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  Reply # 1201355 21-Dec-2014 09:14
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Has anyone had a warranty repair on local HTC one m8 before? I wonder if they repair or replace the phone these days. My depth sensing lens is collecting small amount of dust specks, and hopefully if it does get worse I want to get this sorted out. I have a Vodafone version purchased from Noel leeming. Anyone with experience please let me know!

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  Reply # 1203023 24-Dec-2014 08:32
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Hoping someone can help?

I can't seem to post/share pictures from the camera or the photo gallery to Facebook - It keeps saying "Unfortunately Facebook has stopped"

I tried doing a search in Google...but not having much luck finding the cause and fix.

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  Reply # 1203778 25-Dec-2014 21:20
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M8 still worth getting so close to next release cycle?

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  Reply # 1203779 25-Dec-2014 21:22
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benokobi: M8 still worth getting so close to next release cycle?


I just got mine, was well worth it for me.




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  Reply # 1203780 25-Dec-2014 21:24
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hio77:
benokobi: M8 still worth getting so close to next release cycle?


I just got mine, was well worth it for me.


What device did you come from?

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  Reply # 1203781 25-Dec-2014 21:26
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benokobi:
hio77:
benokobi: M8 still worth getting so close to next release cycle?


I just got mine, was well worth it for me.


What device did you come from?


A cheaper model which was a temporary one (which i never ended up replacing for like a year and half) Desire C.




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  Reply # 1203790 25-Dec-2014 22:18
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benokobi: M8 still worth getting so close to next release cycle?


Yep, for sure but cheaper than if you had got it straight after launch. 

You'd be getting the update to Lollipop 5.0 in due course and according to rumours Sense 7 sometime between May and July next year, which would be up to date with whatever HTC releases for 2015 flagship, albeit slightly outdated hardware specs.

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  Reply # 1203807 25-Dec-2014 22:50
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mrgsm021:
benokobi: M8 still worth getting so close to next release cycle?


Yep, for sure but cheaper than if you had got it straight after launch. 

You'd be getting the update to Lollipop 5.0 in due course and according to rumours Sense 7 sometime between May and July next year, which would be up to date with whatever HTC releases for 2015 flagship, albeit slightly outdated hardware specs.


MKBHD says its the phone of the year so why not. Is the camera as bad as they say it is?

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  Reply # 1203812 25-Dec-2014 23:30
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Comparing against family members S5, i prefer the photos from the M8.




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  Reply # 1203814 25-Dec-2014 23:37
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is it 2.5 or 2.3 ghz in the nz model?

 

 

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  Reply # 1203945 26-Dec-2014 10:21
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benokobi: is it 2.5 or 2.3 ghz in the nz model?  


2.5

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  Reply # 1204001 26-Dec-2014 12:27
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benokobi: is it 2.5 or 2.3 ghz in the nz model?  


2.5


Got it I love everything about it. But one question. How do I hide the nav bar at the bottom while typing and browsing and stuff ?

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  Reply # 1210462 8-Jan-2015 11:37
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Well so in the last few days I have heard from a staff member and a customer both with m8's that complain that the phone unlocks in their pocket. One them has already tried turning off tap to unlock etc, and still the same. 

Anyone else having this issue or know if it's a fixable issue?


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networkn: Well so in the last few days I have heard from a staff member and a customer both with m8's that complain that the phone unlocks in their pocket. One them has already tried turning off tap to unlock etc, and still the same. 

Anyone else having this issue or know if it's a fixable issue?



i had this issue when i first got mine.

always in the habit of power button up screen facing out now, never get the problem.


M8 is large enough that i have it out of pocket more than in it however, can be a bit of a pain when driving and such otherwise.




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  Reply # 1221215 24-Jan-2015 00:15
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What cases do you guys use on your m8?

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