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HTC One / Re: Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Benz on May 24, 2018, 10:05:59 AM »
If it's taking you that long then you must have gotten a defective model.

I'd recommend sending it back to the service center or getting a replacement from wherever you bought it.
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HTC One / Re: Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Raiden on May 24, 2018, 10:05:44 AM »
Nope. Camera is disappointing, more crapware than average, many people report issues with the screen (and it seems to scratch a lot easier than you'd expect), speakers are awful, no headphone jack. On the bright side the battery life is good, it's pretty quick, it's lightweight.
That's a bummer that there's no headphone jack. I really don't like the way phones are going nowadays, they're becoming so greedy. Buy this and this just so you can charge your phone and listen to music
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HTC One / Re: Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Detonator on May 24, 2018, 10:05:33 AM »
Nope. Camera is disappointing, more crapware than average, many people report issues with the screen (and it seems to scratch a lot easier than you'd expect), speakers are awful, no headphone jack. On the bright side the battery life is good, it's pretty quick, it's lightweight.
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HTC One / Re: Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Raiden on May 24, 2018, 10:05:18 AM »
I can relate to you buddy. I bought a S7 after owning 4 htc's in the past. Piece of junk that Samsung. Just got myself a HTC U11 and it's the best phone yet.

Yes buy one

Samsung is sooo horrible. Didn't even mention this is my 3rd S8 and it just came out last summer haha. Is the U11 pretty durable and is it waterproof at all?
U11 is splashproof, not that I would ever get it wet. As for durability, I use the stock rear/side cover that comes with the phone and it is doing a great job protecting it. Screen is showing a few light scratches after 2 months. I work in landscaping so it's tough to keep it out of harms way
Oh okay, I know you're not the HTC salesman here haha, but do they make a phone that is a more 'rugged' version? I do a lot of work outside too and when I'm not working riding ATVs so it can get pretty beat up. Honestly probably just need a good case though
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HTC One / Re: Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Coudy on May 24, 2018, 10:05:06 AM »
I can relate to you buddy. I bought a S7 after owning 4 htc's in the past. Piece of junk that Samsung. Just got myself a HTC U11 and it's the best phone yet.

Yes buy one

Samsung is sooo horrible. Didn't even mention this is my 3rd S8 and it just came out last summer haha. Is the U11 pretty durable and is it waterproof at all?
U11 is splashproof, not that I would ever get it wet. As for durability, I use the stock rear/side cover that comes with the phone and it is doing a great job protecting it. Screen is showing a few light scratches after 2 months. I work in landscaping so it's tough to keep it out of harms way
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HTC One / Re: Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Raiden on May 24, 2018, 10:04:47 AM »
I can relate to you buddy. I bought a S7 after owning 4 htc's in the past. Piece of junk that Samsung. Just got myself a HTC U11 and it's the best phone yet.

Yes buy one

Samsung is sooo horrible. Didn't even mention this is my 3rd S8 and it just came out last summer haha. Is the U11 pretty durable and is it waterproof at all?
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HTC One / Re: Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Coudy on May 24, 2018, 10:04:31 AM »
I can relate to you buddy. I bought a S7 after owning 4 htc's in the past. Piece of junk that Samsung. Just got myself a HTC U11 and it's the best phone yet.

Yes buy one
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HTC One / Would you recommend the hTC?
« Last post by Raiden on May 24, 2018, 10:03:54 AM »
Plain as the title. I dropped $800 on the Galaxy S8 and it's complete junk - for being so-called water resistant, I haven't been able to charge it for the 4th night in 3 weeks now because of its built-in feature to prevent you from charging if it detects moisture. It's not that I go around dipping the thing in water, in fact, I haven't got a drop of water on it the last 3 weeks. When you buy a phone so crappy that it can't even charge, not only does it tell you you wasted a ton of money, but you need a new phone. I don't think I'll ever buy a Samsung product again. I've never had an HTC so I don't know what the 'best' one is to get. Should I wait until the new one comes out or buy an older one? I don't care that much about specs, so long as I get a phone that bloody works when I need it to. Thanks!
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HTC One / Re: Need help with htc m9
« Last post by Raiden on May 24, 2018, 10:02:53 AM »
Well thanks for the help,guess I will back up my data and do a factory rese
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HTC One / Re: Need help with htc m9
« Last post by Detonator on May 24, 2018, 10:02:37 AM »
Clear system cache partition on HTC M*:

    Power off.
    Power on holding volume down as well.
    Hold both power and volume down buttons until boot menu appears — let go of both buttons.
    Use volume buttons to change menu selection, power selects current one (so don't accidentally do factory reset too soon!)
    Use this boot menu to choose ‘reboot to recovery menu’ (erm, think that's the one)
    Phone will reboot to a red Android icon — if you leave this alone it eventually just reboots normally.
    While red icon visible, hold volume up and power buttons until new menu appears, then let go quickly.
    [Be careful here, I don't know if it's possible to accidentally factory reset because you're still holding the select-option power button as well as the change selection commune up button.]
    Again use volume buttons to choose ‘clear system cache partition’ (not data!) — including scary “can't be undone” warning!
    Watch it do it, then the menu is available again.
    Choose reboot.


alright I did it but it did not fix anything still the same problem :(.Factory reset it is

Ah well, it was worth a punt.

My M9 cocked itself up after a year, requiring a reset, but it did feel like a new phone afterwards.

Keep meaning to do it again…
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