worcester4x4

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About worcester4x4

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  • Your Current Device(s)
    G2, TyTynII, XDA, Desire HD
  1. On XDA http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=855403 How did you get on?
  2. Android comes to the home phone!

    Exactly likewise. The only reason I have a landline at all is to get broadband.
  3. Desire HD Volume Much Too Low

    Interesting idea, but I don't think there is such a thing, not as part of the standard Android install anyway. Thanks for the idea though.
  4. Android comes to the home phone!

    http://bit.ly/cA6FTu Running 1.6. If it was 2.1 I'd definitely buy one, but not on 1.6.
  5. HTC Sense Alternative

    Personally, I prefer ADW.Launcher.
  6. Prevent apps from starting at boot?

    I just went into Taskiller to stop an app and saw that there are about 120 apps in the Running Tasks list! On my G2 there were only ever a dozen or so at worst. Some tasks are duplicated and appear, from Taskiller's point of view to be running multiple instances. In most cases, clicking Kill takes me to the running processes screen and stopping the task simply results in it restarting almost immediately. I then looked into Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Running and, yes, plenty of running processes. Click into an app to see further details and scroll to the bottom of the info screen and there's a "show All / Hide" button, click Show All and, without fail, all the apps are showing the ability to start on boot with no option to change this. These are things such as Gowalla, Foursquare, etc. There doesn't appear to be anything in the app settings relating to start on boot. This never was the case in any of the ROMs that I ran on my G2. How can I a) kill these "unkillable" apps? and b ) stop them from automatically starting on boot?
  7. Desire HD Volume Much Too Low

    Just tried that as well. Turned all sound to off in Settings, rebooted and then turned back up. No difference.
  8. Desire HD Volume Much Too Low

    Made no difference here :huh:
  9. DHD Battery Life

    Similar setup to you except fewer calls and using mainly wifi, not 3G. Also a couple of hours or so per day on Angry Birds. I'm getting very good battery life, last charge lasted 52 hours. Currently at 79% battery after 20 hours unplugged.
  10. DHD Battery Life

    47 hours now... 9% left :-)
  11. DHD Battery Life

    "Unplugged for 42 hours" Battery level = 14% I don't know why anyone is complaining about battery life. OK, I'm not using it intensively but I have been emailing, web browsing, texting, making the odd phone call (3 I think) and playing Angry Birds for about two hours.
  12. DHD Battery Life

    Battery Indicator - "Unplugged for 25 hours" 52% battery left. Not bad at all in my book.
  13. Desire HD Volume Much Too Low

    I emailed HTC support with a complaint about the speaker volume. They replied telling me how to access the volume controls in settings! I've emailed them back to explain..... :rolleyes: I also emailed T-Mob support with the same question, I've yet to get an answer.
  14. Desire HD Volume Much Too Low

    The speaker volume problem is a real shame, it's the one thing that lets the device down over the Galaxy S.
  15. Desire HD Volume Much Too Low

    Googling around I don't think I'm the only one to experience this issue. The ring tone volume, even at max is way, way too quiet to be usable. I can hardly hear it in a quiet room, once it's in a pocket and in a normal non-silent environment it's inaudible. Has anyone heard of a fix for this?

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