Already damaged the SIM card reader. I tried to adjust it because the SIM was from time to time not detected, and now it doesn't work at all :-( .
I probably damaged the pins, because I've put the SIM tray in the wrong direction (but why there's nothing that prevents this ?) , and it was hard to remove.
Now I've barely have a small tablet, with a not so good wifi support :-(
Trep, 17 Oct 2015 I was able to read the phone, it shows all the apps, it just does not disable them when I ch... morehi Trep,
I might be stating the obvious, but you must press the apply button after checking the apps you want to disable.
Here is the list of apps disabled on my smartphone, and good luck:
mehdi, 15 Oct 2015hi Trep, I suggest you install first the "15 seconds ADB Installer" (available on xda), an... more I was able to read the phone, it shows all the apps, it just does not disable them when I check mark them.
Trep, 14 Oct 2015 Did not work on my P90.hi Trep,
I suggest you install first the "15 seconds ADB Installer" (available on xda),
and ensure that USB debugging is enabled on your device.
Anyways, at first, I've been trying to follow instructions at the thread "Intel Android Devices Root" fom xda , before I switched to the Debloater solution. I didn't manage to root, but the debloater worked fine.
Use the debloater app at xda, to easily disable all unwanted apps (even without root).
I managed to disable the "antivirus", I didn't want.
I finally received my P90. Fisrt of all, I love the size and feel, it is a fast phone, there is an issue with the WIFI range, I lose my signal as soon as i step out of my house, but it works fine when I'm in range on both 2G and 5G. The best part so far is the network signal is amazing, I never get a signal in my office at work, and I have had several phone of various manufacturers and this one is by far the best. I am still waiting on a way to root it though, I hate all the bloatware it comes with. I have a Lenovo A916 that I just love and had the same issue when I bought it but after rooting and deleting all the garbage apps it runs much better. Over all so far I love this phone for the price.!!!
janinen, 22 Sep 2015Anyone can tell something about battery lifeHi, i use this phone quite a lot (reading books, playing music, calls, web etc etc) and I charge it every 2.5-3 days
i have a quick question...does this phone support the AWS bands 1700/2100?
the service provider i use stated the following - 'The WIND Mobile network uses a frequency called AWS, with bands 1700/2100 MHz.'
if it does work, i think this would be a solid purchase.
antutu benchmark points 38000 !!! extra phone ! body is very very good quality, (not like samsung plastik body)this is my second lenovo phone (firs was lenovo a889) next `ll be a vibe z2 pro.
I've had no problems what so ever with WiFi at all. I do agree though Lenovo should hurry up and provide upgrade to lollipop ASAP...to keep up with the likes of Asus which comes installed in their Zenfone 2
wifi range is not great , at least with "802.11g".
My sister with a samsung j5, can receive wifi in a room far from wifi router, while I can't.
Crapware pre-installed, especially a kind of antivrus, that check suff you run and says "there's no problem".
A default launcher that need to be replaced asap.
Compass doesn't seem to work.
I hope a custom rom would be available.
I download a few apps only and ram is low already . Bad quality camera for quality and when getting lolipop ? I think stable wih lolipop
antonio, 08 Sep 2015Powerful battery, logic price, the problem is the wifiWhat's wrong with the WiFi?