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Ultimate Geek


  # 372466 25-Aug-2010 08:50
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eXDee: Updated to LeeDroid 1.9a with new radio and Carbon Fibre mod, looks and runs awesome.


How do you find the battery life?

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  # 372762 25-Aug-2010 16:50
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Giggs:
eXDee: Updated to LeeDroid 1.9a with new radio and Carbon Fibre mod, looks and runs awesome.


How do you find the battery life?


It's pretty good. The charge from yesterday is still going strong even though I used the GPS / Navigation for  an hour today. Well I've also installed SetCPU and chose the new interactive governor and that seems to have a cumulative positive effect. I haven't yet created any profiles in SetCPU so I presume if I did I could save more power (for eg, setting it to underclock when the screen is locked).

 
 
 
 


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  # 373845 28-Aug-2010 09:00
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I just noticed HTC sync 3 is now available for many devices, rather than just the Wildfire.

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  # 374000 28-Aug-2010 18:07
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d3Xt3r:
Giggs:
eXDee: Updated to LeeDroid 1.9a with new radio and Carbon Fibre mod, looks and runs awesome.


How do you find the battery life?


It's pretty good. The charge from yesterday is still going strong even though I used the GPS / Navigation for  an hour today. Well I've also installed SetCPU and chose the new interactive governor and that seems to have a cumulative positive effect. I haven't yet created any profiles in SetCPU so I presume if I did I could save more power (for eg, setting it to underclock when the screen is locked).


After using it for a couple of days now what do you think your average battery life is like? Also are you liking the rom

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  # 374016 28-Aug-2010 19:46
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Hey guys, played with an HTC Desire in-store today here in Aussie. I wanted to test whether it could upload files from the phone storage drive to the web. The upload button was greyed out and it read, "Unload disabled".

Does this mean it is possible to browse for files and it was just the phone settings stopping it from doing so?

Thanks in advance guys!

dpw



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  # 374019 28-Aug-2010 19:54
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heavenlywild: Hey guys, played with an HTC Desire in-store today here in Aussie. I wanted to test whether it could upload files from the phone storage drive to the web. The upload button was greyed out and it read, "Unload disabled".

Does this mean it is possible to browse for files and it was just the phone settings stopping it from doing so?

Thanks in advance guys!


Umm...not sure what's happened to that one. I am able to upload files to my server at home. Having said that I do have a slight problem selecting files. When I try to select files I was presented only with Gallery, Music, and other apps that limit my file selection to certain file types.

Anyone else experienced this? 




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  # 374020 28-Aug-2010 19:59
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dpw:
heavenlywild: Hey guys, played with an HTC Desire in-store today here in Aussie. I wanted to test whether it could upload files from the phone storage drive to the web. The upload button was greyed out and it read, "Unload disabled".

Does this mean it is possible to browse for files and it was just the phone settings stopping it from doing so?

Thanks in advance guys!


Umm...not sure what's happened to that one. I am able to upload files to my server at home. Having said that I do have a slight problem selecting files. When I try to select files I was presented only with Gallery, Music, and other apps that limit my file selection to certain file types.

Anyone else experienced this? 


OK sounds like that phone (Telstra one) had the setting disabled?!?!  Still, would like to know whether I can pick and choose what files to upload (Office files to picture files etc).  This would be a huge bonus for me! This is also why I am heading away from the iPhone. 

 
 
 
 


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  # 374026 28-Aug-2010 20:27
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Just solved my problem by installing Blackmoon File Browser. Not sure if that's the best file browser out there - there are a few listed on the market. So yeah, I was able to pick any file from the SD card to upload.




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  # 374069 29-Aug-2010 01:27
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dpw: Just solved my problem by installing Blackmoon File Browser. Not sure if that's the best file browser out there - there are a few listed on the market. So yeah, I was able to pick any file from the SD card to upload.


Thanks dpw, definitely heading towards an HTC in the coming months! 

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  # 374175 29-Aug-2010 13:08
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Deadpool:
d3Xt3r:
Giggs:
eXDee: Updated to LeeDroid 1.9a with new radio and Carbon Fibre mod, looks and runs awesome.


How do you find the battery life?


It's pretty good. The charge from yesterday is still going strong even though I used the GPS / Navigation for  an hour today. Well I've also installed SetCPU and chose the new interactive governor and that seems to have a cumulative positive effect. I haven't yet created any profiles in SetCPU so I presume if I did I could save more power (for eg, setting it to underclock when the screen is locked).


After using it for a couple of days now what do you think your average battery life is like? Also are you liking the rom


Definately good, it's lasting for more than a day with moderate GPS usage, music and downloads. Note that
1) I've installed SetCPU and selected the new 'Interactive' governor
2) Installed the new radio which came out last week (32.44.00.32u_5.09.05.30_2)
3) I'm using 2G instead of 3G
4) I turn off auto-sync whenever I'm not actively using the phone.

I've also turned off live wallpapers so all in all the battery life is excellent!

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Master Geek


  # 374830 31-Aug-2010 12:21
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New radio update (32.46.xxx...) for our Desires has been released and can be downloaded from xda here :)

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Wannabe Geek


  # 374983 31-Aug-2010 16:08
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update:
my 2.2 upgrade arrived over the air late last night. (mine being an expert info model)
im pleased to say it installed fine and this morning it was running the upgrade.
now to see what apps or new things i should do now im running the later software.. suggestions? i will trawl thru this massive thread as well

Mark

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Master Geek


  # 374990 31-Aug-2010 16:15
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Maybe you could start moving the apps that allow you to move them over to your SD card and free up some of that precious memory/space? :)

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  # 375431 1-Sep-2010 19:02
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Thanks for that radio update!

Also, LeeDrOiD v2.0a is out, featuring 720p lag fixes, bloat removal and more tweaks!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=768703

A new thread was created for this as the old one got too big (over 1100 pages!) but my joy was short-lived - the thread was already over 70 pages long when I first found it :/

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  # 375499 1-Sep-2010 21:17
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I got my Desire today! Finally!
I was rather surprised to find 2.2 preloaded! :D

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