I absolutely hate this phone, however, I am a heavy user. I send at least 40 texts a day, all to different people, not forgetting my constant facebook & web browsing. The phone just can't handle it unfortunately, it constantly lags & freezes which is a shame because it would be a fantastic phone otherwise. My only other gripe is the low resolution screen, but I can cope with that. Unfortunately this phone is driving me insane with it's unresponsiveness, which is why it has to go after just 7 months (luckily I got a sim only contract)
i m new user of it. i m vry interested with all feature but the main problem is bettry. without it everything is gotten on it what i want...
gurprit, 10 Sep 2011is it gaming cell.please tell me depends what you mean by gaming cell, if you mean fast cpu with high resolution graphics then no, but in saying that all the games ive got off android market work fine but are a bit pixalated this isnt a HD phone, for everything else its great and reliable I love mine.
andrew walsall GB, 10 Sep 2011I have HTC Wildfire Original Version. I have a problem with the handset. Intermittently my H... moreIn responce to the handset lock problem, when i first got my phone i found the case i was using blocked the proximity sensor causing the phone to think it was up against my ear so blanking out the screen. i had to cut the case a bit at the top so it didnt block it and now it works fine.
GiGi, 10 Sep 2011I've had this phone for a year and I love it. HTC has the best pre-loaded keyboard of any smar... moreI had a similar issue with my wildfire slowing down and yes it is to do with the internal memory becoming to full, all you need to do is transfer to the SD card there are plenty of apps to do this easily, I had heaps of apps on the I' memory and found that after transfering them the phone speed was faster but opted to do a factory reset which put speed back to new. now all i do is once ive downloaded an app i tranfer it (if transferable) straight to the sd card and it hasnt slowed down at all in 6 months since resetting.
neha, 11 Sep 2011which one is better samsung galaxy fit/ wildfire???????? please rply sooni know the galaxy S phones are crap I owned one for a week it had problems with wifi conectivity, repeat sms's and a few other things i forget, I returned it after a week and got a HTC wildfire which i love and will stick with for a while due to how reliable and sturdy it is, buy one you wont regret it.
Best phone i have ever owned, used daily as an internet router through portable wifi hotspot to laptop, manange to stream youtube at 240p and sometimes 360p at 1 bar signal strength, extremley heavy battery usage with portable wifi hotspot on, low battery consumtion with it off aslong as you keep tabs on the number of background applications running which I think is probably standard with most smart phones. Exellent flash light/torch. I have dropped this phone numerous times face down and never damaged the screen. um..so yeah, theres just no way I can fault this phone it just does everything the specs say it will do and never has any reliability issues at all. Thanks for reading my rant! (12 months ownership and still love it!)
which one is better samsung galaxy fit/ wildfire???????? please rply soon
I have HTC Wildfire Original Version.
I have a problem with the handset.
Intermittently my HTC Wildfire when screen locked will not allow me to answer the call and I end up having to ring the caller back.
I have seen on other forums this is common.
Can all those who have this problem on GSM Arena please message me / Comment on this issue.
I feel that as HTC made the phones they should fix them (trouble is with the Wildfire S being on sale HTC will not want to offer Android 2.3) there are no updates to fix this software issue when I check my phone for updates.
HTC, 08 Sep 2011Yes, I got mine upgraded to 2.3is it gaming cell.please tell me
I've had this phone for a year and I love it. HTC has the best pre-loaded keyboard of any smartphone. The pre-loaded widgets are awesome and convenient, and this size is perfect for someone new to smartphones who thinks most are far too big! I drop it all the time because I'm clumsy and it hasn't broken or effected the performance at all until recently, it has begun to slow down and become a little unresponsive to touch, I think that might be because I've downloaded too many apps though :P
sam, 05 Sep 2011hello everyone.......me read some comments on htc wildfire......but anyone who use this phone ... morei am using this phn for 8 mnths ,,,i recommended you to just turn off ur mobile ntwrk whn nt in use,,,,low ur brightness whn in home ........thats the way whr u can find some battery backup for while...........