shubham yadav, 11 May 2014Ohh. I didn't know about that. Also I have come to know that kitkat doesn't give freedom to 3r... moreI,m using HTC M8 with Astro File manager....no problem at all. you can move files to SD card.
Techno J., 11 May 2014Unfortunately Android Kitkat version doen't allow you to move apps into the SD card. This is n... moreOhh. I didn't know about that. Also I have come to know that kitkat doesn't give freedom to 3rd party file browsers. And if I am correct, m8 doesnt have a built in file browser. So doesn't it give problems??? How do you cope with that?
I don't think moving apps to sd card is a problem. I have many apps on the sd card on my s4. And it is at 4.4.2. So it's the decision of htc to not allow people to do it. In one way it's good as many people buy cheap sd cards and put their apps in it and later blame it on the phone for not performing up to the mark.
I still am confused as I didn't get to interact with anyone owning exynos s5.
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rick.1, 10 May 2014Does the new HTC ONE M8 has an option to move apps to sd card??please answerUnfortunately Android Kitkat version doen't allow you to move apps into the SD card. This is not an issue of the M8, many phones which running Android Kitkat are having this problem.
I personally hate this SD Card. A 64 GB internal memory without SD card is more than sufficient to me.
Anonymous, 10 May 2014Anyone know if is possible to large menu,especially text messages on HTC One (M8)?Yes, you can choose to view texts in Large font, Huge font is also available. Go to Settings, Display..., Font Size. Enjoy!
rick.1, 10 May 2014Does the new HTC ONE M8 has an option to move apps to sd card??please answerKitkat does not support app transfer to sd card, and M8 is Kitkat, so no, it doesn't.
rick.1, 10 May 2014Does the new HTC ONE M8 has an option to move apps to sd card??please answerNo because of kitkat
Does the new HTC ONE M8 has an option to move apps to sd card??please answer
Anyone know if is possible to large menu,especially text messages on HTC One (M8)?
Sunnee, 09 May 2014I got an unlocked version M8 (32GB) from UK, & absolutely lovin it. I must say that this i... moreUK has no 32gb version yet, all I know is that us is the only 32 version ..go to play store download Cid getter and check your Cid
By far the best designed phone of 2014. The elegance and decency of this phone is inexpressible.
HTCM7owner, 10 May 2014I used M7 for 8 months by now.. its capable to snap pleasant photos & i enjoy looking at t... moreI have been using the M8 since two weeks. The camera of the M8 is good but not perfect. Its low-light performances are stunning. However, daylight performances are not so good as the Galaxy S5 or Lumia phones, but it's not disappointing you.
Overall the M8 is an excellent phone that you will never boring.
Saurav Ghosh, 10 May 2014Hey thanks for pointing out your views about the S5. Honestly I was thinking about buying it y... moreI used M7 for 8 months by now.. its capable to snap pleasant photos & i enjoy looking at them on my laptop or PC monitor..
Most of the people saying M8 improved a lot in camera..
If u hv chance, try the camera.. its really not as awful as u think..
Saurav Ghosh, 10 May 2014Hey thanks for pointing out your views about the S5. Honestly I was thinking about buying it y... more@saurav ghosh htc m8 is already available in kolkata. Masterjee had foreign version before launch and I have purchased the indian version on the launch day itself. Other than that many retailers are already having the phone. And the slippery part. It's a bit slippery but you won't notice it in our city temperature.
warap, 10 May 2014This comment page is a novel.
I hope someday there will be private mode for dialogues.Sorry for the inconvenience caused by our comments. But frankly htc forums are the only ones which have sensible people and interaction can be done. Samsung forums are filled by trolls and Samsung haters who bash the phones. Sony and apple forums are filled with their respective die hard fans who will never break their brand loyalty.
The forums are haphazard for initial 1 or 2 months for every phone but after that only the actual users will come here and hence you won't have any problems.
I won't post any long useless off-topic posts from now. Once again, sorry.
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Saurav Ghosh, 10 May 2014I am sorry, yes, we have pushed too far, and off topic discussions are going on for a while no... moreI think we should continue discussion on the s5 exynos page as I did a research on it yesterday and have many things to discuss.
warap, 10 May 2014This comment page is a novel. I hope someday there will be private mode for dialogues.I am sorry, yes, we have pushed too far, and off topic discussions are going on for a while now. Won't happen any more.
This comment page is a novel.
I hope someday there will be private mode for dialogues.
shubham yadav, 09 May 2014Saurav, I went to a store today to check out s5 and m8 (especially the lens). Unfortunately th... moreHey thanks for pointing out your views about the S5. Honestly I was thinking about buying it yesterday. You are totally right about the back cover, those dotted band aid type looks are really bad, but it will give you more grip undoubtedly, which is a big plus really.
No, here in Kolkata, the local stores still don't have any M8, they are saying it will come this Monday. But I will be only given a dummy version to check out, which is meaningless. About the grip on the M8, it's quite clear from the XDA posts that the Gunmetal Grey is the most slippery one, so I will avoid it at any cost. Silver will be my choice, as it gives much more grip than the Grey version, again this is as per XDA users, however by seeing the number of users I can safely assume they are right.
About Samsung and chipset confusion, I have nothing to say really. 60k for Snapdragon version? Jeez! It's selling on eBay for 39k, from a hugely reputable seller. So if I get the S5 it will be that one surely, yes I won't have any warranty, but I honestly don't care about it.
The decision is just getting harder and harder. On one hand the beautiful metal M8 of fantastic build quality with sexy and fluid Sense, with a beautiful speaker which will help for calls with crisper and much richer voice, loud too, but an awful camera, and on the other hand a plastic phone of very good build quality with great grip at lightweight with IP67 certification and a really nice camera, way better than M8's but with awful laggy and bloated TouchWiz, and basically minimal to no support from XDA. S5's LED is also much brighter and bigger and prominent than M8.
Saurav Ghosh, 09 May 2014As long as it's unlocked it WILL work flawlessly. If I buy this I will buy from US too. Indian... moreSaurav, I went to a store today to check out s5 and m8 (especially the lens). Unfortunately they didn't have m8 but I had a chance to look at the s5. The design feels the same as s4 but Phone fits great in hand and the perforated back is great. It provides good grip and feel. Wondering how m8 will feel as it must me much better. Anyways, let's come to the point.
The phone was fast and didn't even feel warm after using heavily for 30 min. I doubted as exynos must get atleast a little warm. I went to the about phone to check the phone version but they listed as sm g900x. And that means we can't find it that way. So I restarted the phone. Still the model no. Didn't appear when phone was starting. Finally I sent the cpu z apk to the phone and found out that it was the snapdragon version. This is really double standards by Samsung. The demo units are snapdragon and they sell us exynos. How can they do this. I asked the store manager and he didn't even know that there are 2 versions. Stupid. Now I'm confused as I can't even try exynos before buying. When I asked him that can he get me snapdragon he told that he'll take 60k. I'm pissed off.
What have you found out. Tried m8??
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Meera, 09 May 2014Hie!! i stay in India and i'm very keen to buy the HTC M8 from USA. i just want to know will... moreAs long as it's unlocked it WILL work flawlessly. If I buy this I will buy from US too. Indian versions are mostly 16 GB and more pricey, so it's kinda meaningless to go for the Indian versions, unless one needs warranty badly.