from touch pro to pro2 you loss:
-No Keypad which some games still needs
-Standard VGA resolutioin so some programs not works correctly.
-No Flash , which is very good as torch
-NO FM radio.
You gain: only bigger phone with nicer WVGA screen , which some programs will not works
its godd frekn cool masive sound and good quality myn drobd from 6 storys and still in perfect condiyion
No_L, 27 Jul 2009Thanks Rico! Do any of you think Windows 6.5 will support flash animation when it comes out? O... morenvm about my question about the flash. just realized that skyfire has flash support.
I read somewhere that HTC have finally seen the light and will be putting a 3.5mm outlet on all new models.
Rico, 26 Jul 2009Hi, based on my experience with HTC TP2, it does not show flash on webpages that contain fl... moreThanks Rico! Do any of you think Windows 6.5 will support flash animation when it comes out? Or at least a new web browser that will support flash?
im such a great fan of htc phones especially windowsmobile with the keybaord. but seriously when will HTC put a 3.5 jack just like the htc touch hd. it would make it easier and enjoyable listening experience hen listening to mp3s.so please htc when u releas ur touch pro 3 please put a 3.5 jack. htc phones rule and apple iphones can suck t!@n_uts!
Can i just say, me and my friend have been in great decision wheather to buy the touch pro 2 or the acer m900. i just recieved the touch pro 2, and i will say , ive not had this much fun with a mobile since the sony ericson p910, words could never express what this fone is, and i wont even put into words what this fone can do..ALL I WILL SAY IS this fone will be the best fone you have ever owned, trust me (i am fussy) ... the only down side to this fone is ..?? well ermmm, the battery needs charging every night, thats my only fault but all in all , you will fall in love with this fone....infact im already saving up for the touch pro 3 hehehe
Michael Mortimer, 25 Jul 2009I have a little info to share. I am a G1 owner, have been for awhile. Today I put Hero on it... moreHi ,i would like to knw how much this HTC touch pro 2 ,in ur country>???USD?
No_L, 25 Jul 2009Does anyone know if this phone has flash support so I can access websites like Hulu?Hi,
based on my experience with HTC TP2, it does not show flash on webpages that contain flash animations
SJD, 25 Jul 2009Hi All,
I have Touch Pro 2 but I have a problem, its reminder alarms are not working, initi... moreHi SJD,
you may want to recall and uninstall the latest programs you installed.
If problem persist, theres always the option of hard reset. This will put back everything to factory setting and all user data/programs will be erased.
Please make sure that you back-up important data like contacts using the Sprite back-up or sync the contacts and calendars to Outlook via activesync. restore data from your back-up.
Does anyone know if this phone has flash support so I can access websites like Hulu?
I have Touch Pro 2 but I have a problem, its reminder alarms are not working, initially they were working but not anymore. I am new to WinMo. Can anybody suggest solutuion.
Keron, 25 Jul 2009Touch pro2 or Touch HD??touch HD..as i said its just the zoom bar..
the only difference is that it have zoom bars thats all..nice phone tho
Not to be snarky, but in the specs it's listed that this has a "mini USB" port. That is incorrect. This is important when people are buying accessories or wondering if their accessories will work on the TP2.
The TP2, like many HTC phones, has a "micro USB" port. While this may not sound all that significant, it makes a big difference in the port's function, capability and performance.
A mini USB port has 5 pins. A micro USB port has 10 pins.
With 10 pins the micro USB port can perform more functions, as the G1 and TP2 do (including acting as an audio port, connector for devices, etc.)
Also, more power can be put through a micro USB port, which is handy if one is connecting more than one device to the single port.
An example of where this all could come into play is the HTC multi-function connector. It connects to the micro USB port and from it you can connect headphones, a throughput to a PC, and a charger, all at the same time.
This functionality is part of the reason HTC likes those single USB ports to do everything including audio connections. But U. S. consumers don't like the concept, they want their 3.5 mm audio port. So I suspect HTC will cave and eventually include a 3.5 mm port in their future smartphones.
thegame, 24 Jul 2009Ok, so after all the leaks of t-mobile pics and even GSMarena's dedicated t-mobile line-up, ev... moreI have a little info to share. I am a G1 owner, have been for awhile. Today I put Hero on it. Wow, what a great OS. I digress.
I am in San Francisco, California. I have two phone lines. Today I called T-Mobile, my carrier, and inquired about getting the myTouch which is on preorder.
I then asked what other phones are on his list that are coming out. He looked on it and said that on August 12 the TouchPro2 is coming out.
On that news I decided to wait for it. So it is definitely debuting at that time.
Also, on the official T-Mobile Forums there is a T-Mobile employee (in the U. S.) who has been using his TP2 for about two weeks. He said he also has a G1, like me.
He said he really likes the TP2. He made some other comments too. You can read his post in the below link.
And you are right. The U. S. version of the Touch Pro 2 will NOT have the camera on the front of the phone. (Which is too bad because I have Skype on my computers and it would be cool to have videophone capability on my phone too.) I suspect they don't want to do that because it would cut into the bandwidth available.
Also, T-Mo is still in the process of rolling out 3G service in the U. S. Videophones need 3G speed. So I suspect that since a lot of people can't use that feature yet, they opted to have HTC exclude the feature. Or maybe there's security and privacy concerns. I am just guessing on why the U. S. version won't have the videophone feature.
Hope this info helps on all you wondering what's going on.