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  Reply # 324240 28-Apr-2010 15:00
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dpw:
stuartgr: Well three days in and I am loving this phone...It can do nearly everything!  And with full root access, it should only get better!


Interesting...nearly everything? Just out of curiosity, what else would you like the phone to do?


....wished the camera was better with xenon flash and mini HDMI output ala Nokia N8... but me not complaining... yet... 

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  Reply # 324246 28-Apr-2010 15:07
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Did everyone else have to select from the 3 'security procedures' after placing their orders with Clove? If so, which method did you opt for?




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  Reply # 324248 28-Apr-2010 15:08
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Just sent a pdf of my drivers license and credit card.

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  Reply # 324252 28-Apr-2010 15:15
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BigHammer: Did everyone else have to select from the 3 'security procedures' after placing their orders with Clove? If so, which method did you opt for?


Sent them scanned copy of my drivers license and an electricity bill.




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  Reply # 324259 28-Apr-2010 15:32
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Cant sign into the Google account,not even connecting to the Internet after manually putting in 2 degrees settings,http://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/settings. any one can help?

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  Reply # 324269 28-Apr-2010 15:49
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BigHammer: Did everyone else have to select from the 3 'security procedures' after placing their orders with Clove? If so, which method did you opt for?


...just scanned and replied email pdf copy of drivers licence...  

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  Reply # 324294 28-Apr-2010 16:21
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Cheers all. drivers licence it is.




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  Reply # 324368 28-Apr-2010 19:13
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Annoying! connnect to google account and wont sign in! wont even let me add to the sync in options after trying to sign in,and i see the 2 degrees icon not even responding,help with connecting?

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  Reply # 324376 28-Apr-2010 19:40
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Ryan, go over to the tips and tricks thread.

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  Reply # 324405 28-Apr-2010 21:29
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full root access details? please post here,love to have apps on sd card. Seems silly as i have auto backup settings in my phone did a factory reset for google which by the way works now the sync. I lost my installed apps how annoying



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  Reply # 324418 28-Apr-2010 21:50
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I'll post details once they are available in the Tips thread.




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  Reply # 324485 29-Apr-2010 00:32
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bendigo:
heavenly_wild: Sounds very promising! I am definitely looking seriously into buying this phone.

Guys, if I buy the HTC that is Telstra compliant, it should work on Telecom XT, right?


.... theres a problems with the gps for the NextG HTC Desire which is the Telstra compliant equilvalent for Telecom XT network at the mo... a fix is coming but not here yet...


Is it a software issue?  If I purchase one from Asia that's only Telstra compliant (rather than from Telstra), would that ensure it should work on XT straight away?  Thanks in advance. 

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  Reply # 324511 29-Apr-2010 07:40
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Payment processed. Notification received that it will be shipped 'tomorrow', being tonight our time!

Not too shabby at all.




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  Reply # 324653 29-Apr-2010 12:26
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Kia ora all.

I have Nokia BH-503 Bluetooth Stereo Headset paired very nicely and simply with the HTC Desire.

Anybody noticed a wicked performance drop if joined to Bluetooth headset?  everything is less responsive when the tunes are rocking over them.  Instead of rebooting when i'd finished with the bluetooth and turned it off, I left it overnight but still felt the phone was running a little less than best in the am.

Thoughts?




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  Reply # 324657 29-Apr-2010 12:29
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heavenly_wild:
bendigo:
heavenly_wild: Sounds very promising! I am definitely looking seriously into buying this phone.

Guys, if I buy the HTC that is Telstra compliant, it should work on Telecom XT, right?


.... theres a problems with the gps for the NextG HTC Desire which is the Telstra compliant equilvalent for Telecom XT network at the mo... a fix is coming but not here yet...


Is it a software issue?  If I purchase one from Asia that's only Telstra compliant (rather than from Telstra), would that ensure it should work on XT straight away?  Thanks in advance. 


...sorry ...don't know about this...only know what I've read on google and it seems that a ROM update is needed to fix the gps issue for the NextG Telstra HTC Desire form Aussie.

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