The Eagle, 25 Mar 2018I have a HTC Wildfire S A510E
I want to connect to ATT (US). Phone is unlocked. ATT does not ... moreOpen SETTINGS, then MOBILE NETWORKS, there you'll find the 2g/3g options.
2g = GSM
3g = WCDMA
4g = LTE
I have a HTC Wildfire S A510E
I want to connect to ATT (US). Phone is unlocked. ATT does not support 2G.
How can I tell if my phone is 3G
Anonymous, 16 May 2017help me plzzz i see nothing in "Bluetooth received"Just reset your phone and your good to go, i mean we had the same problem
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2016where does it shows it memeory card ???? remove the back cover, at side back part, youll see the memory card dock. or you make check the user manual for further details
i've got a wildfire S recently with no battery , and don't know if he work .
yesterday i managed to solder a positive and negative wire from a usb cable where the battery used to be connect . i plug it in my computer and it power on and work !
so i've decided to make a redneck homemade dash cam with that and that work great ! now via this web page i know i can throw a 32gig ( or less ) sd card in it to have more record time ( i only have a 2gig now )
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2016where does it shows it memeory card ???? Download file manager from play store , then it will show memory card there
Can anyone help me to use imo,viber with this phone? Are there older versions or cracked apps for those?
Not supporting any app.......Sony experia tipo is better then this device..
bought it on 2011, using about 3 years, good at the time i bought hehe..after whatsapp comes it cant uses anymore, cant afford to install more apps (of cos it small capacity and RAM) good body, but uses until battery dies. no factory defect. This phone makes i believe to HTC and bought other model but the model not as expected.
psalmsy, 04 Aug 2016does it support mp4 videos?...
cause it refuses to play my mp4 but instead play 3gp format onlyOf course, it does support the mp4 video playback, provided it should not cross these video parameters at Max.
20 frames per second
1 mbps bitrate
does it support mp4 videos?...
cause it refuses to play my mp4 but instead play 3gp format only