Here are easy instructions for removing the back (bottom) cover and installing a microsd card on the Virgin Mobile HTC One V Android phone: Bottom coverhttp://www.htc.com/help/in/howto_iframe.aspx?id=166989&type=1&p_id=439Replacing the bottom cover Important: Antennas are placed underneath the cover. To get the best signal for calls and data connection, be sure to secure the cover tightly. Storage cardhttp://www.htc.com/help/in/howto_iframe.aspx?id=166991&type=1&p_id=439Inserting the storage card Take the bottom cover off. Insert the microSD™ card into the storage card slot with its gold contacts facing down and push
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iPhone 5 4.1mm lens, to give a 33mm equivalent field of view (source) iPhone 4S 4.3mm lens, 35mm equivalent view (source) Nokia Lumia 920 F2.0 26mm equivalent view 16:9, 28mm for 4:3 (source) HTC One X F/2.0 3.6mm lens, 28mm equivalent view (source) HTC Windows Phone 8X F2.0 28mm (source) backside illuminated sensor HTC One V (samples)
The PlayBook tablet has some nice features built in: screenshot capability originally missing in Android, but in iOS for a long time Wifi file sharing (using SAMBA, i.e. the default file sharing protocol that Windows uses ) this can be accomplished on Android with 3rd parties apps and be fairly tightly integrated into the OS. on iOS, some apps utilize SAMBA but the locked down nature of the iOS file system makes it much less useful that BlackBerry’s straight-up file
WiMax to be exact. Downloads speeds were around 10mbs max, 5mbs min. I did not have a chance to test the upload speeds. Device used for test: Motorola Photon Location of test: inside the Verizon store at 14th and Wyatt Earp!
Sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between the various Samsung Galaxy Player models, so here is the comparison between them: 🙂 All players: Android™ (Version 2.3.5 Gingerbread) What’s Different between the players Model Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0 YP-G1CWY/XAA Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 YP-G70CWY/XAA Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 YP-GS1CB/XAA Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2) YP-GI1CB/XAA Display Resolution Overlay WVGA (800 x 480) WVGA (800 x 480) VGA (480 x 320) WVGA (800 x 480) Display Screen Size Overlay 4.0″ 5.0″ 3.65″ 4.2″ Battery
This is one of my favorite Android apps, it lets you reboot your device (tablet, phone, etc.) with one touch and it is available on the Google Play store! Reboot Widget – Android Apps on Google Playhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.schreinerDev.rebootwidget&feature=search_resultDescription- ROOT REQUIRED –This widget will reboot (restart) your phone, Remember ‘Allow’ in Superuser for fast 1 click rebooting of your phone.
Samantha got me a really cool little Android tablet for my birthday. 🙂 I will write more about it soon. But to start with, here are the specs: Size: 190*120*10mm, Weight: About 450 g. LCD Resolution: 7 inch 800 x 480 pixels. Output: Cable, HDMI & CVBS Output to HDTV. Touchscreen: 5 point. CPU: 1.Processor: A10 1GHZ-1.2GHZ (1.5GHz at Max) Multi Core. 2. PMU (Power Management system): AXP209. 3.GPU ( 3D Graph Engine): Mali-400 GPU @350MHZ. Camera: Front Camera 0.3MP,
2012.07.20 UPDATE: So far the battery life with the extended battery is simply phenomenal! I recently purchased a Hyperion extended battery for my Motorola Photon (about $18 on Amazon). Mugen is another popular brand of extended batteries, however, they seem to be $60+. So for now I am pleased to try out this lower cost battery and see how it performs After switching to an extended battery it seems that the Photon will report that the battery is running down fairly quickly