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You just need to adjust the brightness again, and the problem solved.


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PrimoU RUU This is about the most complete set of PrimoU RUU's I could find. There is also OTA's as well. Can't answer on the boot looping without further details


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The HTC Desire P does not support AT&T's 3G frequency bands. Its antennas support the 900 and 2100 MHz frequencies, whereas AT&T has deployed 3G on the 850 and 1900 MHz bands. You cannot use your phone on AT&T's 3G network. If you want to determine if another device would be compatible, you may wish to look at Can I use my device on a different ...


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I too had the same problem with my htc desire 820.. at last i found the solution for solvin it go to Setting----> Call ----> Slot 1 settings/slot 2 settings----->Cell broad casting... Turn off it...


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Open menu and select call . Open the call setting and select SIM 1 or 2 setting. And open gsm call setting. And uncheck cell broadcast options. Your problem is solved.


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As per TheFutureIsWild: Doing a RESTART (not turning off and on) fixed the problem. Also make sure you have a USB data cable, not just a charging one.


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I have identified same problem with the stock firmware 4.4.4 even after a factory reset. This seems to be an issue with the stock ROM. Other info: I contacted HTC. First I was told that my phone would be replaced, now I am told it is a known issue and they are working on it. But I have found very few reports of this problem online. I would think that it ...


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A Solution On reflection, my thoughts were 1) this seems like a software problem, possibly malware of unknown origin and 2) it seems to be interrupting the power-cycling of the phone. Therefore, before committing to sending the phone out to either HTC or Vodafone to look at, i tried my own hard-reset of the phone. Without access to remove the battery, i ...


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Unfortunately, on the stock HTC keyboard, you cannot turn off auto-capitalization. Consider Google Keyboard, which gives better customization options.


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Connect your device to your computer using the USB cable provided. Then make sure you unlock the device before attempting to access folders/files.


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Download Titanium Backup, it can backup and restore all your apps, whatsapp included. If you want you can also install a custom recovery like twrp to backup the entire device memory and firmware



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