Microsoft has been ringing loud since yesterday about the Windows 8 and the great many promises it brings to the PC users. I for one have been bought all over again by Microsoft for the great new features it brings, so many that it will be almost impossible for me to write about in one post. Honestly I don’t feel like reporting about this for I am busy counting the time remaining till the download for the Windows Developer Release completes.
Tag Archive: HTC
While I heart the HTC devices running the Android operating system, I have started to dislike the HTC Sense UI. Primarily for the fact that that I have an ancient 2.1 version layering my Desire HD. However there is some good news, HTC might be up to boost this version to 3.5 with the coming of the new HTC Bliss. The mobile device hasn’t been announced as yet, but folks in China have got some screenshots available.
Skype finally drops the much needed update for the Android community by announcing earlier that it will be releasing support for video calling for numerous handsets. This had been in the pipeline for quite some time now and we users had been waiting in anticipation for this to come.
The latest in the T-Mobile HTC 4G Android Phone lineup, the Sensation, is already being considered one of the best smartphones either company has ever been involved with. It’s 4.3 touch screen display and overall length of nearly 5 inches with a width of 0.44 inches gives it a lanky look. When compared to the iPhone, however, this quickly becomes the phone’s definitive style. Simply put, the HTC Sensation as a model overrides the cool factor of the iPhone, which is honestly an incredibly difficult thing for a mobile phone to achieve these days.
The battery life is almost too good to be true, and if I didn’t see it for myself I wouldn’t believe it. Two hours of music, an accumulative hour texting, count one more for talking, then another hour for browsing and four more for goofing off and gaming, and I still had plenty of power left. With the phone I have now that would’ve needed a charge before I had time to finish my second-to-last dungeon for the day.
For those who find it impossible to push themselves to the limit by fearing unlocking their smartphone devices continue with a bulky preloaded carrier software. Which to be honest is useless [in my opinion], takes up a lot of your mobile storage and should be the first thing to get rid of. But if you happen to have bricked your device attempting the same, you refrain from following the best and guaranteed of procedures and step by step guides. I know I would if I were to go through this.
If you want to make it big amongst your consumers you need to listen to your community. I have always been surprised as to why would HTC power its mobiles with the open sourced Android operating system and yet prevent users from making changes in the software itself. The sense UI, etc, which often makes going hardcore of your smartphone a bit difficult.
The need for faster ad more powerful mobile devices continues to rise or maybe its the manufacturers who are speeding up the manufacturing of the more powerful smartphones. The battle is between the giants like the iPhone, HTC, Samsung, Nokia who are adamant of providing the best experience to their users and push them into a competition that’s never ending. Samsung’s Galaxy SII has made it big with the Korean manufacturer selling 120,000 units in the first 3 days, which substantial.
We have talked about how to jailbreak your PS3 using HTC Desire and it was fun to do. But Desire is now old school since the release of the newer Desire Z and Desire HD alongside HD2. Hence for those of you who own a Sony PlayStation 3 and the HD2, there’s some god news, you can use HD2 to jailbreak or downgrade your PS3.
I have just made a switch to Android to brand myself as a person with a smartphone and I am hooked. The extent is not just confined to using those addictive apps or games but almost instantly had me trying to figure out ways to root, hack and do all sorts of coding possible. Honestly, I know I am not really into all that but folks at XDA are all into this. The T-mobile G-2 has just been out and almost instantly the developer community has had it rooted.
The T-Mobile G2 by HTC comes with the stock version of the Android 2.2, which means there is not a lot you can. At least those developers think there needs to be some toying around with the code and get the device rooted. The method that has been used is temporary and the root access disappears right upon a reboot. It is therefore advisable that once you do make an effort just try not to restart the device or you will be repeating the whole procedure again.