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If you have a modern Android phone, you know the pain of turning on your phone at 5pm only to realise it’s deep in a low-battery coma. Here are the simple manual changes, and clever automatic tweaks, that will keep your phone awake and useful for far longer. There are a lot of different things that can kill your phone’s battery, and often they’re things you don’t even need. We’ve mentioned quite a few of these before, but if you’re having serious battery life issues on your phone, make sure you check each of these settings, features, and customisations to make sure you’re getting the best battery life possible out of your phone. The Features That Draw Battery Power There are quite a few settings and features on your phone that will drain battery life, sometimes without your even realising it.
iPhoneToday will give your Clone the appearance and feel of an iPhone. Install the cab file to your device and you will have two options as how you want to execute the file. The first option is as per the developer: your Today screen must be reset from the Settings menu to have no other items present other than iPhoneToday. In essence your Clone will still look like a Windows smartphone. The second option, which I recommend highly, is to copy iPhoneToday's LNK file from WM Programs to Windows StartUp directory.
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SparkFun is an online retail store that sells the bits and pieces to make your electronics projects possible. Whether it's a robot that can cook your breakfast or a GPS cat tracking device, our products and resources are designed to make the world of electronics more accessible to the average person. In addition to products, SparkFun also offers classes and a number of online tutorials designed to help educate individuals in the wonderful world of embedded electronics. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
http://www.nuerom.com/BlogEngine/pos...11-update.aspx update again: I uploaded the wrong cab, if you download 1.1 and it said 1.0 - you got the wrong version, please download again. thanks! GSM now supported!
DealExtreme: $9.72 2200mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery with Battery Cover for HTC T3232/Touch 3GTo enable volume discounts on this site, use coupon code: BULKRATE during checkout. You will see a discount applied at the bottom of the shopping cart. Competitive pricing is available.
Flash phone Quote: No software required to flash the phone,you have to flash the phone using the memory card,you have to format the memory card in FAT ,then you have to get the rom .As far as i can tell only the chinese have the roms in a special format, the name and format of the rom is SMART.UPR, you put in on the memory card,insert it into the phone,turn off the phone then press the green talk button,the big center(ok) button and the power button togeather and the falsh screen will come up and start installing the rom,you will see a green progress bar.After it is finished just press the reset button and you are good to go. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
[REF] China Clone (SKU 12811 from DealExtreme - DX) Hi dudes. Here's the deal: I have read the entire forum seeking information on how to flash ROMs on the china clone for HTC Touch (also know as Dopod S1 , Elf , P3450 , etc.), especially the one sold by DealExtreme ( www.dealextreme.com ), under SKU 12811 , and, after tried ALL the ones available, did not find any working method so far . So, this thread is meant to solve this problem only.
From XDA-Developers Have you already browsed HTC_Blueangel ? There is now a working Linux Kernel and HaRET at BlueangelKernel 5 minute install guide for linux on the blue angel: BlueAngel_Linux
There are tons of great reasons to root your Android phone , but once you do, you'll likely be overwhelmed with all the custom ROM options out there. Here's how to go about finding—and installing—the one that fits your needs. Images by Bretty Yoncak .