Hey buddies! Need ya help fast pls. Ma inspire 4g fell down wt its camera side smashing d ground. After pickin it, I put it in camera but displays nothing jst a blank/black screen; even d video. However, all oda tinz in da phone work perfectly xcept dt I can't take pix & use da video again. Pls, wotz da way out? I neva wanna lose mÃ¤ cherished device
Hi colleagues, pls help me. My bluetooth allows data 2 be transfered 4rm my inspire 4g but, does not receive. I av tried all means possible wt no success story. It shows pair but not connected. It indicates an incoming data but neva receive such. Wot can I do? Dis xperience makes ma device a hell 4 me.
Does anyone know if the Inspire will be getting the 4.0 update? I work for AT&T but I can't find any info on it. There is rumor that the Desire HD will be getting it (which has the same sofware and specs), but not the Inspire.
My upgrade isn't available until November, so I was planning on doing an early upgrade for the One X, but now that the early upgrade fee is $250 for any smartphone, I'm hoping I can hold out these next 7 months.
Work for them as well and the early upgrade fee is a joke if you have been with them for 4 or 5 years on your cell phone service I would upgrade you standard upgrade price, wouldn't even need manager override if you know how to do it right.
Bought two HTC Inspire 4Gs for me and my assistant. Within 1 day, they both started saying "No Sim Card." Only way to clear is to remove battery, let sit and reinsert. Need to do this 3-4 times a day. After 2 weeks, started crashing - went to black screen - no response on any button or on/off switch. Again, only cure is to remove battery. Happens about once a day, sometimes more. Battery life is horrible - doesn't make it through a work day. Researching alternatives now and hoping to find honest reviews. Will never buy another HTC anything! 😡
The same SIM card you have for your N72 will be compatible for the inspire device. You should still use the SIM card that came with the new device because SIM cards can become defective and it always good to use a new SIM card to receive the best ser... (continues)
I know currently all of AT&T's 4G handsets operate on the HSPA+ network. Will they be able to operate on the LTE network slated to go online later this year early next or will customers' have to buy new devices?
They won't work on LTE. And I know there are mixed feelings on this. To be honest, right now I'm perfectly happy using hspa+, data price is the same on my unlimited plan, its far more then I need for a smartphone device, even if I was to tether. No... (continues)
Make a folder on your SD card named "Notifactions" minus the quotes. Then move all the mp3s that you want as ring tones to that folder. Then go to where your ringtones are and they should be listed there.
I am a T-Mobile customer and have been comparing the two US GSM carriers. What puzzles me is the WCDMA 850 that is generally not offered on T-Mo phones except ones by Motorola. However, all AT&T phones seem to have it, regardless of the manufacturer. So I wonder what kind of data traffic is using WCDMA 850 and where. Anyone?
There is a feature that "searches" for your face when you turn the camera around to you and while automatically take the pic for you. That way you know you will end up taking a good picture of yourself even if you can't see yourself while taking the ... (continues)
Why would they do this to us, it has to be the worst decision ever made in the world of phone design. Who decided to super glue these battery covers onto the phone. Is it some kind of sick joke. You have to use a screw driver to pop it off.
By the way, contact HTC if you damage your phone while trying to get the cover off. I'm told they will ship you a new one.
Yeah.... but the Inspire is a much nicer phone and on a much better network. I dont care about the front facing camera. Im getting the 4G speeds in Houston and love it. the 4G network is much bigger than Sprints 4G network here.
So here's the HD2 finally running an official Android OS. What's with these companies anymore? What's so ground breaking about releasing a phone that's hasn't really changed that much? XDA developers and users worldwide have basically made this phone ... (continues)
As phonescoop has pointed out 4G is not yet perfect and is not available in most parts of the country. One additional problem that at&t has is that they have updated their HSPA towers to HSPA+ but are still implementing backhaul to the majority of these towers. Without the backhaul the upgrade to + will not have much of an increase in speed (if any). That means that even though the software from the tower tells the phone that it's on + most places might actually be running regular HSPA speeds. As he said in the article that can still be 5mbps or better, which can compete with or beat sprint's wimax. The down side is that HSPA can also be as low as 1mbps which is down with Verizon (yes there 3G because they do not have 4g on any phone at this... (continues)