Just a reminder that the official 2.3 update will be released tomorrow, June 3, 2011 (manually), and on June 6, 2011 (OTA). At long last!
Hopefully they push out some speed fixes sometime soon. https://market.android.com/details?id=com.netflix....
I got one for 8 bucks that has a case, car and home charger, usb, and screen protector. For what I paid, it is a great kit. You can find similarly priced batteries as well (I got 2 2000mAh for $16). Just something to look at.
staff and I need to provide any type of remote support. One of the simplest and most cost effective solutions thus far is a product called Team Viewer. Non-commercial use is free right now until the end of month when it might become a paid app. It does require installing Team Viewer on the target PC and installation of the app on the mobile device. My stamp of approval is on this piece of software.
According to HTC.com it has 2.1 but according to Sprint.com it has 2.2.
purchased bigger battery/door same time as purchase of phone, however, Q1: can't seem to find any snap on case Q2: does powermat support bigger battery
I finally had it with the terrible virtual keyboard that comes stock on this thing and decided to take my chances with something form the Market and hope and pray it isn't a keylogger in disguise. So, I downloaded Full Keyboard by Haily Lin and it is great! Granted, I haven't used it for very long yet, but I did manage to send a long test SMS without having to use the backspace key even once to fix a typo. Oh, glorious day! Maybe now I can finally start to love this phone. :) If my...
The free version is adequate enough to get you by, and the Pro version offers a lot more customization options. Would love to hear what everyone else is finding.
I couldn't use this as a primary business phone, though if HTC were to design an easy-to-pop back for it, I think carrying around an extra battery would make this phone nearly ideal.
if a non-techie asked me for a recomendation for a modern phone, I'd tell them to grab an iPhone or a Pre. I believe Apple still has the "best" UI and even Palm's WebOS is much more user friendly then Android is today. And what little I've seen of Phone7, it will also be a better UI then Froyo. But I love the choices!