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liveview and zte blade?

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has anyone tried it. wanted to know if it was giving people alot of problems before i get one. also anyone review one yet as cant find any on youtube

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has anyone tried it. wanted to know if it was giving people alot of problems before i get one. also anyone review one yet as cant find any on youtube

anyone?

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anyone?

Hello guys, I got my Blade yesterday in Hungary with 512MB RAM just like everyone else in the UK (despite of the last couple of months when T-mobile Hungary sold it with 256MB). So, i was very happy with that. Today, in the morning I got my Liveview too :) , so I can tell you soon how they work together. Cheers!

Update: So far, it's working fine. However, the connection drops are still there. So, I won't say the LV is stable. There are also some kind of bug, which I don't know whether LV related or caused by plug-ins. Sometimes the phone's processor run nearly around its maximum capacity, which will shortly kill the battery as well as the LV. The 6 plug-in limit seems to me like a joke, 6 ain't enough. Anyway, in January SE will update the frimware, so there is hope, it'll be better.

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Hey guys,

I've used The LiveView on my ZTE Blade, and it worked great!

I would recommend using CyanogenMod 7 for it though, it really help the connection!

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Hey guys,

I've used The LiveView on my ZTE Blade, and it worked great!

I would recommend using CyanogenMod 7 for it though, it really help the connection!

do you have to re-pair every time the connection drops?

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Refresh :)

Do you recommend me to buy LiveView ?

How does look the connection drops ? How often does this happen ?

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look around on the xda forum there's a good fix for the connection drop outs and pairing notification.

Been using my Blade and Liveview for a couple of weeks, yes the connection issue is a bit annoying, but that doesn't take anything away from how cool the liveview is, just wish they were more plugins for it!

The music plugin is a great one for showing the full potential of the device

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