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  Reply # 337823 3-Jun-2010 14:10
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Hell the download is slow? The whole planet must be doing it.

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  Reply # 337825 3-Jun-2010 14:14
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kiwitrc: Hell the download is slow? The whole planet must be doing it.


Hmmm did you manually start it before me? Because mine just started when I posted about it, and it's all done and dusted now. Oh and are you on WiFi or using 3G? I chose WiFi only cuz I'm at work.

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  Reply # 337826 3-Jun-2010 14:16
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Mine was over mobile network and it came through in a flash...




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  Reply # 337827 3-Jun-2010 14:16
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WIFI at work also. Only 43% done so far ?

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Reply # 337829 3-Jun-2010 14:20
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kiwitrc: WIFI at work also. Only 43% done so far ?


LOL! They probably don't approve of your comment about HTC programmers!




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kiwitrc: WIFI at work also. Only 43% done so far ?


LOL! They probably don't approve of your comment about HTC programmers!




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Reply # 337832 3-Jun-2010 14:22
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dpw:
kiwitrc: WIFI at work also. Only 43% done so far ?


LOL! They probably don't approve of your comment about HTC programmers!


Yeah they must put me on dial up. Just did a speedtest on our DSL, gettig about 8megs down but latency is 450ms which is massive.

OK sorted it, went and stood near the WIFI box. Weak signal in my office. Done.

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  Reply # 337837 3-Jun-2010 14:28
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downloaded in a flash here.... just took about 5 mins to install, all looking good though.  pity it's not froyo

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  Reply # 337841 3-Jun-2010 14:35
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bendigo:

...have you tried subsonic music streamer?.... free from android market

Not yet, but just installed it now, cheers!

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  Reply # 337862 3-Jun-2010 15:06
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Bugger Sim icon is back

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  Reply # 337864 3-Jun-2010 15:12
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Has anyone actually noticed any difference/improvement after the latest OTA update? The only thing I noticed is Quickoffice now has a different icon - that's about it...




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  Reply # 337892 3-Jun-2010 15:51
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There's now a message counter beside each threaded "chat" in the default Messages app, which counts how many messages have been sent/received between you and that specific contact.

And apparently the YouTube app has been updated too. I've never used the YouTube app so I can't really say if there are any noticeable improvements.

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Anyone got problem of using non-factory USB cable? I use the factory power adaptor with a non-factory USB cable at home. It charges real slow. However, I use the factory usb cable at work, only plunging it onto the PC without the power adaptor . It charges real fast. Seems the factory USB cable is kinda special? Anyone has similar situation or any suggestion? Cheers.

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  Reply # 337919 3-Jun-2010 16:26
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@NZTechfreak

I have a couple of questions, if you don't mind :)

1.   How do I see my history in Dolphin HD browser ?  I sometimes need to get back to a website I can't remember the name of...

2.   I got a 32GB Sandisk microSDHC card too - and when i tried formatting it using the Desire, it seemed to format incorrectly and cause a disk error.  Did you have this issue?  I ended up formatting it using my laptop and a card reader, using the default FAT32 allocation unit size (and it has worked fine for the past 2 days at least).  Do you think the allocation unit size makes any difference?

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  Reply # 337990 3-Jun-2010 18:57
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forgot10: Anyone got problem of using non-factory USB cable? I use the factory power adaptor with a non-factory USB cable at home. It charges real slow. However, I use the factory usb cable at work, only plunging it onto the PC without the power adaptor . It charges real fast. Seems the factory USB cable is kinda special? Anyone has similar situation or any suggestion? Cheers.


I bought two cables from a Telecom shop (not a common product yet) and both were faulty. PC can't connect and gives a faulty device error. Nokia cable and the default HTC cable are sweet.




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