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This functionality is available with the developer toolkit. The post is a bit old so newer versions of Android will have different icons and slightly different menus, but it walks you through getting the tools installed and then being able to capture screen-shots. Also the tutorial is for Windows, but it should work with any OS that you get the Android dev ...
Use ROM Manager to install this ROM from XDA. You need to have root. Otherwise just wait, I'm sure it won't be long till you get the OTA update since it was supposed to be released by all carriers yesterday.
Rockplayer has decoders built-in and can play divX files. AVI files are containers - you should also find out what codec has been used for the video. Use a utility like GSpot Codec Information Appliance on your PC to check. There's also yxPlayer but not too many satisfied users from what I hear although YMMV.
As long as none of the devices runs JellyBean (Android 4.1 and up), and it's just about those Angry Birds (as the comments suggest), take a look at AngryBirds Backup: As the screenshot shows, the app supports a variety of the AngryBirds games (I don't know if it's complete, as I'm no "gamer", but it looks pretty much). So use this app to backup your ...
It looks like your HBOOT needs to be upgraded to v1.02.0000 in order to use the HTCdev unlock method. The reason for this is that the Legend's bootloader did not originally ship with unlocking capabilities, so you need to upgrade to the version that added it. Unfortunately, the HTCdev site will give you an RUU to run, but since it's an .exe file it won't do ...
I've done sort of the reverse -- installed a US T-Mobile ROM to my T-Mobile phone while I had it on the Canadian Rogers network. Since the Legend is also a GSM phone like my Vibrant, I would expect yours to work just as well as mine did. Just make sure you have your SIM card in for the whole process.
I know this question has been answered already but if someone else comes looking for Android video players here is an article on MakeUseOf that lists 8 of the "best" video players for Android: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/8-mobile-video-players-android-phone/
There are a lot of alternative keyboards available on the playstore, which register as separate IMEs. One example I found is LIME HD Chinese IME1, another one Cantonese keyboard2: There are several more available (the developer of the second keyboard offers some other variants as well), many are linked on these apps' playstore pages.
Look for applications that use ffmpeg. It is something like an alternative set of codecs, and it handles quite a lot formats. If I recall correctly, I used VitalPlayer once to play a Matroska file -- something which is not normally possible to do on my phone. But it seems there are more programs that use this library.
I don't have a Legend, nor HTC, but some googling turned these out: http://androidforums.com/htc-droid-eris/59163-process-com-htc-bg-has-stopped-unexpectedly-please-try-again-wtf.html http://www.incredibleforum.com/forum/htc-incredible-help/224-error-message-com-htc-bg.html apparently it's related to Facebook Sync.
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