony.
I tried the first step again ie picking London and restarting and it worked. Appa... moreYou’re welcome.
But there are some things you need to know.
1. Setting the world clock is in the user manual. What you must have read is the quick start guide that comes in the box. The user manual has to be downloaded from the HTC site and is a .pdf 310 pages long.
2. Now that you are on the correct GMT by setting the clock to London, you may what to go back in and set the clock to “My location” and restart the phone and see if it keeps the correct GMT. Leaving it on London is fine if you never leave London or don’t have a data plan. But if do for both, then by setting the clock to “my location” if you went to e.g. Manchester the location on the home screen would say that and show the weather for there. That location auto switching only works if you have the clock set to “my location.”
3. if you never went to the HTC UK site you should know that there are hot fix files and maybe even a ROM update for you phone there.
Anthony, 22 Sep 2010Ok if you did set the time to London and the GMT still did not change then you are going to ha... moreHi Anthony.
I tried the first step again ie picking London and restarting and it worked. Apparently when I did it the first time the green dot wasnt on it.
Once a again thanks a million for your help. I think HTC should employ you to tap your knowledge / expertise.
john qatar , 21 Sep 2010Hi to all ......... Can someone tell me abt the HTC HD2 , coz i want to buy this phone .... moreThis htc hd2 really sucks dont buy it by any chance it get freeze every time whenever it memory reaches upto 8gb.my 3gs is better than my htc hd2.if u want to buy go ahead and buy a new iphone 4 its the best phone and the new iphone 4 released doesnt have any antenna issue so go buy it an have fun
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2010hi.
1. I am in london
2. The time is presently set at GMT+1
3. I just added london to the l... moreOk if you did set the time to London and the GMT still did not change then you are going to have to set it manually. But first pick “my location” as your default clock in the World clock menu.
Steps to set GMT manually...
Go to Settings>menu>All settings>Clock & Alarms> pick the GMT you want for the “Home” clock
Note: VERY IMPORTANT you need to look at the GMT a few times after you set it (e.g. when you go online or when you restart the phone.) To see if it auto switched back to +1 GMT. This problem does happen for a small % of people where the GPS in the phone tells the auto time sync to use the wrong GMT for your location. If this is happen to you as well, you will have to turn off both internet & provider time synchronization. I will go in to that only if you are having the problem where the time zone keeps going back to the wrong GMT.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2010hi. 1. I am in london 2. The time is presently set at GMT+1 3. I just added london to the l... morewhen you added london did you pick it so the green dot would be on it to make it active; then restart?
Anthony, 21 Sep 2010I can help you with this because I needed to force my HD2 to use a next GMT that didn’t have d... morehi.
1. I am in london
2. The time is presently set at GMT+1
3. I just added london to the list and restarted but there was no change.
Sold my HD2 for $500. I think it's very good price for my 7 months old phone. Retail price is $700 plus as its not official here unless you buy from other country. It was really a hard decision as I fell in love with hd2 lately after all those tweaks & custom rom. I'm missing it now. Currently I'm using my old sony ericsson M600……no where near to hd2. Anyway got the money & doing research on what to buy next. I'm considering blackberry this time……..otherwise iphone4 if I decide to buy touch screen. Big thanks for all the help & support you guys have given me…..esp Anthony. Chao!
john qatar , 21 Sep 2010Hi to all .........
Can someone tell me abt the HTC HD2 , coz i want to buy this phone .... moreyes It's a good phone.
question is, is it a good phone for you?
and no one can answer that because you didn't say what you want to use it for.