I'm sure this subject has been beat to death, but I was bored earlier this evening and decided to do some experimentation. I was interested in finding a good program with which to sync play lists, music, pictures, movies, etc. As it turns out, Media GO works really well. I have been using it as my default music player for some time now because of the "Sense Me" play list option. I'm still pretty new here and I hadn't seen anything posted regarding this program and it's INC compatibility.
I bought a Htc Desire which is a Telus phone it is supposed to be unlocked and runs on Hspa 1900mhz and 850 mhz, but Sasktel's website says that it doesn't seem to be compatible. So the question is why? It appears this device is not compatible with the SaskTel 3G+ network. If you believe your device should be compatible and the tool does not recognize it, please bring it to a SaskTel store or authorized dealer for more information.
Does anyone know a good/working mini bluetooth keyboard (or even micro USB) that works with the Desire without a root. It would be good if it had a dock so it was "attached" to the keyboard, and excellent if it could be used to play games, e.g. SNESOID etc or Quake 3 etc. Micro USB might be better if such a thing exists due to the dodgy nature of the Desire's bluetooth.
I was recently hired to work on mobile Ajax applications. This is the first time I do this, as I always worked on usual Ajax sites on common web browsers. I'd need a framework and possibly a toolkit that works both on IPhone and Android... capable of abstracting the mobile browser the same way jQuery does with desktop browsers. I've seen JQTOUCH, but it seems very much IPhone oriented. I'd like something more cross platform and lighter. Do you have any idea?
I'm wondering if its possible to use the android as a bluetooth keyboard.
I want to hook the android up to my macbook pro to use it as a keyboard. my macbook has a broken screen so i use an external monitor now. i want to set the computer up somewhere more discretely but i don't have another keyboard to use. is this possible?
Since Bluetooth is sketchy on the Hero, I figure it would be useful to have a list of peoples' experiences with different devices. If you have a Bluetooth device, please reply with it's manufacturer, name, the exact OS you are using, and how well it works. I'll try to keep this post updated.
Stock 2.1: * Blueant Interphone (motorcycle helmet bluetooth) -- Works * Jawbone Icon -- Works for both voice and A2DP * Parrot CK3100 car kit -- Works for voice and enables voice dial * Plantronics Voyager Pro -- Works * 2010 Mazda 3 GT with Bose stereo system -- Works for voice but not A2DP * Blue Ant T1 -- Does not work properly
Stock 1.5: * Blueparrott B250-XT -- Works * Foxl G-2 Bluetooth speaker -- Works
Fresh 2.3.3: * Blue Ant T1 -- Does not work properly
The Droid is a computer with a phone.Old guys need a real keyboard.The Palm Clie had a fold up keyboard that went to full size and plugged into the Clie.So when are we going to get a blue tooth full size keyboard? I only want 5% of the net for this idea!
Has anyone used china made bluetooth keyboard on the galaxy s? I've just found nice pretty nice keyboard.. Android foldable bluetooth keyboard - Mini bluetooth keyboard droid - Cheap China-made Mini Bluetooth Keyboard for Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile @ TouchQWERTY.com
I connect my GNex via MHL to my TV. I also have a Nexus 7. Is there any possible way to use my N7 as a remote control/bluetooth keyboard to control my GNex? Run a VNC Server on the phone and a VNC Viewer on the tablet, but this is laggy.
I currently have the Samsung Galaxy (I7500). I have it for a year+ now. A couple of months ago I wanted to buy the Desire, but I decided its too early for an upgrade (big mistake). It's very hard for me to keep waiting for the perfect device since I hate my galaxy so much. So my question is which phone would you recommend? IPhone 4 no way ofcourse, Samsung Galaxy S no way cause Samsung really screwed things up with the original galaxy (and it has no Flash), which leaves me with HTC Desire HD or Desire Z. The DHD has an extremely weak battery, and I want my next phone to last a day (moderate user). So, is the Desire Z worth the money? The things that bother me with the Desire Z are:
1. Weight - It weigh 180 grams! Thats sick, way too much. (the Desire is about 135, which isn't light, but not heavy either) 2. Battery life - I'm not sure how long does it last under moderate usage. 3. Size - its quite big, and its especially because of the keyboard, which I don't really need / care about.So, Whats your opinion?
Im sure I saw on a thread that someone had 'Lets play Golf' by Gameloft on their Desire.This post on the Gameloft Forum suggests that Gameloft games are not compatible.Gameloft HD Games for Desire and others? Can someone please confirm that these games will work on the Desire ?
I am trying to use the bluetooth to transfer files from my laptop to hero and vice versa with no luck. I was then told the hero does not support file transfer or something along those lines??Can someone tell me what the bluetooth is actually good for? Can I pair it with bluetooth headphones etc?
I used to use the keyboard app for the HTC but after flashing Kangerade my eoeappinstaller force closes so I can't install the HTC keyboard mod and I hate the droid version. know how I can get the HTC keyboard app?
Will this memory card be any good for my Desire or will I need a different one. I need one that is just cheap and not too slow. Wanted too store pictures etc. http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3564175/Sandisk-8GB-Micro-SDHC-Memory-Card/Product.html
The stock Android keyboard is pretty inaccurate for me.If it wasn't for word prediction and correction it would be a real nightmare to use. Samsung keyboard is okay but the space bar is way too small, I end up typing.words.like.this.I'm really diggin' SWYPE.It seems real fast and pretty accurate. Was just wondering if there was a better alternative to the stock Android keyboard that comes in the form of a downloadable app or such?I have seen the Droid X keyboard available somewhere.
I just feel like there generally too much lag on the Hero's keyboard, I'm running 2.0d, I flashed the xda v26 keyboard by jonas, its usable but, there has to be something better and please no Swype suggestions.
I bought my HTC Desire a few weeks ago in Korea and I have trouble with the keyboard detecting my touch properly. I tried to go calibrate the damn thing but when I go into Settings<language and keyboard the only options available are Select Local which leads to either Korean or English language and DioPen IME which leads to a bunch of options but none of which are keyboard calibrate. Is there anyway for me to calibrate the keyboard? I've tried downloading different keyboards from the market to see if they work better but when I select them in the language and keyboard folder they still don't work so I don't know what to do.
I have a weird issue with my Desire and my Ford Mondeo Bluetooth audio system. The Phone bonds with the car audio system no problem, receives calls etc., exactly as expected - and after a recent (unexpected), update to my cars radio firmware I can use the bluetooth audio feature which controls my media player in the handset from the steering wheel controls! No problems, Except! Even when I'm not using the bluetooth audio feature - i.e. listening to the cars radio or ipod etc., the audio from the desire still gets routed to the car audio system, effectively muting the phone. So when I use the navigation within the phone I get no audible routing directions, even if I switch the cars radio to play the bluetooth audio I still can't really hear the navigation because the inbuilt htc audio player refuses to stop playing (the car keeps unpausing the device). It would be nice to disable the bluetooth audio and leave only the phone connection but can't seem to figure out if that's even possible.
I have deleted all content in bluetooth folder via Astro file manager from my SD card but the name of the deleted files still remained in bluetooth folder. Is there any way to clear it off? anyone has any idea? Thanks a lot.
I have connected the Nokia BH-905 to my Desire both phone audio and media audio. Unfortunately when placing calls the phone does not switch to the headset to make calls. Am I missing an additional setting to switch from the phone's mic and speakers to my the connected bluetooth headset or is this a bug in the software?