Saubhagya, 18 Jun 2014My problem is not of detection of card.. But the problem is that i am unable to copy data from... moreTry a factory reset. It must solve the issue. As I know m8 has no such issues and it must be some internal setting or broken code or bug doing this.
Warning: backup your important data( especially contacts and other sensitive information) before factory reset.
If even that doesn't work, format the card using the phone( backup your data in the card first). This should solve the issue.
If both fail, go to a service centre or wait for the next update.
Have a nice day
Saubhagya, 18 Jun 2014My problem is not of detection of card.. But the problem is that i am unable to copy data from... moreOf course, we can do nothing regarding this and this is not only happening to HTC phones. Some of my friends who using Galaxy S4 and Note 3 also facing the similar problem. Just wait until Google solve the problem with their next update. I think Google need to force Android phone manufacturers to design their phones without an SD card. If this issue remains unchanged, future Android devices won't come with an SD card slot.
Anyway, I hate SD cards; my previous HTC M7 was very convenient to use without an SD card.
Techno J, 18 Jun 2014After installing the Astro File Manager, does it appear the SD card named as ext_sd? If not, r... moreMy problem is not of detection of card.. But the problem is that i am unable to copy data from internal sd card to ext sd card it always says unable to copy.
Ext sd card is visible and usable but i cannot move/copy data from internal sd to ext sd.
Ive tried all methods..... But no solution.
This is restriction of Kit kat.....
This is making me crazy....... Hell.... Yaaaaaa...
Hi my front camera one htc m8 became blurry after 2 weeks with dust inside. Im wondering how do I clean this, very disappointed htc has not looked into this. Strange for such a premium phone. I used it so much careful with spigen back cover and I wipe it every 1 hour.
Sahil khandelwal, 18 Jun 2014Hi all,my m8 is a month old and is developing scratches on its rear camera lens (4MP). I alwa... moreMany people on XDA have this problem. There is no way to solve this except return this and get your money back.
Hi all,my m8 is a month old and is developing scratches on its rear camera lens (4MP).
I always kept my m8 in good case,still got it scratched.
Please find a solution to it,as pictures started getting blurred..
Saubhagya, 17 Jun 2014Thanks for your reply. But i tried uaing astro file manager.. But still unable to copy. Pl... moreAfter installing the Astro File Manager, does it appear the SD card named as ext_sd? If not, restart the phone. I recommend you to reinstall the Astro File Manager and restart the phone. Surely, this time it will work.
Iíve been using the HTC One (M8) for a couple of months now, having got it at launch, and am still finding more and more to love about it. Iíll go through a few of the main featuresÖ
Sense 6.0 is awesome Ė I love the new-look BlinkFeed, SenseTV, and how you can now select themes. Before the M8, Iíd used the original One for a year so was already used to many of these features, but I was pleased to hear that HTC had improved these further. I would like to be able to have the ability to change themes a little more and create my own Ė maybe this will be included in an update in the future. The whole software experience is very smooth and runs extremely quickly Ė I thought the original One was fast, this is a lot faster.
Though on paper the camera looks to be the same as the original HTC One, itís not. Itís been improved massively and the colour dynamics you get from the images taken is exceptional. Sure, it doesnít have a crazy high number of megapixels, but Iíve not missed that. I can take great photos in low light, plus use really cool effects. The UFocus effect, for example, makes all my friends jealous Ė they wish they could do the same. The features such as 360 Panorama are pretty cool too, and quite simple to pick up.
Is there a better looking smartphone? Iíve not seen one yet. The metallic feel and structure of the device makes you know youíre holding a premium phone. When paying a premium price for a product you should get a premium phone Ė thatís what you get here.
I really love how HTC have thought about the sound quality from their phones. They realised how itís silly to have the speaker on the back, plus added an extra speaker to make it louder and clearer. Though itís still a long way to being excellent Ė this is a phone, and itís great for portable music.
The DotView Case
Iíve also used the DotView case Ė itís great fun, and Iím hoping updates come to improve it further. Itís great to have a functional case which looks good and protects the device Ė fantastic idea.
I really love my phone. It does everything I need and more. If youíre looking for a premium device then I donít think anything else currently on the market will beat it.
I bought this phone n i was sooo happy , after a week i got beaten up and mugged ...
Please anybody tell me how to trace my phone
Techno J, 17 Jun 2014You can't definitely move apps to the SD card on the KitKat version of Android. However, you c... moreThanks for your reply.
But i tried uaing astro file manager.. But still unable to copy.
Ive tried nearly all the file managers available on play store.
@K$#@+, 17 Jun 2014I am planning to buy (M8). can somebody help me know about it's camera quality. i doubt it's ... moreI can guarantee you that the camera is a beast.I have the phone and can send you some photos if u want to see for yourself.
lonewolf , 17 Jun 2014It's ultra pixels not MPUltrapixel is the name of technology. The camera is 4 mega pixel ultrapixel camera. They're just bigger pixels. Nothing more.
@K$#@+, 17 Jun 2014I am planning to buy (M8). can somebody help me know about it's camera quality. i doubt it's ... moredude the cam is actually good...its 4 megapixels nonetheless but the image results are very good....combined with lot of features , user controls , manual mode , and fun effects....this is a very good camera...its easily good enough for sharibg on tge web or showing the images on a 1080p or 2k display.....u wont notice it unless u heavily zoom in or crop a lot or blow the image on a poster....i dont hav any troubles with the camera...low light shooting is fantastic and indoor or party shots are the best......
There is a lot to say about the HTC One M8, but i will try to focus on new things, after few weeks with the 32GB dev edition, there is only conclusion: the M8 is my first Android since the Nexus One where simply there's nothing to fix, the devices works flawlessly, insanely speedy and virtually bugs free everywhere, I had habit to always root (like jailbreak) my Android device to fix the things that bothered me, for example I needed root in order to apply screen-on gestures as the power button was always annoying to reach/press or to boost the CPU in order to play games with no lag (unlike iPhones) but alas out of box HTC for the first time after seven Android flagships fixed all of these issues, gaming? incredibly smooth if you disable power saver (there is even a faster but hidden high performance mode) just try Asphalt 8 and you will instantly be impressed by the high definition ultra smooth and speedy graphics but also the incredible loudness and clarity of those speakers, the audio gets even better with earphones as well, the UI flaws like water as I have never used a screen so responsive to the touch (the phone is currently rated as the fastest ever in terms of latency) and then we have motion gestures which virtually eliminated any need for physical buttons. The camera enjoys a manual mode allowing you to control your shots, for example you can decouple focus from exposure and control shutter speed for the best still life shots coming from a phone and so I find myself with a Dev edition unit, unlocked bootloader out of box and no reason to root the OS!
There are few surprises when coming from the HTC One M7 last year, the numbers might fool you, while the new battery is only rated 300mah over the previous battery it can actually give you 2x the battery life of the M7, the previous phone used to drain a lot in standby, completely eliminated with the new One and itís new processor, my M8 lasts me between 24 and 48 hours, I never found myself running out of battery except one day where I spent all of it taking pictures: at around 8pm my phone finally crossed 10% in which it switched to extreme power saver, I kept using the phone for phone calls and SMS, once I arrived home at 1am it was still 10%! I have also measured 8 hours of screen-on time using the phone purely for wifi browsing with auto screen brightness and standard power saver. The fooling numbers continue with the 5Ē SLCD screen as well, despite having lesser PPI than the 4.7Ē M7 itís actually a significantly higher quality panel, the contrast, clarity and vibrancy of colors are a lot higher; itís just a joy; and the glass on top is almost completely transparent.
The camera is a little controversial as itís only 4MP but still improved over last year, mainly point & shoot exposure is fixed, color balance is perfected and the duo effects compensate for the lack of megapixels, the Ufocus feature (after shooting depth of field capability, similar to Lytro camera) is interesting, it captures over 5 levels of distance separation so you need to spend some time finding the sweet spot with the after focus, the latest HTC gallery update from the playstore brought control over the digital bokeh amount as well. The UltraPixel camera sensor has a pixel two times as big as any of the 13MP+ competitors, it captures a lot more detail in the shade and per pixel, which leads to excellent low light and indoor abilities, in fact in some scenes the camera can see better than your eyes once you use night or manual modes, regarding megapixels I have noticed that due to the high 1:1 pixel quality you can actually upscale photos to matches more smudgy results from 13MP phones (I did that with photoshop so I hope HTC will bring an update with upscaling option) equally important is the camera speed, the focus and shutter is instant, HDRs never suffer from ghosting and motion blur is almost nonexistent. I can write pages about this camera, but instead I will finish with key M8 camera tips:
1- Daylight: itís always better to rely on point and shoot auto focus, as the phone seems to measure exposure perfectly that way (unlike manually picking focus target which tends to over expose) for distant landscape shots switch to landscape mode for insured focus and increased detail
2- HDR: the inverse of the above tip for HDR, keep holding to lock focus to the brightest spot in the frame for incredibly balanced dynamic range.
3- Low light: reduce max ISO from 1600, as by default it can go as high as 3200! Which produces lower quality results, simply reduce the onscreen max ISO to 800 and you will enjoy the famous UltraPixel low light powers, compensate brightness with EV.
4- Manual mode: incredible photographic control like professional cameras so donít forget to check it out.
People portrait, closeups, indoor and low light is where this camera excels, limitless fun editing options form the HTC gallery adds even more value BUT if you value distant detail and zoom the most from your smartphone camera you might need to consider other options.
I will finish my review by talking about the design and build quality HTC One is most famous for, the looks of the new M8 instantly outdates the already highly regarded M7 before it, place the phone side by side an iPhone and you will be shocked at how thinner it is, the device is slender and elegant, made of one seamless piece of metal, it just screams quality especially the grey variant, while the device might sound big on paper itís actually incredibly ergonomic thanks to the rounded curved edges all around. The icing on the cake is actually the IR plastic patch on top, along with the reflective brushed metal edges it adds a cutting edge / futuristic feel to the whole thing. I am sure the design principals of this phone will be copied by all upcoming smartphones this year (like the G3 and iPhone 6). In fact it feels and looks so good that I have failed to find any cover which doesnít ruin this trait and this brings me to the negative: like any premium object, it must be treated with care if you want it to stay pristine, while all this metal can certainly absorb a lot of shock, itís certainly not shy to show them! The high quality paint and coating will quickly collect scratches unless you decide to take care of it. The slimness can also be slippery but once you get used to it in your hands it will grip better. I have used so many covers but eventually settled into using it naked with just a pouch for protection. Result: people canít stop looking at my phone!
Design, build quality, software, screen, sound and battery life are all areas this phone excels at, effortlessly, the much debated Camera will surprise you pleasantly as well in fact itís a unique camera, megapixels or not if you want an Android exceeding the iPhoneís quality, there is simply no other phone.