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It is impossible. You can only use Sense UI on a ROM that incorporates it. To regain it you will either need to return to your stock HTC ROM or see if there are any other ROMS that support Sense.


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The service is not available yet for Android devices: Voice and video in Gmail only works with the newer version of Gmail in supported browsers: FF 2.0+, IE 6.0+, Safari 3.0+, and Google Chrome. However, it's likely they have something in the works. In the meantime, there are alternative services like Fring and QiK.


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While the logcat option recommended by Ryan of course is a valid possibility, it is not the most user-friendly solution. I've got a better idea :) Apps started automatically after boot registered for a certain event, called BOOT_COMPLETED. To do so, they need to request this permission (you find it under "more" on the playstore pages) called "Start after ...


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As of now I don't know of any Android phone capable of establishing 3G-324M Video calls. Android have some parts of 3G-324M implemented in the communications stack, but is far from being complete. All the android phones that can make “video calls” use Internet. Given the fact that carriers charge an “extra” for a video call using 3G-324M and that any ...


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This is now possible (May 2011): Check out the demonstration video. Note that this is available only for the Nexus S for now, but it should soon work for all Android 2.3 devices.


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You can back up your sd card to a PC by mounting it from the PC or over the network with a number of different syncing tools. This will not backup each application's state unless they specifically have exported configuration to the sd card. This will include all your pictures. You cannot back up application state (to a PC) without root. See the other ...


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Vanilla Android does not support Video calls via 3G-324M. But the Galaxy S, Galaxy S2 and maybe other seem to support it (via TouchWiz). At least I have a video call button in the default Galaxy S dialer, that does 3G Video calls.


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You may want to talk to your carrier about your phone or service because data is separate from voice (if you are not on a CDMA network). Voice is using GSM/UMTS and data is HSPA. Your data network usage should never interrupt your voice call, even if you use CDMA. The voice should take priority and stop the data usage to make the call. There is either an ...


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It depends on the device, and what you mean by "2.xx". Do you want A: stock Android? B: a ROM? C: a manufacturer-skinned stock image? I'm going to assume that the answer do the question above is D: Any of the above. I'm also going to assume that by "2.xx", you mean 2.3. There are a few general requirements that will need to be fulfilled for it to be ...


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Application: No, as for an application to do this, the answer is no since charging on an Android phone is done by its hardware! The software has nothing to do with the actual charging of the phone! (This is why your phone is able to charge even when the OS is powered down) Method: No, since the charging is not controlled by the software of your phone, ...


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You could use Tasker to make a beep or push a notification when battery level is ouside your safety boundaries, so you can take an action by yourself (ie. un/plug the charger). Go to developer website, where Tasker Userguide can help you to set that task, taking as context the State of your device. The following image shows an example of configuring ...


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While there is some merit in the reply from Audiophile; apps on an SDCard should not be lost. I had a similar problem after rooting a Samsung Exhibit 4g (T-sgh759); and while I found this thread I continued digging. The solution required removing the battery, then restarting; and voila! everything was visible from the phone on the card again. (I used the ...


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Doing a simple Google Search provides you with a list of How-Tos: How to Root HTC Incredible S How To Root Your HTC Incredible S How to Root HTC Incredible S All-in-One S-Off and Root Method for Incredible S Even video tutorials are found: Root Your HTC Incredible pt 1 Howto Unlock HTC Incredible S + CyanogenMod 7 Part 1 (part 2 and 3 are linked there) ...


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From what I can tell, this issue has been resolved with Gingerbread 2.3.5. I no longer have the issue with my device running Gingerbread 2.3.5 (actually i think CM7 is based on 2.3.7 now). From what I am seeing in the reported issue is other people are saying the same thing about it being fixed. I am not sure if your device has an update available or not ...


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I believe the 'search applications provider' has something to do with google's internal phone data / app search apk Either way: Have you tried going into: Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Google Search Choose 'Clear Data' and also 'Clear Cache'. Also there is an app in the list called: 'search applications provider' linky , if your really ...



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