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Topic # 85942 28-Jun-2011 15:57
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I have an HTC Desire HD which on FRoyo had no issues with the mPass app which I love. However using it recently with GB and it doesn't want to connect to server. Says Unable to connect to server please try again later.
Have uninstalled and re installed it twice. Am running stock ROM with OTA update to 2.3.

Anyone else had this issue? It may not be GB related?

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  Reply # 493016 13-Jul-2011 18:46
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Same problem on my desire s running GB. Have tried running it on my WiFi and mobile network. Any luck yet?



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Reply # 495050 18-Jul-2011 22:35
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Still not working, it must be a GB issue, no useful advice from Air New Zealand IT dept. Tried re instaling various times but no luck.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 495053 18-Jul-2011 22:55
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Working fine on my Huawei IDEOS X5, which is apparently very similar in hardware to the Desire HD.
I know that doesn't help though.

As a last resort, have you tried a factory reset?

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  Reply # 495375 19-Jul-2011 18:02
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Working fine for me on a galaxy s (was on a samsung ginger rom before and didn't have any issues, and seems to be all good on MIUI too.



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  Reply # 497401 24-Jul-2011 19:51
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This problem was solved last night with the update to 2.3.3  software number  2.50.405.2, did it ota and it seemed to makes things a bit smoother, wifi connection is more consistent....AND YES MPASS IS NOW WORKING!!!! Just in the nick of time actually as i'm off to New York this week and flight times come in handy. Factory reset didn't work, guess it was just how GB and my phone interacted.

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  Reply # 497430 24-Jul-2011 20:50
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DarkVader: This problem was solved last night with the update to 2.3.3  software number  2.50.405.2, did it ota and it seemed to makes things a bit smoother, wifi connection is more consistent....AND YES MPASS IS NOW WORKING!!!! Just in the nick of time actually as i'm off to New York this week and flight times come in handy. Factory reset didn't work, guess it was just how GB and my phone interacted.


I must admit I didn't try mPass after the first GB update until I saw your OP.  I too have 2.50.405.2 (and mPass is okay) and while wifi appears fine, I am finding the GPS performance is much degraded.  It is very slow to find and lock satellites now. I would be interested to hear how it works on your trip to NY.

By the look of some forums I'm not the only one....




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  Reply # 497696 25-Jul-2011 17:20
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Dingbatt:
DarkVader: This problem was solved last night with the update to 2.3.3  software number  2.50.405.2, did it ota and it seemed to makes things a bit smoother, wifi connection is more consistent....AND YES MPASS IS NOW WORKING!!!! Just in the nick of time actually as i'm off to New York this week and flight times come in handy. Factory reset didn't work, guess it was just how GB and my phone interacted.


I must admit I didn't try mPass after the first GB update until I saw your OP.  I too have 2.50.405.2 (and mPass is okay) and while wifi appears fine, I am finding the GPS performance is much degraded.  It is very slow to find and lock satellites now. I would be interested to hear how it works on your trip to NY.

By the look of some forums I'm not the only one....


Disregard the above.  I contacted HTC support and they had me re-install 'Locations' and its associated maps and hey presto the GPS was operating as expected again.  Can't see how an App that uses the GPS can affect its performance when its not even operating but it seems to.  I wonder if there are any other Apps that may have been affected by the update?




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  Reply # 505749 12-Aug-2011 20:40
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all fixed with the HTC device update last night, also fixed was a damn random reboot problem i was having. working well! 

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