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  Reply # 499846 30-Jul-2011 18:43
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I'll say.. thats a manufacturer fault, which the phone would be warantied for

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  Reply # 499869 30-Jul-2011 19:44
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People in the US reporting it to HTC were being told it was "physical damage" outside the warranty....




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  Reply # 499987 31-Jul-2011 12:50
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Just bought my Sensation yesterday - loving it.... but - where do you get tis display of battery use?  What app have you loaded?  I have tried a couple, but found nothing as good as this for showing the timeline of what is enabled..

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  Reply # 500000 31-Jul-2011 13:28
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It's a standard part of Gingerbread Android. Go to Settings > About phone > Battery > Battery use. If you click the graph it expands. 




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  Reply # 500017 31-Jul-2011 15:51
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Wow! That was well hidden. Many thanks. Again, this forum is a mine of wonderful information.

My next mission is how to get 2.3.4 installed, so I can do video on google talk. I see lots of notes that htc is going to allow root access 'soon '. Maybe the next update, whenever that happens.



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  Reply # 500036 31-Jul-2011 16:37
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lokhor: It's a standard part of Gingerbread Android. Go to Settings > About phone > Battery > Battery use. If you click the graph it expands. 


Congrats to lokhor who with that posted the 500,000th reply on Geekzone. Some prizes coming his way - and others... I will post more details tomorrow in a discussion of its own :)





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  Reply # 500080 31-Jul-2011 20:26
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w00t! must be my lucky year




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  Reply # 500114 31-Jul-2011 22:42
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lokhor: w00t! must be my lucky year


You nicked my 500,000th post, you fiend. You wait, just you wait!!!




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  Reply # 500132 1-Aug-2011 02:02
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lokhor: w00t! must be my lucky year


Free phone, Free prizes. Things come in three's they say...

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  Reply # 500254 1-Aug-2011 11:45
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M_I_C_H_A_E_L:
lokhor: w00t! must be my lucky year


Free phone, Free prizes. Things come in three's they say...


I have two to go, then. -)   




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  Reply # 500267 1-Aug-2011 12:18
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Just ordered my one today! nice... getting ready to port our ROM over to it ;) cant wait for it to get here




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  Reply # 500279 1-Aug-2011 12:41
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CdTDroiD: Just ordered my one today! nice... getting ready to port our ROM over to it ;) cant wait for it to get here


Will you guys have a GPU accelerated UI?




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  Reply # 500285 1-Aug-2011 12:57
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Hey Guys. I've just come back from the Telecom shop and was quite interested in the HTC until I questioned the guy about the messaging facility. Now I might be being a bit picky here but if I am paying between 500 and a thousand bucks for a phone then I would at least expect to be able to change the size of the font so I could actually read it. He reckons that all smart phones are the same. Please someone tell me this isn't the case??

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Dodgy1: Hey Guys. I've just come back from the Telecom shop and was quite interested in the HTC until I questioned the guy about the messaging facility. Now I might be being a bit picky here but if I am paying between 500 and a thousand bucks for a phone then I would at least expect to be able to change the size of the font so I could actually read it. He reckons that all smart phones are the same. Please someone tell me this isn't the case??


He is talking bs. You can change the text size easily in the Messaging app by going to Menu > More > Text size




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  Reply # 500299 1-Aug-2011 13:08
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Dodgy1: Hey Guys. I've just come back from the Telecom shop and was quite interested in the HTC until I questioned the guy about the messaging facility. Now I might be being a bit picky here but if I am paying between 500 and a thousand bucks for a phone then I would at least expect to be able to change the size of the font so I could actually read it. He reckons that all smart phones are the same. Please someone tell me this isn't the case??


He is talking bs. You can change the text size easily in the Messaging app by going to Menu > More > Text size


Hey thanks for that. Does that apply the the HTC wildfire s as well??

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