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  Reply # 839011 18-Jun-2013 23:11
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DFSW: Got my One swapped out today because of the faulty usb port and I swear the old one had white backlights on the home and back button and thi new one has blue can someone confirm this please, i'll throw pic up later


I would tell you but the backlights on mine work very intermittently, common fault for the earlier produced ones. Thought the 4.2 update might fix it but it doesn't.

IIRC correctly the light was quite a bright blue.



Mine are white.

Tried restarting phone and only using a few basic apps today. Still at 44%battery after a whole day off charge, massive improvement! The secret?

Only one hour 20 screen time today... FML

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  Reply # 839012 18-Jun-2013 23:14
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They last forever... if you don't use the screen. :/

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 839015 18-Jun-2013 23:28
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Kalaren:
bradstewart:
DFSW: Got my One swapped out today because of the faulty usb port and I swear the old one had white backlights on the home and back button and thi new one has blue can someone confirm this please, i'll throw pic up later


I would tell you but the backlights on mine work very intermittently, common fault for the earlier produced ones. Thought the 4.2 update might fix it but it doesn't.

IIRC correctly the light was quite a bright blue.



Mine are white.

Tried restarting phone and only using a few basic apps today. Still at 44%battery after a whole day off charge, massive improvement! The secret?

Only one hour 20 screen time today... FML


Check your apps.

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  Reply # 839474 19-Jun-2013 15:11
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I keep a close eye - can't see anything weird going on. Generally my reddit app is top followed by htcsense, messaging, instagram, gmail, whatsapp, android core

It's definitely screen use that kills the battery.

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  Reply # 839727 19-Jun-2013 19:05
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moar stats

https://imgur.com/a/UGByK

as you can see.... it lasts really well when I hardly use the phone all day....

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  Reply # 839968 20-Jun-2013 00:10
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Well HTC announce the new Butterfly S, it's a One with a bigger display, battery and removable storage.
Good looking phone with slightly better specs but no LTE (S4 wannabe?).

Battery: 3200 mAH battery (sweet mother of milliamps!) 
Size: 144.5 x 70.5 x 10.6mm 
Weight:: 160g
Display: 5.0 inch Full HD 1080p, 440PPI, Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
CPU: Qualcomm S600 CPU at 1.9 Ghz
Connectivity: Quad-banded 3G (850/900/1900/2100 MHz)
Storage: microSD slot (up to 64 GB cards are supported)




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  Reply # 839983 20-Jun-2013 07:04
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bradstewart: Well HTC announce the new Butterfly S, it's a One with a bigger display, battery and removable storage.
Good looking phone with slightly better specs but no LTE (S4 wannabe?).

Battery: 3200 mAH battery (sweet mother of milliamps!) 
Size: 144.5 x 70.5 x 10.6mm 
Weight:: 160g
Display: 5.0 inch Full HD 1080p, 440PPI, Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
CPU: Qualcomm S600 CPU at 1.9 Ghz
Connectivity: Quad-banded 3G (850/900/1900/2100 MHz)
Storage: microSD slot (up to 64 GB cards are supported)





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  Reply # 840000 20-Jun-2013 07:49
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It looks like it's releasing in Asia only.

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  Reply # 840209 20-Jun-2013 11:59
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Trying to install an APK from the web and I get parsing error. Why? and how do I fix it?

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  Reply # 840379 20-Jun-2013 15:42
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If have have enabled installing apps from non-market sources then it's likely a problem with the app. Unlikely to be fixable.

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  Reply # 843601 24-Jun-2013 20:16
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Anyone having issues with Bluetooth?
Mine stutters & farts & eventually plays music , but it wont cut out & answer the phone.
The music keeps playing & the phone rings in the handset.
Same Bluetooth device( radio) been ok on iphone 4 for 3 years

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  Reply # 843613 24-Jun-2013 20:40
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Well I've been complaining about the inconsistency of the capacitive button backlights. It turns out they only light up in low light situations.

I'm using the leaked 2.19 kernel which has fixed the sensitivity of the buttons as well.

Also the very amazing Viper ROM has been released, it is the most awesome non CM ROM I've ever used.

Worth checking out for all rooted users. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2334294

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  Reply # 843663 24-Jun-2013 21:59
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Brunzy: Anyone having issues with Bluetooth?
Mine stutters & farts & eventually plays music , but it wont cut out & answer the phone.
The music keeps playing & the phone rings in the handset.
Same Bluetooth device( radio) been ok on iphone 4 for 3 years


I never used the Bluetooth to stream music but had issues being able to get turn by turn navigation instructions to play when hooked up to bluetooth car kit.




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  Reply # 843924 25-Jun-2013 12:12
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Brunzy: Anyone having issues with Bluetooth?
Mine stutters & farts & eventually plays music , but it wont cut out & answer the phone.
The music keeps playing & the phone rings in the handset.
Same Bluetooth device( radio) been ok on iphone 4 for 3 years


Correction to the above , the music does stop , so the radio recognises the incoming call , but it rings on the handset.
Tried turning wifi off as reported elsewhere but no change.

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  Reply # 845563 26-Jun-2013 13:11
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Hey guys, anyone got one of those Spigen Glas.tr covers for their phone?

I was cleaning my phone yesterday and noticed I had maybe half a dozen or so minor scratches on the screen, and Im looking for a way to protect it. I hate the feeling of screen protectors, taken off two unbranded ones already.

Essentially Im after a way to cover the screen and still have the glass feel. Price isnt really an issue, but something I could get delivered here for ~$50 would be right on the mark

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