Yesterday, I flashed an new ROM to my HTC One M8 with CyanogenMod Installer app. I followed the exactly as a tutorial video did. But the process failed at the last step during ROM installation,maybe caused by some network error. When I powered on my device today, all of the data including phone contacts, SMS and media files were gone, like a factory rest.
Does anyone know how to get the data back? Is there any chance to successfully recover it? Thanks
Mistakenly deleted videos, images or any important folder from your Android Phone is a very common mistakes there are many people who faced this same problem and I believe that everyone wants to recover their deleted data. Recovering data is not an ea... (continues)
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Whoever says this phone doesn't take good pics is full of it. I own this phone now and I can honestly say I'm quite pleased with the results.
Yes, I played around with a GS5 at the store and saw pics taken with it online and I agree the GS5 takes slightly better pics but to me the difference is only marginal.
The One's camera excels the GS5 in other areas. I think it's sort of a trade off you know. But sites like The Verge complaining about how bad the One's camera is are full of $hit, IMO. Samsung fanboys are also hating with their overrated ugly plastic machine as well. Sorry
HTC really went all out with this phone. It is a stunning piece of art. Only the iPhone beats it in terms of build quality... (continues)
Phone Scoop is my primary go to site for news and reviews. This review was again another fine coverage editorial.
I do feel that Eric's preference for metal phones as become adherent and obvious in these articles. However, the basis of nature in what the devices he tests, encompasses articulate hands-on usage.
While the HTC still lacks what I feel is more important to everyday needs or possible scenerios over physical attributes, HTC is on its way of regaining my business. It needs to address the accessibility of the battery. Even with today's smartphones, I'm still seeing a great number of devcies suffering battery issues. Not surprising considering that the current battery is based on 30 year old technology. Knowing first hand of t... (continues)
There are so many Android handsets on the market, nothing really stands out. As nice as this handset is, If they'd wanted to start something, they should've packaged Windows Phone in this wonderful piece of hardware.