Marek, 12 Nov 2017Which one to choose Samsung S8 or Htc U11 ? At the moment Iam using Samsung s7 . For me it... moreIf the camera is most important, you can't go wrong with any of the two.
If UI and other hardware spec like audio quality not that important to you, buy which ever one is cheaper.
Which one to choose Samsung S8 or Htc U11 ? At the moment Iam using Samsung s7 . For me its most important to have good camera and video quality phone. So help my decide...
2 sim card phone is quite good choice.
You and others who think and write alike must go out of their silly mentality like saying "yea other chargers can charge my phone" well surely even worst chinese charger will do the job but for how long and who on earth told you that comes with no side effects but on long term will appear if you keep using different chargers(had been used by YOU for long period so how efficient is it still!), which is also a childish way!!
How difficult to carry a charger in your jeans or jacket pockets when really needed.
DO NOT SPEAK IN NAME OF HARCOR. Never said reason of using and buying original was manufacturer advice but also LOGIC, stick to each device original parts, only exception is if can't find or can't afford(if can buy expensive phone, will not bankrupt for charger!).
For God sake, HTC U11 is a new phone, can last without charge for 6 hours on heavy usage so why must you need more than one charger, even if you can't afford buying another original, and lazy reckless to carry box original when necessary, using similar fast charger(good condition) is ok if used ''SOMETIMES''.
Mr Grey, 11 Nov 2017That information is useful but you don't have to stick with the original htc charging brick th... moreMr Gray
Hardcore is a very narrow minded individual and the more he/she post on the topic of charging the more You see it. HTC sells car chargers & battery banks as approved charging devices for this phone that are not even listed in the user manual. But he/she post truly believing "ONLY" what's in the book will do no damage. (so hardcor will never buy them because he/she READ THE BOOK)
The phone also charges when you connect to a PC for syncing or tethering. And PCs are not made by HTC or even support Qualcomm quick charging ( but don't do any damage to the phone.) But according to his/her logic, if you want your phone to last you shouldn't connect it to a USB port on a PC. And for the " businessmen" that need that functionality (because no other type of person deserves convenience) they will buy a computer from HTC. SMH. I just had to give up after that statement from Hardcor.
AnonD-702525, 11 Nov 2017If some just know how to read the Safety & Regulatory guide of their phones, they'll save ... moreThat information is useful but you don't have to stick with the original htc charging brick that came with the phone and I have the following charging bricks from the following phones and they all charge my U11 ok without damaging it.
HTC one m7
Obviously the one that came with my U11.
They all work fine without any issues so the whole sticking to the original charging brick thing is just not fully correct.
If some just know how to read the Safety & Regulatory guide of their phones, they'll save themselves conflict and headache!
For HTC U11 says: This product should be operated ONLY with the following designated power supply unit/s:
AC adapter: HTC Model TC P5000-US, TC P5000-EU, TC P5000-UK(this is mine), TC P5000-AU, TC P5000-IN, TC P5000-CN
As you see guys, all are for this phone exclusively and the ORIGINAL. Still some want to be philosophers and technicians themselves offering other options!!!
HTC U11 Fan, 10 Nov 2017Hi,
All User's pls again I am requesting anyone can guide me to enable voLTE in my u11 as I ... moreI don't have LTE service in my area, but maybe I can still help.
it's a 2 part setup process.
1st... go to settings>Mobile data>Network Mode> set it to GSM/WCDMA/LTEauto
2nd... go to phone a.k.a dialer>menu>settings>calling accounts>internet calling (SIP) accounts> + > and put in your settings for your provider.
hope that helps
HTC U11 Fan, 30 Oct 2017Hi,
All User's pls anyone can guide me to enable voLTE in my u11 as I got lost and would rea... moreHi,
All User's pls again I am requesting anyone can guide me to enable voLTE in my u11 as I got lost and would really appreciate the help.
AnonD-702525, 10 Nov 2017Convenient applies when you're a business man using your phone for calls..messages..etc all da... moreI'm in the field of Architecture.
Putting that aside, that statement about who is allowed to enjoy convenience and how they will do it, is a very classiest point of view. If you are going there, I'm ending our conversation.
You have a good day Mr. Hardcor
Convenient applies when you're a business man using your phone for calls..messages..etc all day and have many companies, offices, houses then will need many chargers for each location AND in that case he'll buy for his phone/s the ORIGINAL.
AnonD-702525, 09 Nov 2017Briefly, why must you have charger for each location, simply carry it with you when really nee... moreI know, you know what " convenience" mean. And why some people like it. If you don't that's OK too.
Anth0ny, 09 Nov 2017its a mobile phone. keeping that in mind some people need more than 1 charge because they don'... moreBriefly, why must you have charger for each location, simply carry it with you when really needed-one charge last all day! You can use your others with same specs but rarely ok...not always for long run.
AnonD-702525, 09 Nov 2017I don't change parts for my new cars except in company because it's original and doesn't cost ... moreits a mobile phone. keeping that in mind some people need more than 1 charge because they don't want to walk around with the only charger and cord that came in the box. so for convenience, they have charges that normally stay at frequent charging locations.
eg. living room, bedroom, work & car. Are you trying to tell me every time I buy a new phone I must run out and buy 3 new chargers and cord because the manufacturer said to use there branded charger? that's nuts. having the chargers you already own follow the same standard & spec as the charger of the new phone is enuff.
I'm sure you don't full up your car only at the dealer gas pump. you go to any fill station that has the correct specification fuel for your car.
Anth0ny, 09 Nov 2017I like your car analogy so I will use it too. :)
No car manufacturers makes all the parts us... moreI don't change parts for my new cars except in company because it's original and doesn't cost much than at normal mechanical shop. Tyres last 3 years at least and don't worry, I know where to find cheapest prices for same high quality products;)
For phone, simply because I believe each device model have specific charger for it, so why change when still new, maybe after 3 years or so if spoiled or lost might buy similar classifications if didn't find original.
Something i've noticed with the U11, mails and other apps don't sync when power saver is off.
Is there a way around?
AnonD-702525, 09 Nov 2017About replying to that poster, you don't need to reply to stupid comments that make no logic, ... moreI like your car analogy so I will use it too. :)
No car manufacturers makes all the parts used it there cars.
They get some parts from 3rd party vendors. These vendors also sell the same part to other car manufacturers. Some car manufacturers may request the part manufacturer brand the batch they sell to them and they do but the part spec didn't change. So as a smart consumer it's more important to know the spec of a part and not the branding on the part. I would hope you don't go to buy spark plugs or tyres from the dealer of your car? It's inconvenient and costly.
Quick charge 3 is not a HTC Technology. It's made by Qualcomm, to work with the Qualcomm chip sets and it follows a standard/ specification certified by Qualcomm. The very same Qualcomm Snapdragon chip set That is in the HTC phones. The very same chip set that are in many other manufacturers phones. So tell me why you think it's not advised to use a Qualcomm certified quick charge 3 charger, that don't have the HTC branding, on a HTC phone, if it's more convenient to get, if you need extra or a replacement?
Anth0ny, 08 Nov 2017I have no problem sticking with original equipment.
I was just making a point for "disappoint... moreAbout replying to that poster, you don't need to reply to stupid comments that make no logic, many are trolls, just ignore.
A technician once told me that even if you use a different usb cable with original charger it might effect phone functioning.
Just consider it like a car, you can surely buy chinese cheaper parts even if high level and car can work but for how long!! And by not using the original part you're ruining the smooth functioning of the system. It will not appear when new phone still but as time pass on long run.
Even supposely the quick charge 3.0 can work on all devices despite I think each device has unique charger for..but why use another or older or slower as some say better battery charge slowly for longer life...well if technicians believe that they'll suggest slower chargers to be added in box and quick chargers don't need to be made just for shortening charging time, can still make your battery last same long life as slow chargers if not better, technicians of big companies are not paid high salaries for nothing, they are brilliant in their jobs.