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  Reply # 366108 11-Aug-2010 08:47
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With the move to 2.2 I need to get a bigger microSD card.  Can anyone recommend an 8 or 16Gb card?

Cheers

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  Reply # 366111 11-Aug-2010 08:56
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Sandisk always perform the best, don't buy into the manufacturers touting Class 10 cards - they actually benchmark slower than Sandisk.




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  Reply # 366216 11-Aug-2010 13:21
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I've got a Transcend Class 6 16gb card, and it works marvelously well :)

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  Reply # 366217 11-Aug-2010 13:26
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ok so how come if i do a manual search for updates in my system settings there is no update to 2.2 showing...

i have HTC desire from E infotech in Auckland.

AND if a application icon shows in the 'hold-home-button' menu does that mean its sitll running running in the background and thus using battery/RAM?

thanks..

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  Reply # 366223 11-Aug-2010 13:42
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drjekyll: ok so how come if i do a manual search for updates in my system settings there is no update to 2.2 showing...

i have HTC desire from E infotech in Auckland.

AND if a application icon shows in the 'hold-home-button' menu does that mean its sitll running running in the background and thus using battery/RAM?

thanks..


Not necessarily. It's just what apps you had open before/might want to reopen.
See http://geekfor.me/faq/you-shouldnt-be-using-a-task-killer-with-android/

Apps will be cached in RAM so they re-start up faster. RAM costs nothing battery wise and android will automatically flush the application cache if something else needs more ram.



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  Reply # 366498 11-Aug-2010 21:55
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NZtechfreak: Sandisk always perform the best, don't buy into the manufacturers touting Class 10 cards - they actually benchmark slower than Sandisk.


RevoWution:
I've got a Transcend Class 6 16gb card, and it works marvelously well :)


Thanks for the advice. 


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  Reply # 366531 11-Aug-2010 22:32
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Still after a 32gb microsd, not sure where to source it from though...

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  Reply # 366562 11-Aug-2010 23:30
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So am I but I think you can only get them from the states for $200+ and I think they are only class 2 which might not be fast enough for 720p video recording.

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  Reply # 366579 12-Aug-2010 00:25
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Looks like i'm going to unfortunately have to get a 16gb till then...

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  Reply # 366611 12-Aug-2010 08:22
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16gb via amazon.uk is the best deal I have found so far. 32gb still moonbeams!

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  Reply # 366627 12-Aug-2010 08:57
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Class 2 is just fine for 720P video, I use a 32GB card in my Galaxy S. They are disproportionately expensive right now though, for me it was worth it to have my whole music collection on my phone, may not be to others.




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  Reply # 366665 12-Aug-2010 10:10
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There is a deal on a Class 2 SANDisk 16GB MicroSDHC Memory card for $69.99... http://www.offtheback.co.nz/deals?product=sandisk-16gb-microsdhc-memory-card


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Reply # 366694 12-Aug-2010 11:16
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so.. i'm using Handcent SMS, and now i'm getting two notifications for each message... i can't find a way to uninstall the HTC built in messenger  - is there a way of doing this please...? 


and I still can't find the 2.2 update Frown 

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  Reply # 366695 12-Aug-2010 11:19
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drjekyll: so.. i'm using Handcent SMS, and now i'm getting two notifications for each message... i can't find a way to uninstall the HTC built in messenger  - is there a way of doing this please...? 


and I still can't find the 2.2 update Frown 


Go into the default "Messages" app, click your "Menu" button, then "Settings". Turn off all the notifications near the bottom of the "Settings" menu, and you'll only get Handcent notifications from now on :)

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  Reply # 366700 12-Aug-2010 11:30
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RevoWution:
drjekyll: so.. i'm using Handcent SMS, and now i'm getting two notifications for each message... i can't find a way to uninstall the HTC built in messenger  - is there a way of doing this please...? 


and I still can't find the 2.2 update Frown 


Go into the default "Messages" app, click your "Menu" button, then "Settings". Turn off all the notifications near the bottom of the "Settings" menu, and you'll only get Handcent notifications from now on :)


awesome - thank you!

can ya think of any reason why 2.2 wouldn't show up in an unlocked non-branded manual search?   

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