Kaleem, 30 Jan 2012Why do you rate Internal memory at a very low scale? Cant you simply download the apps in Inte... moreAll applications are not able to shift them to SD Card. Usually small application cannot shift.
Also all the new updates cannot be transferred to SD Card memory, such as Updater 0.6MB, Download Manager 0,5 MB, Gmail 3.20 MB, Android Market 6.04MB, Google Search 1.05MB, YouTube 3.5 MB, Face book and ect .
For me enough is about 300-400 MB internal memory to have a convenience space and to rate with 4 or 5 stars for this kind of phone.
At the moment I have installed Skype, all new updates and 2-3 app with approximately 4MB per app. And I have about 70 MB free internal space, which is less then half. Only Skype is able to shift to SD Card, which I already did and saved about 10 MB internal space.
My suggestions for developers are for every application to make possibility to shift to SD Card and then internal memory is not big deal.
ram, 29 Jan 2012hi guys,i hav just brought the wildfire s,but am unable to browse for any sites through google... moreThe phone has permissions to access the internet. This is because it eats up your mobile data package. You need to turn certain permissions on, but be aware that some apps use data which you may not realise is happening and it costs you money. Make sure you are on the home page, to do this press the little house button bottom left of the phone. Then press the block of four by four dots just above it. Go to Settings > Wireless and networks > Mobile internet and make your choice.
kirca, 28 Jan 2012My Wildfire S is old 3,5 months. Here is my rating from 0 to 5 stars: Design & weight... moreWhy do you rate Internal memory at a very low scale? Cant you simply download the apps in Internal Memory and then shift them to your SD Card? What applications cause issue for you?
hi guys,i hav just brought the wildfire s,but am unable to browse for any sites through google search,internet whch are installed in phone,can any one help me in solving this problem n hw to download app
vishu, 27 Jan 2012phone is cool.....but did not accept the adhoc wifi network...did not get acesse to the home n... morecan u help me out?i dont noe which phone to buy!should i go for this phone or i should buy samsung galaxy ace?
While I love this phone, the memory sucks. There's no way to save pictures to the sd card and a lot of applications won't download to the SD without talking up internal memory which There's next to no internal memory. Don't waste your money on a larger SD card. If you want a ton of applications and bells and whistles, choose a different phone.
My Wildfire S is old 3,5 months. Here is my rating from 0 to 5 stars:
Design & weight: (5*)
Display/Screen resolution: (4*)
Wi-Fi and mobile reception: (4*)
RAM memory: (4*)
Internal memory: (1*)
Battery live: (3*)
Value for money: (5*)
usmi09, 28 Jan 2012This is a very stupid mobile... as i used it for 3 months. i dont have any complain from andri... more4 hours of web surfing is average for an Android,you can read battery tests from gsmarena,many smartphones have only 3 hours of web surfing,so Wildfire S battery is ok.
This is a very stupid mobile... as i used it for 3 months. i dont have any complain from andriod 2.3 but the battery of the mobile is very little. only 4 hours surfing & chatting as well the user-available memory only 125 MB.
Read n think b4 u buy it.
phone is cool.....but did not accept the adhoc wifi network...did not get acesse to the home network.....cannot connect to internet via pc to phone....videos did not work even on the players..provide by andriod market .....selected games can be played...no...bsttery backup.....and the main thing .....phone lack durning process of apps...sometime it gets hang....wallpaper are set as per the thr phones.....and very low internal memory ...almost taken by phone.....and the the main thing again ....weakly support the 16 and 32gb memory.....
featurs as compare to samsung are very week..no new thing...only having 2.3 andrid
i took last week and got return it again ......
Sakith, 27 Jan 2012Overall a good phone. But very unhappy with the battery backup. Without connecting to the mobi... moreIt is not the problem of HTC Wildfire S, it is the problem of Android OS which consumes the power rapidly, You can use app like JuiceDefender to save the power. Overall it is very good mobile. I just love its build quality very much.