I have got 2GETHER a new contact manager. That is really decent and combines a classic local contact and group management with new and social networking features. So I can send SMS and E-Mails to different groups very quick and export/import my contacts from every major contact management software and most mobile phones. 2GETHER synchronizes than all my contacts in the real-time. 2GETHER?s map options dynamically displays my location, the addresses of my contacts, the current location of other 2GETHER users, and much more.
Ever since we released Contacts Blast a few months ago people have been asking us for a demo version to try before you buy. You asked and we listened! I'm pleased to announce the release of Contacts Blast Lite to the Android marketplace! Contacts Blast Lite has nearly all of the amazing features of the full version that hundreds of people have come to love but at a try-before-you-buy price: FREE! Getting Contacts Blast on your Android smartphone has never been easier before. You can now download Contacts Blast Lite for free and get the sleek, high quality and stream-lined user interface with loads of features not available in standard contact management apps. You get all the high quality graphics, the polished icons, the smooth scrolling and everything else that makes Contacts Blast one app you will be using to show off your phone to your friends and family.
Contacts Blast Lite includes many of the exciting features of the full Contacts Blast including:............
I got my desire last week and everything was good until last night when i changed my googlemail address to gmail. I looked across the forum and found that the best thing to do was reset the phone. I did this and all was perfect once more until I went to go to college and was listening to music but couldn't change tracks or pause using the hands-free kit. I have no idea how to get it working again and don't know if the reset had anything to do with it stopping working. All I know is it worked perfectly the other day.
Anyway, I just wanted for everyone to post their favorite Task Manager/Killer, and why, and if there are any flaws. I personally use Advanced Task Killer Free. It has a simple UI, and the when you select or unselect apps it remebers it so next time you launch the app you can only remove the apps that you usually do, and keep ones that always run. It doesn't slow down or break the system.
I ignored a wifi network with the HTC Desire WiFi manager. Now the network is not listed and do not know how it reappear. Do you have any ideas?Can you suggest me an applications that manage networks, including the ignored networks?
Can anyone recommend a good password manager app for the HTC Desire? I'm looking for an app that will allow entry of custom fields, back-up/synch to somewhere securely, and can export the records to a non-encrypted format (in case i ever change phones).I've had a good look around the Market be can't see anything suitable.
I backed up a ROM using rom manager so i could try a new one, but if i want to restore the old one do i just do so right on top of the current one. i.e. no wiping required? Or should i wipe, get ROM manager and then restore?
I hope that this is an easy one for the root masters on here.Firstly i have successfully rooted my Desire by using the unrevoked3 app so now went though without a hitch and root was successful as i have installed ROM Manger from the Market.ive clicked on the ClockworkMod Recover and that has installed fine.Ive done the Backup Current Rom and its created a folder on my SD card with the back up.Now i want to simply add A2SD or even A2SD+ as they both appear to do the same to me?Ive manually backed up my SD card as i know it needs to partition it but is it simply a case of going through that option or do i need to flash a custom ROM to it?LeeDROID looks like a good option as i like the standard set up pretty much just with launcher pro rather than Sense which i could add after?Lastly, if it all goes wrong how do i restore the backup ive created?
I was on the modaco rom but decided to try a different rom from xda. I used ROM manager but the screen was stuck on the HTC screen so i decided to cancel it. I did the follwing but its still stuck on the HTC screen. Turn off, hold vol down and press power. Boot into HBOOT. Use vol up and down to move through the menu and power to select. From here, Select recovery. At the screen with the desire and red triangle, press vol up and power. Select Wipe data/factory reset.
I want SIM Free Phone for my birthday in 2 weeks. Where to buy the phone quickly. CPW guy said the other day that its available SIM free. Today, looked into the computer and says they have taken out the option of selling it SIM free.
So, I just got myself the Desire, and I'm trying to establish how my phone's doing, in terms of RAM, compared to the rest of you.At the moment, I've got 134MB of RAM, but it can go as low as 40MB. Despite me not being able to actually feel that, it bugs me that it's so low. So what are you guys getting?
I found a good price on an unlocked HTC Desire but its labeled as "Sim Free/ unlocked". Does this mean I cannot insert my current sim card into this phone?
Just a side note/rant. Sales reps have no clue about anything so I prefer to ask here. When I've inquired whether a particular stock of Desires was AMOLED or SLCD most simply read the website's description. When I told them about SLCD they had no idea there was a manufacturing change. One guy told me "We don't know whats in the boxes".
My only SD card is the one in my phone (its a goldcard) I installed rom manager did a SD card partition, it deleted everything on my card. Did I just destroy my goldcard? Also, my phone loads up fine etc. but i am on the stock desire FW and I have no market or google apps anymore (after the partition).
I have an android desire, but I can only access free apps in the market place. I have an app that offers a paid upgrade but when i click to the market place, tere is nothing there. I think this is because im in Singapore, and perhaps paid apps reot offered? (I think something similar with iphone is in place) Is there a way to pay for the apps on my pc then put on my phone?
I always buy my handsets sim free, and with my move from Symbian to Android imminent I'm looking to make sure I get a proper, "nothing to do with any network or their trashy tweaks" Desire. Question is, where's the best place to get such a Desire that's definitely not got operator firmware tucked away on it? I appreciate "sim free" should mean this, but can people recommend the likes of Amazon or Play.com (UK stores) for such handsets?
I'm currently waiting for the Desire to come out on O2, but am still not sure whether this is the best thing to do, or whether I should just get it SIM free and get an O2 Simplicity SIM (I want O2 because of the data allowance and because I know the coverage is good here, unlike other networks).My issues are, if I get it on O2 will it be ruined by them, covered in O2 stuff inside and out. But, if I get it SIM free, will it be difficult to set up when I put the SIM in, for messaging/internet access/whatever. I'm not that techie minded so if it's complicated to set all this up on a SIM free phone I might struggle.
I am cancelling my personal contract as I have a company supplied win 7 phone but would like to continue to use the apps on my android at home using the WiFi. I have tried it without the sim but I cannot get past the 'no sim detected' screen after turning it on. The only options are shut down or restart.
Is there any modification, setting or app I can use to bypass the requirement for an active sim card?
Just plucked up the courage to root my Desire. And now want to have a go at installing Froyo and looking for the easiest way. I've looked at ROM Manager and was wondering if its worth getting the paid version as it says you can get all the popular ROMs downloaded to your phone. Was wondering how good this app is and if anyone has had problems with getting the ROMs.